Through a strange twist of fate, this couple heard about us because Paul, the groom, moved his glass blowing business into our original studio after we left. He said if artists like us could thrive in that location, it must be a good space. He is now a nationally acclaimed glass artist himself, so he must have been onto something!
The two main factors that set the tone for a wedding are location and people. Jaime and Paul’s wedding was home to a fantastic blend of both. Immanuel Presbyterian offered many unique opportunities with all of its nooks and crannies. The folks they selected to either stand up with them or be a part of the general crowd of celebrants were some of the most genuine I’ve had the pleasure of spending time with. There are some weddings where the conversations are poignant and the exchanges are memorable. This was one of them.
Best wishes to Jamie and Paul from the Front Room Family! 🙂
Front Room Favorites:
-Paper Fortune Tellers on the tables at the reception…a super simple and fun way to keep guests entertained during down times and a way to spur on some fun conversations!
-We loved that Jamie had both girls and guys with her in the morning while getting ready. The morning preparation time is so special and should include all the people who are most important to you!
Ceremony: Immanuel Presbyterian Church
Reception: Italian Community Center
First Dance Song: Naive Melody – Talking Heads
Brides Gown: Simone Carvalli
Bridesmaid Dresses: Betsy & Adam
Entertainment: DJ Madhatter, DJ Dion, Dan Doormouse, Jazz Trio
Cake: Aggie’s Cakes