Spotted: Stephanie Crona, one of our fabulous Florida Chicks, was featured on Style Me Pretty. Kudos to Stephanie on transforming Clearwater Rec Center into a very romantic, pretty, white and light venue! And, as always, thank you to Divine Light Photography for capturing the moments perfectly. Check out more of Stephanie’s wedding on Style M ...
What do you do when the darling of Atlanta’s event scene has an outdoor wedding during the rainiest summer Georgia’s ever seen? You put up a gorgeous tent, fill it with drapery and the best vendors that the city has to offer! Sheena Koger Vollmer of Quest Drapery was given the Rising Star Allie Award just two weeks before her summer wedding ...
When this Minnesota couple decided to exchange nuptials on the beach, the search for the perfect venue began. After seeing the terrace at the Ritz Carlton Beach Club in Sarasota, they were sold! The bride’s vision was crystal clear. She wanted a stylish seaside event and she had only one rule… no cliché beach décor!
Kara and Ryan’s heartfelt ...
Today’s real wedding, captured by the super talented Abby Jiu, is one of our favorite from last year and is featured in the newest issue of Washingtonian Bride and Groom Magazine.
Ally and Jeff had a sweet love story that started in the charming town of St. Michael’s Maryland, set along the Chesapeake Bay. They selected the Chesapeake B ...
Jessica and Jimmy were literally just the sweetest couple ever and we just loved working with them! We were so excited when, after a long search, we chose the amazing new space, Oxford Exchange in Tampa and it turns out that Jessica and Jimmy’s wedding would be the very first to take place in this fabulous new venue! Family and friends are to ...
Kerry and Nick exchanged nuptials at St. Elizabeth Hungary in downtown Denver, a historic church constructed in the late 1800′s. Opting for a very traditional and romantic wedding, Kerry’s venue of choice also had history. Not only is the Denver Country Club the oldest club west of the Mississippi, but her parents had been members since ...
It is no surprise that we love to showcase our clients’ weddings. What we love even more is to share their love story. Sarah and Matthew met while attending the University of Florida. Sarah was 19, a sophomore, and Matt was 21, a senior. Introduced by a friend, Matt remembers seeing Sarah at a party where she was apparently wearing cowboy b ...
Wanda and Josh met their match….on Match.com! Wanda envisioned an icy color palette of Tiffany blue, cobalt blue and grey for modern winter wedding. After what Wanda and Josh thought was the perfect venue fell through we found something even better, Lincoln Restaurant in DC. We created a wintery wonderland that combined Josh’s simple rustic taste w ...
Lindsay and Bob’s October wedding was traditional in all of the best possible ways. Their ceremony was held at the beautiful Our Lady of Victory Chapel, where the bride’s parents were married, and the reception took place at the timeless Minikahda Club. Lindsay’s impeccable taste led to a wedding that was elegant and classic with ...
We have another beautiful to show you today that took place at Miami Beach with guests from 7 different countries. Annie and Matias met while the Annie was studying abroad in Argentina. She wanted to learn the language and about the culture and met her prince charming while she was there. What a dream come true! The wedding location at Indian Cree ...
Today we have a sweet sweet wedding for you, with a couple filled with love for each other. Sara and Pat’s wedding was filled with devotion and celebration for each other and it all started when they met on the Marshall Islands. Because of the beauty, brightness and simplicity of the islands, Sara wanted to bring that to her wedding as well. ...
Today we have a little Georgia wedding that is traditional elegance at its finest! It has all the timeless elegant elements and a bright red lipstick-wearing bride to top it all off. This wonderful duo, Amanda and Bryan, met in one of the most darling ways…on a Safari! It was great because they both loved travel so in the brides words ...
We have a bright and beautiful wedding to show you today with one of our favorite color schemes, Fushia and Navy! Mary knew as soon as Andrew proposed, she wanted to have the wedding in Florida, especially the Don Cesar Hotel. Her parents have a house on Indian rocks beach just a few miles down from the Don Cesar and it has been her dream wedding ...
Beautiful details, Labradors and a joyful couple make up this wonderful Real Wedding of Laura and Michael.They are both doctors and they met through their adorable golden Labradors! They married at the historic Renaissance Vinoy Hotel because they are members of the private club and it had a lot of history with in the family because Michael’s ...
