An eclectic merging of fall and artistry set the tone as musical notes adorned the paper flowers made from sheet music on the tables in the Madbury room of Rachel and Jeffrey's wedding venue. And this was only the beginning of the sentimental personalization this couple brought to their wedding day. Who would have thought that meeting your soul mate at a small Liberal Arts college would later determine the claret and leopard print color scheme of their wedding as they celebrate their school colors. Rachel looked elegant as she walked down the aisle in her leopard print shoes and lace over-laid strapless dress, to a recording of my late grandmother playing the cello. And what is fall without maple syrup? In keeping with the fall feel, the newlyweds left maple leaf shaped bottles of maple syrup for their guests. Rachel and Jeffrey's day was filled with love and happiness from beginning to end.
I wish you both all the best as you continue on this new journey together. Congratulations!
Venue - Three Chimneys Inn
Officiant - John Scuto
Floral Design - The Flower Room
Hair - Wingate Spa (Tony)
Make-up - Wingate Spa (Emily)
DJ - James McNally from Fred Pappalardo DJ
Cake - Jacques Pastries
Wedding Gown by Galina