What does your dream wedding look like? Can you see, hear, and taste every detail of it? Does it include a plastic foot brace instead of a glamorous pair of Jimmy Choos? Probably not. Well rather then feeling defeated by her untimely foot injury Liz, our next bride, made the best of a tough situation. She and her now husband, Greg, put together their rhythm and recovery wedding which included a bedazzled boot for her and live performances from Greg and his band through out the day.
This adorable couple’s ability to turn lemons into lemonade is something we truly admire. If you are like us, and would like to see more of their special day be sure to take a look a the full gallery. This gorgeous day was captured beautifully by Casey Fatchett Photography.
So many of our brides have said that the best advice they could give is to just roll with the punches and not get too caught up in what might go wrong on your big day. Well our next bride, Liz, was certainly given a challenge to overcome when she broke her heal just before her wedding. We love that she chose to play up the clunky boot and bedazzle it rather then let it get her down. Now that’s the spirit!
Are you in need of a private, yet inexpensive venue as the setting for your perfect wedding day? The, we recommend taking a look at The Warfield House. Their pavilion sits at the top of Warfield mountain overlooking the foothills of the Berkshires. The breath-taking views and spectacular sun rises making this an ideal location for a stunningly memorable celebration.
Their charming ceremony started off with Greg, a musician, serenading Liz as she walked down the aisle. How sweet! Pretty much the most romantic thing ever!
We just can’t get enough of the gorgeous florals that Greg and Liz had throughout their big day. Created by Susie Agrillo, of Susie Agrillo Events and Design, she enjoyed being part of an experience that brought people together in a way they’ll never forget. Trust us Susie, you have made an impression on us. She can add beautiful decor (especially flowers) and style to your event along with flawless logistics, making sure everything runs smoothly.
To cap off this fabulous wedding, The Cupcake Cafe provided some amazing looking desserts. They promise to prepare the most delicious cupcakes, and cakes, with exceptional detail. They take the time to know you as a couple and to represent you through your display, as you truly are. The night developed into quite the party as Greg and his band, Greg Smith and the Broken English, rocked out with all of their wedding guest.
Photographer: Casey Fatchett Photography
Venue: The Warfield House
Hair: Christi Grail of The Firefly Salon
Cake: Cupcake Cafe
Caterer: Special Request Catering
Cinematography: Dylan Tuccillo
Dress Designer: Galina for David's Bridal
Flowers: Susie Agrillo Events and Design
Groom's Attire: James/Sharp for Hugo Boss
Jewelry: Satomi Kawakita Jewelry
Band: Greg Smith and the Broken English
Signage and Program: Aaron Webber