Glam, glitz and a lot of love, one of our Minneapolis couples, Heather and Derek had a special day filled with a lot of special details. One of them is to die for…. a stop motion film of the whole day by Erica Loeks. We can’t stop watching it…it’s too cute! Heather and Derek are a special couple that had fate written all ove ...
We have a fabulous wedding that we did in Maryland for you today. We just love the muted pinks and silvers and soft touches of color throughout the whole soiree. Michael and Katie just loved the outdoors and once they saw the Woodend, they knew it was perfect. Their vision for their wedding was more than a vision it was a feeling, therefore, we jus ...
As soon as Laura and Grant booked us we have been extremely excited for their wedding. Why? Not only was it going to be filled with marvelous details but it was taking place on a private island in the Bahamas. A private island 48 miles from Miami in the Bahamas surrounded by cool calming clear water, known as Cat Cay. It was an epic journey that al ...
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March 7th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
Kassia & Adam’s Apple Orchard wedding was a casual affair complete with a blue grass band, cowgirl boots and corn hole. Instead of having a traditional cocktail hour after the ceremony Kassia & Adam opted to have cocktail hour before their ceremony! This gave the couple a chance to mingle and greet their guests before they got into the festivities.
After Kassie & Adam tied the knot under a beautiful tree they sat down to dinner with their guests at one long farm table nestled in between two apple orchards. After dinner guests were escorted to the barn where they listened to the blue grass band, danced, and relaxed around the fire pit.
Venue: Ya Ya Apple Orchard
Florist: Fiori Flowers
Photographer: Sarah Box Photography
Hotel: St. Julien & Boulder Marriott
Caterer: Spice of Life Catering
Restrooms: S & B Porta-Bowl
Lighting: Lighting by Scott
Planner: Nicole English – Table 6 Productions Colorado
March 5th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
“One piece of advice for a bride on her wedding day”
My advice for a bride on her wedding day is to take is moment by moment, enjoy your first look, first dance, cutting cake because the day really does flash before your eyes and if you don’t sit back and soak it all in, it will be over before you know it.
My biggest piece of advice for a bride is to hire a professional hair and makeup artist. Even though you think you can do your own, a professional knows how to apply makeup in a way that works best for professional photography. A professional artist also takes the stress off of you that morning. Besides, every bride deserves to be pampered on her wedding day!
Feel beautiful! Seriously, don’t critique yourself AT ALL on your wedding day! I know that as women this is very hard for us to do but every bride deserves to feel like the most beautiful girl in the world on her wedding day. As the bride, let yourself be pampered and feel like a princess! If you are a family or friend of the bride, make her feel special and glamorous. Take care of her on her special day as she will remember it always. Lastly, breathe because your fabulous Table 6 Productions Wedding Planner has it all under control!!!
Go big! It’s your once chance in life to have this fabulous experience with all of your friends and family around you so get yourself the big ball gown, tease your hair, invite everyone you know and party all night long to the biggest band that you can get! (Sidebar: I once took a quiz asking what state I belong in and can you believe that I got Texas?!)
Try not to sweat the small stuff. Hopefully the bride has hired a planner, and can let them do their job, so she can enjoy her family and friends, getting ready, getting married and an amazing party! Too many brides try to focus on things that are not important in the big picture, or try to micromanage things that aren’t controllable. Rather, she should let go, and enjoy, and trust the professionals she has hired. The day goes by SO FAST and you do not want to look back wishing you had relaxed and had fun! Can’t do it over!
Make time to sit down and share a moment with your parents.
Make sure you leave plenty of time for hair & makeup the day of! The last thing you want is to feel rushed while you are suppose to be relaxing, having a mimosa and getting pampered up for your big day.
I think getting a massage the morning of your wedding makes a huge difference. It not only relaxes your muscles but it also relaxes your mind so you can start your day calm and peaceful.
February 28th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
We are thrilled that Elizabeth and Mark’s Don CeSar wedding was featured on Every Last Detail. This gorgeous pink and green wedding is the perfect way to get us in the mood for warmer weather! View the full album here.
