'Once Upon A Time' seems like the only fitting way to begin as I got immersed in a Disney Princess themed wedding. From the moment I walked in the door and seeing the flower girl captivated watching 'Tangled' to the the sweetheart table and cake adorned with Rapunzel. AnnMarie has Cinderella’s unfailing belief that everything will work out, and this day her fairy tale dream came true.
A tear trickled down the grooms face as his radiant bride emerged, on the arm of her father, and made her way into Scott's arms. Sparkling in a rhinestone encrusted ball gown-style dress, accented with crystal necklace and earrings and wearing her sister's 'borrowed' veil AnnMarie walked down the aisle of the grand St. Joseph's Cathedral. Together she and Scott united in faith, prayer and holy matrimony; surrounded by loving friends and family.
Before heading to the reception venue to celebrate and dance the night away, we stopped at pituresque Stevens-Coolidge Place, to revisit the place where Scott proposed. The last hour on sunlight enveloped the couple as they enjoyed the new feeling of husband and wife.
Like a true Disney Princess, AnnMarie was whisked around the floor, dancing a Vienesse Waltz to Man and Wife by Michelle Featherstone under a sea of paper lanterns. Each table named after a Disney Princess Movie and the cake, make by the bride's sister was topped with princess wishes.
I cannot say it any better than Rapunzel, "You don't really need someone to complete you. You only need someone to accept you completely." Wishing you both 'Happiness Ever After!'
Dress designer: Justin Alexander
Alterations by: Laurie Buehler from the Straight Stitch in Merrimack, NH
Flowers by: Susanne's Weddings in Hampstead, NH
Hair by: Lorri Holland of Cassandra's Hair Salon in Nashua, NH
Make up by: Bridesmaid, Tracy Dijulia
Cake by: Sister & Maid of Honor, Mary McGrotty
First Dance choreographed by Raymond Huard of PaperMoon Dance
Video by: Jeff Proia
DJ: Rick Eccleston