Wedding photography typically involves a lot of in-person meetings and planning on the front-end, but with Michelle and Nicholas living out of state, I did not have the pleasure of meeting them in person until their wedding day. It took a lot of cross-country planning to bring their wedding day together, and it turned out so beautifully!
Michelle and Nicholas were married in front of close friends and family in Nicholas’s parent’s home in West County. It was a beautiful celebration and I was very honored to be a part of it.
The family owns an impressive collection of antique botanical prints. I loved viewing them.
Michelle wore a stunning floor-length beaded gown.
The bride poses for one last selfie with her best friends before preparing to walk down the aisle.
I was delighted to listen to the talents of Paul Huppert of Noteworthy Music. Mr. Huppert played his violin for the entire event, creating an elegant atmosphere for their wedding day.
The Bride & Groom enjoy dinner at the family head table.
Thank you for warmly inviting me into your home to photograph such a beautiful ceremony. I was honored to photograph such an important day in your lives together. Congratulations on the union of your two families. I wish you a lifetime of happiness!
Ceremony Venue: Cutaia Family Home
Officiant: Amy Loui with Wonder Weddings
Catering: John Mineos Italian Restaurant
Cake: Cravings Bakery in Webster Groves
Florist: Walter Knoll (Lasalle Shop)
Party Rentals: Weinhardt Party Rentals
Musical Performance: Paul Huppert at Noteworthy Music
Wedding Attire: Saks 5th Avenue, Frontenac