Planner – Jackie Ross, Table 6 Productions Florida
Venue – Don CeSar Beach Resort
Photographer – Kristen Weaver Photography
Floral Designer – Botanica
DJ – RJ Vida
Uplighting – The Production Crew
Linens – La Tavola
Bridal Salon – Boulder Bridal
Rentals – Signature Events
Hair & Makeup – LuisaV Bridal
Day-of Stationery – Luxe Creative Design
February 26th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
“Favorite Shoe Designer?”
While I have an affinity for shoes in general, my favorite are ones made by Italian designer, Giuseppe Zanotti. His designs are sleek with a pop of unexpected color or pattern. I fall in love every season…
Well, my favorite shoe designer is Jimmy Choo.
My favorite shoe designer is definitely Pelle Moda. Because I am 5’2″, I am always looking for a shoe with a tall, sleek heel and a decent size platform for support, but not too high that I look like I am trying to be 21 again! Pelle Moda is also very cutting edge and stays on top of the trends so if you are looking for something like Copper or Rose Gold, you will most likely find it in this line. They offer sophisticated luxury at an affordable price ($150-$350) and are great at mixing exotic materials with sensual colors and interesting ornaments.
All of those years in a dance studio have finally paid off because I’m about to give you the best advice your feet will ever get – ballroom dance shoes. That’s right, I’m suggesting that on your wedding day you ditch the Giuseppe Zanottis for some Capezios. They’re 1/4th the cost but they’ve got suede bases to ensure you won’t slip or sound like a horse upon making your grand entrance. They’ve got flexible soles so you jump for joy. Their ankle straps keep them glued to your feet so you can glide across the dance floor with your man. And if they don’t feel like a second skin then you’re wearing the wrong size. You’ll be a happy camper with happy feet! Seriously, you’re welcome.
*And while I’ve got your ear – don’t wear peep-toe heels with a long gown, it looks weird.
Louboutin of course!
February 24th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
We love a good bridal fashion statement and the bridal jumpsuit definitely makes a statement! Here are some of the hottest bridal jumpsuits for 2014.
February 21st, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
Herbert Brown thought he was celebrating his 90th birthday with dinner at one of their favorite restaurants, Nauti Nancy’s in Clearwater, FL. When he arrived there were 50 of his closest friends and family and one Ragin’ Cajun party to help Herb ring in his 90th birthday!
View the full album here!
February 19th, 2014 / 1 Comment » / by Table6
“What is your favorite bridal trend right now?”
One of the hottest trends seen on the runway during New York’s 2014 Bridal Market was color! If I was a bride I would definitely be in a blush pink wedding gown this year. The softness of the color is romantic and looks great on just about everyone. Besides, what girly-girl doesn’t love pink??
Gown designers from left to right: Atelier Aimée, Wtoo, Maggie Sottero
I love the different hairstyles that are popular right now, whether brides are pulling their hair up or styling it down. These 2 looks are very simple and really accentuate the brides face.
I have always loved the flower crown for a boho chic bride!
My favorite bridal trend right now is wearing lace on the sleeves. Kate Middleton did it well in her elegant wedding to William, and designers have taken note of the continuous love for her classic wedding dress. Monique Lhuillier and Marchesa are my two favorites.
For a shoot we were trying to figure out whether we should feature a floral wreath or a tiara for the bride. I decided to do both and the results were gor.ge.ous. I had the florist create a floral wreath that was affixed to ribbons, which I then laced under the tiara. I think what made this work so well was the height of the tiara and it’s floral composition, they blended with the real flowers beautifully.
February 17th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
We love Weddington Way, an online boutique full of the latest wedding party fashion, and had to share this deal with you. Happy Shopping!
February 14th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
It’s Friday and Valentine’s Day! What a better way to celebrate today than with a beautiful Vail, CO wedding done by our own Heather Allen. Featured on Carats & Cake, Erin and John Michael’s stunning wedding took place at The Sebastian Vail.
February 12th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
“Favorite accessory on a man”
“Louis Vuitton wallet full of cash.”
“I have to admit that I am a sucker for luxury watches. It was one of the first details I noticed the night I met my husband I think a nice watch is an indicator of a successful man with a sense of style. While I am a huge fan of several brands, I am definitely in love with this Baume & Mercier Capeland watch right now.”
