July 16,2010
Friday

Spring (and love) is in the Air {Leslie + Steve}



There were so many personal family moments that made the wedding of Leslie and Steve an amazing celebration for all who attended. 



The bride and groom chose to get ready at their reception venue, The Fairfax at Embassy Row.  While the groom hung out with his groomsmen, the bride and her bridal party were primped by the very talented hairstylist, Diane of Hair by Diane and makeup artist, Lisa Martindale.  

Once makeup and hair were done, the bride slipped into her beautiful dress and fun shoes that had “I Do” on the soles.  

After some pictures around the classic car, the groomsmen headed over to Georgetown Epiphany Catholic Church to get tucked away before the bride arrived.  All video of the emotional ceremony was taken by Dennise of Timeless Memories.
With a color palette of chocolate brown paired with green and shades of pink, none of the details were overlooked, including programs, bridesmaid dresses, favor boxes and menu cards.
The bride and groom left the church amid a cloud of bubbles (one of our favorite photo ops)!



Photos were taken in the garden outside of the church by the creative Rodney Bailey, and then everyone headed back to The Fairfax for cocktails, dinner and dancing.  Upon arriving, guests were treated to the bride’s favorite cocktail, a mojito.

The beautiful floral decor was created by Petal’s EdgeEven before dinner was served, the guests had filled the dance floor and were even dancing next to their tables.  You could tell already this was going to be a partying crowd!  Philadelphia’s Tribeca Grand Band was so amazing the bride’s father decided to extend the party as late as they could go.      


When guests needed a little sugar rush get back out on the dance floor, they nibbled on wedding cake designed by Lara of Fluffy Thoughts and a large dessert buffet provided by The Fairfax.


Thank you to everyone who helped with this wedding to make it a success!

Congratulations Leslie and Steve!

Christine

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