We spent a lot of time getting to know Meghan and Paul, along with their mothers, over several meetings before the wedding. This is a TIGHT family–which I love–because we know from experience that the family that plans together parties together. And I was right!
Meghan grinned from ear to ear from the time she glided into the Terrace ballroom until the time she strolled out. The tables were gorgeous; instead of floral centerpieces, Meghan and Paul opted for smoked glass candle holders of different heights that cast a lovely glow over the room. The bridesmaids dressed in red, matching the napkins on the tables.
Megan and Mike, one of our couples who got married last February, were guests at the wedding. We were so excited to see them again that we slipped in their wedding song, “Everything” by Lifehouse, at the end of dinner.
We set a new record with the Anniversary Dance–the couple who’d been married the longest had just celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary. The guests erupted into applause as they finished Alan Jackson’s “Remember When” all by themselves on the dance floor.
Paul’s mother led the charge in the Zorba, a Greek circle dance. And there was such energy for “Livin’ On a Prayer” by Bon Jovi!
Photos by Myles Studio