“My favorite accessory on a man is his tie. I think it can be such a statement piece. They have unique patterns, bold colors, and different textures.”
“Ever since I was a little girl my favorite accessory on a man is a nice watch. I’m a sucker for good hands so a nice watch is the perfect frame for a strong set. When I was a little girl I made a list of qualities that I wanted in a potential husband and I actually wrote that I wanted a man who wore a big watch!!! Some things never change!”
“My favorite accessory on a man is a baseball hat! While I love a man who is dressed to impress, I have to admit my favorite is when a guy is in casual clothes with a good baseball hat!”
February 10th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
There is nothing we love more than unique, custom wedding invitations that incorporate the couple’s style and the theme of the wedding. We are taking a look at some of the top trends in wedding invitations for 2014.
3. Hand Written
4. Lace & Damask
February 7th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
Liz and Darryl were introduced by her cousin ten (yes, TEN) years ago. They had the classic long-distance relationship thanks to college. Upon graduation, they really took it to a whole new level of long-distance when Liz moved to Boston for dental school. Once Liz moved back to Tampa, Darryl made it official when he proposed in the grotto of a Catholic church.
Liz did not want a ballroom wedding. She chose the Cuban Club for its character and history. However, when it came to décor, their style was clean and modern. Liz knew from the beginning she wanted purple, but we mixed in grey and silver to keep it from being too girly (you’re welcome Darryl!). To keep the large room interesting, we incorporated both round and square tables. Three different centerpieces of phalaenopsis orchids, roses and hydrangea decorated the room. Adding to the ambiance was purple uplighting and special lighting designs adorning the ceiling.
The couple decided signature sweets were more their style than signature drinks. Later in the evening the couple brought in a popsicle cart with custom flavors for their guests!
Ceremony Venue: Sacred Heart Catholic Church – Tampa, FL
Reception Venue: Cuban Club – Tampa, FL
Photographer: Andi Diamond Photography
Décor/Flowers: La Vie en Rose
DJ/Music: RJ Vida
Videographer: Voila Cinematic
Wedding Gown: Malindy Elene
Hair and Makeup: Michele Renee Hair & Makeup Group
Lighting: The Production Crew
Cake: Elise’s Pieces
Caterer: StoneChef Events & Catering
Popsicle Cart: Whatever Pops
February 5th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
“Favorite way to celebrate Valentine’s Day?”
“My husband and I have a tradition of not going to a restaurant but rather cooking together at home. We pick our favorite meal whether a combination of little apps or a nice filet mignon and cook together at home! I just love this tradition because at the end of the day it’s about spending time with the one you love.”
“Well, to be honest, Valentine’s Day is probably one of my least favorite holidays, so I kind of just want it to come and go. But, in the spirit of celebration, I will participate by either cooking an amazing dinner, or going to a fabulous restaurant with a great champagne list! Other than that, no red roses please, and definitely no chocolates if I am your Valentine. I would rather have a love letter or fabulous card! Amazing piece of lingerie also appreciated!”
“I love to have a quite date night with my husband at our favorite restaurant in Denver. I always get him an oversized V-day card and a little something to know that I am appreciative for everything he does and to show him how much I love him.”
“My husband and I usually decide to forego all the crowds in restaurants on Valentine’s Day and stay in and cook together. We aren’t big on presents so I usually bake some of his favorite desserts for him and he knows just how much I love chocolate covered strawberries!”
“My favorite way to spend Valentine’s Day is a night out on the town. I love to get dressed up for my man! I always try and wear either a pink or a red dress just to be festive. Some of our favorite date night spots for Valentines day in Boston are Mistral, Oishii and Prezza.”
“This sounds sad, but I rarely celebrate Valentine’s Day. My husband is a catastrophic insurance adjuster and is usually out of town during this time of year. I do get great presents though :)”
“I know it’s stereotypical for Wedding Planners to be total romantics but I totally am!!! I love surprises, candlelight, wine, poetry, roses, wine and a cute man with good wine… So for Valentines day I’m thinking of checking out either Kyma in Buckhead, or, dinner next door to a dance club like Vanquish or Opera in Midtown Atlanta. Maybe I’ll have some chocolate too, it pairs well with wine.”
