Margaret and Brian met as math teachers at Washingtonville school, united by their love for numbers. It was only right that their marriage should celebrate the blossoming of that mutual love. Their tables were playfully named after fractals: Koch Snowflake, Julia Set, Dragon Curve. The Best Man’s speech was filled with masterful mathematical puns that kept the guests in stitches.
THE DETAILS: Floral arrangements of lavender tulips at each table with matching napkins on gold and cream linens, all of which looked stunning against the gold backdrop of the Dutchess Manor’s ballroom. The bridesmaids wore lavender dresses. Guests were treated to wedding favors of mini chocolate Easter baskets.
Margaret looked amazing! I loved her choice of “something blue,” blue topaz earrings and a matching necklace.
Brian’s mother shared a dance with all three of her sons, enjoying every moment and singing along to “Beautiful Boy” performed by Celine Dion.
It was wonderful to visit our friends at the Dutchess Manor once again and work with Lou and Lea of Bedinotti Photo, who snuck the newlyweds out for a quick sunset shot against the gorgeous orange pink sky.
If ever there was a weekend of purple passion, it was this one. Jeff and I were thrilled to be a part of it!
Photos by Bedinotti Photo