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May 9th: Sheldon & Victoria

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Wow what a fabulous day! Sheldon and Victoria were married on May 9th at Blue Meadow’s and their reception was also held.  It was an absolutely gorgeous facility, and the day held out fairly well for the wedding. Victoria’s uncle built the stage and gazebo especially for the wedding in her wedding colors of brown and cream (rustic theme).  Elegant Affairs Catering provided the fabulous  meal. The stunning yet simple cake was created by Sheldon’s very tallented sister. But the talent in the family didn’t stop there,  Sheldon was very creative in creating the beautiful candle holders constructed from basic logs creating a rustic and simple center pieces.

Victoria was adorn with Sheldon’s grandma’s pearls, which suited her very well. Her shoes were absolutly stunning as well, but alas I do not have a photo of them! Jaidyn, their very beautiful and adorable little girl, was in a cute little dress tied with a brown ribbon. She  was involved the in ceremony to celebrate them coming together as a family – a truly beautiful family! I can’t believe how much energy she put out near the end of the night parting harder than most of the adults! Moby Disk provided the music and entertainment that kept the couple and their guests on the dance floor till close!

Sheldon and Victoria couldn’t stop gleaming with huge smiles! They are a truely beautiful and loving couple that deserve the very best, and I wish them all the happiness in the world that they truly deserve!

Couple:  Sheldon & Victoria
Wedding Date: May 9
Wedding Coordinator: A Modern Proposal
Photographer:  Sean
Florist:  Michael’s
Ceremony Venue:  Blue Meadows
Officiant:  Geffory
Ceremony Musicians:  Moby Disk
Wedding Cake:  Lyndsy
DJ:  Moby Disk
Rentals:  Sutton Hotel

 The following photos were taken by myself, and the photographer’s photos will follow shortly!

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elizabeth - May 10, 2009 - 3:20 pm

Beautiful wedding!

Sheldon & Tori - May 12, 2009 - 6:35 am

hey julie, just wanted to say a big thanks for everything you did to make our day perfect. you were absolutely spectacular in helping us prepare for the BIG DAY….we really couldn’t have done it without you and we look forward to seeing you when we get home!

thanks again from the bottom of our hearts
Mr. & Mrs. Setter (Sheldon & Tori)

etsy finds

Two more fabulous finds on etsy! How about these beautiful stars? You could use them in center piece by hanging them from tree branches. Or how about strung from the ceiling??

 

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And what a beautiful ring pillow, it’s just fabulous. The color is so beautiful and soft, it would make an elegant touch to your special day!

 

ring pillow; stars

in front of the camera…

Two weekends ago I met up with Haley and Michael from Shandro Photo to get the first hand experience. They took a few photos of myself and my husband. They were so much fun to work with and extremely creative! I can hardly wait to work with them again in September!

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Sheri colautti - April 29, 2009 - 8:25 pm

Love the photos…t oo cute!

elizabeth - May 6, 2009 - 10:49 pm

You guys are adorable!!

eco friendly

Having an eco friendly wedding doesn’t mean spending more money it can actually save you some money, you just have to be a little more creative and think things through. Here are a few eco friendly suggestions:

* Use planted flowers for center pieces the guests can take them home as favors

* Use recycled or plant-able paper for invitations and stationary

* Have your wedding ceremony & reception outside during the day – no electricity used

* Buy your dress second hand or use your mom’s

* Have the bridesmaids/groomsmen wear dresses/suits they already have

* For favors give trees or seeds, make a donation in lieu of favors

* Serve organic food

* Use the flowers from your ceremony at your reception instead of buying more

* Use locally grown flowers from a garden instead of the ones imported from Africa

* Offset your guests’ carbon consumption (from the traveling they have done by coming to your wedding) by donation

* Don’t use flowers but make them from clay or buttons

* Use buses to transport guests/wedding party or event bikes instead of SUVs or Limos

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