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The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist & The Club at Key Center Wedding – Antoinette + Ray

Meet happy couple Antionette and Ray who were married on August 22nd. “I Do’s” were exchanged at Cleveland historical landmark - The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist.  The bridal party then made stops at North Coast Harbor and E. 4th for some fun wedding day portraits before heading to The Club at Key Center to celebrate with family and friends.  Congratulations Antoinette and Ray! Photography: Christopher Norris Photographers Ceremony Venue: The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist Reception Venue: The Club at Key Center Florist: The Gift Hut Dress: Catan Fashions Cake: Wild Flour Bakery Transportation: All Occasion Limo Entertainment: TKO

Windows on the River Wedding – Sara + Tom

Sara and Tom's wedding day started at our studio with some preparation pictures and a private "first Look" moment. We then got started with lots of formal portraits and some fun outdoor shots including a recreation of the "Bridesmaids" movie promo shot. We then traveled downtown to North Coast Harbor with a quick stop at First Energy Stadium and then down to The Flats for some pictures before the ceremony. That is if they can get past the scary sharks in the aquarium! The ceremony and reception took place at the historic FirstEnergy Powerhouse which was built in 1892 with gorgeous views of the Cleveland skyline and bridges. Sara and Tom danced to Muse's "Madness" and then escaped for a few night shots with guests partied inside. Congratulations Sara & Tom! Photography: Christopher Norris Photographers Dress: Catan Fashion's Florist: Mai-Ly Nguyen Venue: Windows on the River Transportation: First Class Limos Cake: Wild Flour Entertainment: Jerry Bruno Productions

St. Patrick’s Church & Tudor Arms Wedding – Sarah + Kevin

Black tie/vintage was the theme Sarah and Kevin chose for their fall wedding.  The day started with preparation and a first look at the historic Tudor Arms Hotel.  The hotel was built in 1933 has been painstakingly restored to in order to preserve its status as a historical landmark.  The couple and their bridal party then headed to the Palace Theater and to East 4th St. for some portraits. The ceremony was held at another historical landmark, St. Patrick's Church, Bridge Avenue; which was founded July 2, 1853.   Sarah's bouquet was adorned with several brooches and she wore jewelry all given to her by family members.  The ceremony ended with a bagpipe recessional and then it was back to the Tudor Arms for dinner and dancing! Congratulations Sarah and Kevin! Photography: Christopher Norris Photographers Ceremony:  St. Patrick's Church, Bridge Avenue Reception:  Tudor Arms Hotel Dress: Atlas Bridal Flowers: Prestige Floral Cake: Wild Flour Entertainment: TKO Transportation: A1 Limo

St. Michael’s Woodside Bridal Open House

Yesterday evening we had the honor of participating in the St. Michael's Woodside Bridal Open House. Brides and their friends and family were invited for a food tasting and tour of the lovely facility. Catering by Verba’s has served St. Michael's Woodside for over 20 years. Guests enjoyed Mango BBQ Meatballs, Bourbon Pecan Chicken Tenders, Kielbasi & Kraut Sliders and a Potato "Martini" Bar. Pete from Troy Entertainment was on hand to provide music and a photobooth. Guests even got to sample a wedding cake made by Susan's Sugar & Spice. Special thanks to Mary Jane Lucak for inviting us!