For the love of Scrabble (and lace)
Steve proposed to Sheila by writing “MARRYME” on the Scrabble board during a vacation Scrabble game. It seemed only fitting that they would incorporate scrabble tiles into the details of their fall wedding. This along with lace, gold ribbon and a perfect venue gave this wedding an amazing vintage charm. Their Save the Date cards were a nice preview of what guests could expect on the day of.
Sheila was stunning in this elegant wedding gown. It featured a lace overlay over champagne colored silk. She paired it with a lace fringed veil, which when coupled with the dress’s (almost) cathedral length train, gave her a timeless look.
The bride chose a fun purple shoe to match her bridesmaids dresses and the overall wedding color scheme. I love this look!
The flowers showcased a variety of blooms in the purple family, with bits of dark blues and pops of white. They were wrapped in gold ribbon that matched the bridesmaid’s shoes perfectly and gave them just another layer of “pop”.
This sign was hand-painted by Sheila’s mother and greeted guests as they entered the reception venue. The Milton Hoosic Club was the perfect place for this vintage inspired wedding.
Sheila work tirelessly on many of the details for the wedding. The ceremony programs, card box, escort cards and table numbers were all handmade with love. The favors were purchased, but wrapped and put in these specially designed crates.
After a few pictures the bride and groom were ready to dance!
Sheila and Steve enjoyed their first dance surrounded by family and friends. Early in the planning the couple was having a hard time deciding on a song, so Sheila decided to let Steve surprise her with the song pick. The reception continued late into the night with lots of dancing and celebrating.
Cheers to Sheila and Steve!
All images copyright of Nicole Montmarquet Photography