February 3rd, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
We want to give a HUGE thank you to the fabulously talented VHVIDEO.COM for producing our new Table 6 Productions video. We are so excited to finally get to share it with everyone! Take a look here. Table 6 Productions Video
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January 31st, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
Shira and Ben were actually set up by the bride’s uncle. Not your typical dating story but when they had their first date, they knew that the uncle was a pretty good matchmaker. They quickly fell in love, and shared so many common interests. One being their love for food! So when they got engaged and started planning their wedding, the food was actually going to depict the venue for them. Wherever they felt they could offer the best dining experience for their guests was certainly going to be where they had their wedding. After many, many months of venue tours and tastings, they landed on the beautiful and scenic Pinnacle Club. Knowing how important the food was, the Grand Hyatt worked diligently to create a menu that would wow the couple and their guests. In addition, Shira and Ben knew they had to incorporate some of their local favorites, such as Sweet Action Ice Cream and Maria’s Empanadas.
In addition to the food, the ambiance was of second importance to them. With the groom being from Vegas and his entire family from Israel, he felt like he had really seen it all in the event world, and really wanted to hone in on a unique theme that was personal to the two of them. After a few meetings, we all recognized the bride’s love for sunsets and starry nights. It is here that the wedding palette evolved.
The Save the Date featured a very clever 3D pop-up of the Denver skyline with a sun setting over the city. The wedding ceremony itself featured an acrylic huppah decked out in an angelic fashion in shades of whites and ivories with clear chiavari chairs for guest seating. The aisle featured an array of colors that mimicked a sunset going through various shades of orange, yellow and red. The bridesmaid’s dresses were thoughtfully chosen to represent a beautiful sunset in shades of pink, purple, red and yellow.
As the guests entered the ballroom, rich linens featuring modern style centerpieces arranged in a way that again mimicked a beautiful sunset welcomed them. As the room got darker and the sun finally set, the lighting changed to shades of rich purples and pinks. Dramatic blue lighting shot through the gorgeous glass bubble chandeliers in the ceiling and stars appeared in the sky.
After dinner, guests danced the night away to a fabulous Israeli husband and wife duo that was brought in from LA. They performed various songs in Hebrew and of course, led an amazing 30-minute Hora dance. Afterwards the fabulously talented DJRipM alongside the amazing electric violinist, Maestro Hughes, performed many songs together, keeping the dance floor packed all night.
The guests were well fed throughout the night and were presented an amazing dessert display, as well as Sweet Action Ice Cream and Maria’s Empanadas. And let us not forget the amazing starry night inspired wedding cake gorgeously displayed against the night backdrop offered by the floor to ceiling windows in the Pinnacle Club.
It was a joy to work with a couple that appreciated all of the details that go into creating a truly magical experience for their guests. Congratulations to Shira and Ben!
Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Pinnacle Club
Photographer: Travis Broxton
Décor/Flowers: The Perfect Petal
DJ/Music: DJRipM, Maestro Hughes
Hair and Makeup: Erin Ferris and Family Friend
Wedding Dress: Little White Dress Shop
Lighting: LMD Productions
Cake: Grand Hyatt
Linen Rentals: Chair Covers and Linens
Caterer: Grand Hyatt
Stationary: The Paper Guppy
Other Rentals: Charming Chairs
January 29th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
What is your favorite way to incorporate Radiant Orchid into a wedding?
“My favorite way of incorporating the 2014 Pantone Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid would have to be with the invitation suite. I think this color definitely makes a statement in and of itself so why not set the tone for your wedding with your invitation.”
“I think it would be fabulous to incorporate Radiant Orchid into the bride’s attire, such as her jewelry and shoes! This way she can still incorporate the use of the color, in subtle ways, without have to have it be her “theme” per se.”
“I like to include this color in the up lighting. I think it’s a pop of fun color for the reception. I think it’s a great color for the dancing part of a wedding and gives a perfect glow.”
“My favorite way to incorporate Radiant Orchid into a wedding would be with flowers! By incorporating this vibrant color in the flowers you can add as much or as little as you want.”
January 27th, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
Congratulations to Table 6 Productions – Colorado and Table 6 Productions – Tampa for each receiving the WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Award 2014.
January 22nd, 2014 / No Comments » / by Table6
“What is the one beauty product you cannot live without?”
