A Firecracker Wedding | Event Photography

July 05, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Rain + Wedding = Many Years of Wedded Bliss

One of my favorite holidays is July 4th. Fireworks, BBQs, parades, and time spent with family, what's not to love? In addition to all the typical 4th of July festivities, I also had the privilege of attending a wedding. Hine and Jeff had an intimate wedding planned with only parents and close friends attending the ceremony and a small reception at Alfred's Victorian. Unfortunately Mother Nature decided to have her own plans - a hurricane. With a hurricane traveling up the east coast, that meant possible rain, wind, and mugginess. All of which is not great for hair and makeup on a wedding day! Even though the curls fell out of Hine's hair and the rain started to fall mid-way through the reception, Jeff and Hine made the best of their special day and enjoyed every minute. If rain means good luck on your wedding day, this couple is going to have many, many years of wedded bliss.

Everything was perfect at the reception at Alfred's Victorian. Held in the Burgundy room with plenty of bottles of bubbly and a menu full of decadent food, this was going to be a grand affair. The gorgeous almond flavored wedding cake and beautiful red roses were provided by Jeff's mother, Joan. This day was extra special for Jeff's parents. Not only were they celebrating their son's marriage, but they were going to be celebrating 51 years of wedding bliss in the coming week! Hine and Jeff had their own lucky charms with them! 

Even though it was a small wedding, the room was filled with so much love! Congratulations to Hine and Jeff! Enjoy the photographs from their beautiful day. 

 

Newlyweds standing in front of their Wedding Reception Venue with a Red UmbrellaWedded Bliss Wedding rings and bouquetWine and Wedding Bands Wedding Cake in The Burgundy RoomWedding Cake

Cutting the Wedding CakeCutting the Cake Smashing the Cake

 

Newlyweds with their Parents51 Years of Marriage

 


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