This couple’s generous use of the color green throughout their special day made it a special feature in our books. It was such a beautiful pop of color for this whimsically elegant event. From the beautiful wedding gown sash, the metallic bridesmaids’ dresses, the cake’s details, and the groom and groomsmen’s undershirts, the green really brought out the refreshing vibe of the day. I’m pretty sure St. Patrick’s Day is impressed by how the couple pulled off this palette. Congratulations on an amazing and green wedding day, Alison & Daniel!
What would you say, the overall story for this album?
Love at first sight, glances passed walking down the hall, these two amazing people found love over chalkboards and coffee. With a passion for inspiring youths and music their love story was written in the stars and possibly accompanied by a lead guitar.
What was your favorite part of the day?
They had a mustang that they were fixing up, and Daniel had specifically detailed to photograph during the wedding. The laughter and friendship that I had the chance to see outside of the hecticness of the actual day was so refreshing, honest and beautiful.
Was there any Do it Yourself (DIY) projects? If so, can you describe them in detail?
The Ford Mustang was being re-upholstered and fixed by Daniel(The Groom) However, that was the only DIY project.
What were the highlights from the ceremony & reception?
The Father & Bride dance was really touching. The father of the bride was really funny, and to see him go fromjovial and fun to such an emotional state was sweet.
Was there a theme for the ceremony and reception?
No, It was a pretty classic wedding, except for the 2 cakes. (Mainly because the Groom loved Elvis and Alison, the bride, wanted to surprise him with an Elvis cake)
Reception Venue: Fort Belvoir Officers’ Club
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