“I cannot live without my CND Solar Nail Oil. My cuticles are always so dry and they peel a lot in the moisture-rich climate. I apply it nightly.”
“Oscar Blandi Dry Shampoo is perfect for a quick “pick me up” for my hair. A quick sprinkle and voila… my hair is full of volume.”
“The one beauty product I cannot live without would have to be my old faithful Great Lash mascara. I’ve been using it since I was 15 and when I’m in a rush (which is most of the time) putting on some mascara is the easiest thing for me to do to make me feel done up without having had the time to do full makeup!”
” My one beauty product is Kiehl’s Deodorant! It is SOOOO amazing. I am “very” into smells, and smelling pretty at all times, so in the dead of the summer when you are running around for 12 hours at a wedding, you can tend to get a little self conscious around all of the fresh and fabulous wedding guests! A wedding planner should not smell like she just played a round of rugby, but lets face it, it’s an active job setting up, fluffing gowns, and running around! Kiehl’s deodorant is absolutely the most amazing thing I have ever discovered. Yes! You have to buy it from Nordstrom (or Kiehl’s)…and Yes! Your deodorant will now be $20. But trust me, it is SO worth it! In fact, I love everything about the Kiehl’s line that I use their moisturizer, eye cream, shampoo, conditioner, etc. Here’s a pic to prove it.”
“The one beauty product I cannot live without is my YSL mascara. Luscious lashes always make a girl look fabulous!”
“The beauty product I cannot live without is my eos lip balm. I am not big on lipstick and I hate sticky lip glosses so eos lip balm is perfect, and it lasts forever!”
January 21st, 2014 / No Comments » / by table6
One of our very own “chicks” recently got engaged over the holidays and we just HAD to share. Her name is Elizabeth Sleeper and she runs our Table 6 Productions Boston office. Her boyfriend, now fiance’, is Brandon Yip. Name sound familiar? It should if you are a Hockey fan as he used to play for the Colorado Avalanche and is currently with the Phoenix Coyotes.
The couple met in Boston and attended Boston University together. They have been dating for 5 years and have lived in Boston, Colorado, Nashville, and Phoenix, to name a few, following the hockey circuit. While Elizabeth continues to plan gorgeous East Coast weddings for her clients, she can’t help but start to think about her own. And of course, we will be helping her every step of the way.
She would love to do a July 2015 wedding in Nantucket, where her parents own a home, or possibly Newport. She would adore to have a large tent, fabulous decor, delicious food and cocktails, an amazing band, and keep it intimate at 350 guests (yeah right). She is a true girly girl so PINK will play a large role in the palette. It will for sure be a weekend to remember!
The Proposal in her words:
Brandon and I have been dating for 5 years and he asked me on Christmas Eve. Both of our families were there which was really nice. Brandon stood up before dinner and made a toast. At the end of the toast, he singled me out and popped the question. Of course, I said “Yes”!
Congratulations Sleeper! We love you! XO
November 21st, 2013 / 1 Comment » / by table6
Although we would not consider ourselves to be the most “traditional” event planning company (we don’t follow the trend, we create our own), we do respect when our couples want to keep some element of tradition in their wedding planning. One of the most valued traditions is not seeing each other before the wedding ceremony. Although we understand that bride’s love the shock value, we also know the advantages of seeing each other before. Here are just a few reasons:
1. You can actually get each other’s reactions in the same photo when you see each other for the first time. When you do not see each other, you only get a photo of you walking down the aisle, and possibly the groom watching, trying hard to hold it together.
2. You can attend your cocktail hour and spend more time with your guests that may have not seen you in a very long time. Keeps you from having to spend an hour and a half at dinner walking around to every table to say hello.
3. You can get all of your photos done ahead of time. Sometimes it is the best light for the photographer to shoot in before the ceremony.
4. You can calm your nerves, before the ceremony, and even though you have already seen each other, it will still be special when you walk down the aisle, with your father in tow, in your gorgeous dress, to a beautiful song!
#1 is our most favorite reason to see each other. The amazing reaction you both will have and that moment captured and treasured forever.
Check out these photos of the top 24 reactions of the groom seeing their bride for the first time, and you will see exactly what we mean!