Welcome to the my final wedding blog from 2015! Gotta love going out on a high note! These two were so much fun. Quick summary of random stuff: Emily’s mom was smiling through happy tears all day long. Ryan’s mom participated in a pretty kick ass choreographed dance. The whole wedding party humored me by hiking into a forest at a pretty steep incline. Ryan had a Captain America wedding ring. The wedding party quickly learned at if they waved at passing cars they would get honked at (and thus set a record number of wedding day honks.) Emily and Ryan had matching custom Chucks for the reception. Their wedding officiant believes everyone should do a shot when they sign the marriage license (so they did.) One of these two collects rubber duckies, so it was only fitting that the cake topper consisted of bride and groom rubber duckies. All of the groomsmen had superhero shirts under their tuxedos. I mean seriously people, awesome way to wrap up the year am I right?!
So now that I’ve basically told you what you can expect to see below, I will leave you to it. Starting with the coolest ring ever. Enjoy!
I got to see a lot of Emily Miller this year! Which means it was a good one. ;)
I think this was a “Yay it zipped!” cheer. Or it had something to do with deodorant. Either is entirely possible.
Now that Emily is all beautified and ready to head to the church, time to visit Ryan and the guys!
Love this. You are such a ham Ryan. I’ve never had a groom go full on James Bond before and then crack himself up.
Graham Chapel at Washington University.
So many smiles…
…and a few smiley tears.
Off to the forest!
My personal favorites. Pretty light through the trees!
Quick little stadium stop…
Followed by our superheros defending civil liberties!
And one last quick little after sunset stop off at City Garden to get a quick arch view.
Palladium! Such a unique and pretty venue with a little added something from Table 10 Events.
And pretty petals from the crazy talented Lisa Molitor at Belli Fiori.
Rubber ducky cake toppers!
These two SERIOUSLY broke it down…in heels no less. Impressive!
Fun in the Photobooth with Fish Eye Fun!
I can’t think of a better way to wrap up a year of weddings! I had such a great time with you guys and wish you the best for years to come! With love, Liz
Planner : Simcha’s Events
Ceremony venue : Graham Chapel
Reception venue : Palladium
Officiant : Kevin Seltzer
Florist : Belli Fiori
Cake : Sugaree Baking Co.
Paper goods : M. Haley Design
Linen : Connie Duglin
Hair & Makeup : Emily Miller
Tuxes : Vera Wang from Men’s Wearhouse
L Photographie St. Louis Wedding Photographers