Tell me ELD readers, what were your initial thoughts when you read the title of this wedding? You knew it was going to be a feast for your eyes, didn’t you? And there’s more. The wedding took place in a historic house that serves tea most afternoons. Wait until you see it–it’s so lovely and quaint! One of our ELV photographers, D’Avello Photography, did a great job capturing all the black and white details of this wedding and they scored some really beautiful shots of the bride, Leslie, with whom we have a little interview as well!
What (or who) helped you most in your planning process and/or on your wedding day?
My best friend Heather. I don’t know what I would have done without her.
What was the most important thing to you when deciding who to work with for your wedding?
Quality and theme.
Did any of your vendors do anything special for you before, on, or after your wedding day that you would like to share?
Collette’s Catering made everything look wonderful from beginning to end! D’Avello Photography made us a special gift book and worked with our budget.
What was your favorite thing about your wedding?
The hundreds of buttons going down the back of the dress.
What is your best piece of advice for other brides?
Make sure you realize that nothing is perfect, but with lots of planning and time you will have a day you and your new husband will NEVER forget.
Thanks to Leslie for sharing and to D’Avello Photography for all these beautiful images. Seriously, how about that last shot? Gorgeous, right?
There really is something about black and white. It’s so classic yet so versatile. I love how this couple included it in their 1940s theme. Which actually brings me to my next question–what do you all think about themed weddings?
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