Congrats to Kathy and Peter, a romantic summer Pinecroft wedding

If this wedding looks like it danced right out of a heart warming movie it could be because Kathy loves the Sound of Music. Her beautiful gown with soft tulle looked like she was floating.The cathedral length veil along with her floral crown and long walk down St. Xavier’s aisle reminded me of the famous wedding scene. Every detail was just stunning. And Peter with his big grins all day – his happiness was infectious! He helped the guys with their bowties and had so much fun with the blue blocker sunglasses. When I asked the Bride about one of her favorite moments she said it was in the limo ride after the ceremony. “All stress was gone and I was sitting next to my new husband and all of my favorite people.” During the reception the couple impressed us with a swing dance to “I want to hold your hand” by the Beatles. Kathy also loved her dance with her dad. “We practiced so much and I think it went well.” You know when the white gloves come out there is something fun in store. They used the song when Maria and the Captain danced together! Peter jumped from his seat and the roar of the crowd went wild at the end! After the big events the dance floor was packed and everyone enjoyed the band. It was a wonderful day full of so much joy. Kathy and Peter – thank you for trusting us to capture the story of your day. Your smiles say it all!

Also a big hug and love to all of the wonderful wedding professionals who made everything picture perfect! I know it was a ton of work behind the scenes but it was flawless!

St. Xavier Church, Mark Bailey musician, Father Gamber
The Pinecroft at Crosley Estate
Funky’s Catering Events
Carrie Karibo Bridal (wedding dress and veil- with custom length extension)
Maura Bausman Events, a special thank you to Heidi, Heather and Ashley on the day of the wedding and before the day: Hadley and Maura
The Bonbonerie
Floral Verde
Johnny Clueless
All Occasions Event Rental
Happy Kamper Films
Picture Perfect Photobooth
M. Hopple in Kenwood
Your first Dance by Bud Walters

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