Look at me getting all caught up on wedding blogging! Well, almost. I still have several more weddings to share with you – my goal is to try to get all caught up before we start our 2011 wedding season, which means I just have a few weeks left. Today, I’m excited to share some of our favorites from Jessica & Matt’s wedding at the Pine Knob Carriage House. This was our first time working at the Carriage House, though we’ve had the pleasure of working at the Mansion a few times now. Jessica & Matt were a delight to work with and we are looking forward to creating a beautiful album for them.
The only thing better than one beautiful dress is TWO beautiful dresses! I also LOVED her regal purple shoes. Purple is one of my favorite colors.
Jessica & Matt exchanged gifts before their ceremony.
The image below is one of my favorites. Jessica’s dad was so excited and was all smiles all day.
Here’s Matt showing off his gift from Jessica – a Flip mino HD.
Another one of my favorites! How cute are Jessica’s parents waving goodbye to her as she heads off to church?
The ceremony was held at the Clarkston Community Church.
I absolutely adored Jessica’s pink and purple bouquet of peonies and anemones. I love when brides choose bright, colorful bouquets. This one was especially glorious.
In honor of Jessica’s Chinese heritage, the couple hosted a tea ceremony at the beginning of their reception. Jessica changed into a traditional Chinese gown – and Matt celebrated his heritage by wearing a kilt in his family’s plaid. They both looked incredible!
Matt’s kilt really blew me away. The details were amazing. He was one sharp looking groom!
Jessica & Matt – THANK YOU so much for choosing us to document your day. Your wedding was absolutely wonderful and we enjoyed every minute. We wish you the best as you start your new life in Indianapolis!
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