TC Wedding: S+J

 Meet Steph and Justin - are they not adorable? {Yep - totally stole this from facebook!}

I seriously don't know where to begin with this wedding! I worked with Steph and her mom most of the time and it was just such a pleasure. With Steph and Justin in Chicago and her mom in Philadelphia we had our share of challenges - but I've got to say everything came together beautifully. I've been excited for this event for months now and I'm so happy with how it turned out!

I can't say how much I adore the vendors - they totally rocked it out. Oh forget it...I'm just going to let my {not so} fabulous shots speak for themselves. First, meet the 'dream team' as Steph called it. Me? I think I'm going to refer to us as a triple threat. I LOVE working with these ladies!!{and Ted!!}

Photography: The one and only Kortnee Kate
Florist: The one and only Courtenay Lambert

I'll list the rest under their work...
Catering: Jeff Thomas {their staff is so professional and helpful - just a joy to work with}
Location: French House at French Park

I got this idea for the aisle from one of my favorite blogs, The Treasured
Petal - Court's team made it happen! Check out that arch. Loooove!

Amazing paper products from the talented Kristen @ Poeme {rumor is the invite will be in the knot!}

Scrumptious cupcakes from A Spoon Fulla Sugar

Lighting by goodwin lighting - the gobo was in the front entrance of the house
Linens from Sphire Elegance - phenomenal prices and great people

Lounge furniture from Accent on Cincinnati

Can't wait to see the images Kortnee captured. I saw a few on the little camera screen and swooned right then and there. Someone's going to have to hold me up when the final ones are done! Lots of love to the families and our awesome crew. We're so lucky to get to work with people like you!! MWAH!
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