Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
It's hard to say how much we love our jobs, until we get a couple like Jacquelyn and Steve. From the moment we met, we clicked and it was off to planning a very large, very beautiful beach wedding! From the beginning Jacquelyn knew what she wanted, so we put together a team of A-list vendors who made the day as perfect as she had imagined. We can't thank Josiah & Steph enough for capturing these two so perfectly!
This bouquet...to die for! Faye and Renee out did themselves!
Needless to say the day ended as perfectly as it started!
Thank you Jacquelyn and Steve for letting us be a part of your day!
Photography: Josiah & Steph
Videographer: Willow Tree Films
Florist: Faye & Renee Floral and Event Design
Ceremony Venue: Cape May Beach Club
Reception Venue: Willow Creek Winery
Hair and Make-Up: Daneene Jensen
Transportation: Great American Trolley & Sheppard Bus Company
Bride's Dress: Elizabeth John's Designer: Sarah Nouri
Bridesmaids' Dresses: Elizabeth John's
Groom's Suit: Mens Warehouse
Groomsmen's Suit: Mens Warehouse
Band: CTO Park Central
Kyle Michelle Weddings
Sam is currently a sophomore at Rowan College at Gloucester County majoring in Health Sciences. Right now she is planning to continue her studies into Occupational Therapy next year at Stockton University. She’s come to love weddings thanks to many movies, television shows and especially from attending family weddings herself. When she was younger, she was a flower girl in almost all of her aunts’ weddings, getting herself involved early in life. She isn’t only excited to plan her own wedding when the time comes, but to be involved in the best day of a couples’ life. Knowing that her love for weddings can only grow within this new experience, she’s prepared to possibly change her major as the months go on to focus more on event planning and weddings. She is thrilled to begin this new journey!
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I'm pretty sure no one wants rain on their wedding day. I'm 100% sure, no one wants a nor' easter on their wedding day!
As the weather set in early in the morning and Long Beach Island began to flood, all Nicole and Mike could do was shrugged their shoulders, it is what it is.
It's rare that anyone deals with a true storm of any kind on their wedding day, but Nicole and Mike handled the whole day with Grace.
Their ceremony was being held at St. Thomas Aquinas in Beach Heaven. The drive typically takes 15 minutes in the off season, it takes about 35 - 40 minutes when all of the major streets are flooded and the only way to make it anywhere on the island is to drive slowly down the middle of the streets.
When the rain is coming in sideways (...Little bitty stingin' rain...and big ole fat rain. Rain that flew sideways. And sometimes rain even seemed to come straight up from underneath.-sorry, just had to!) We loaded Nicole into the transportation wearing a makeshift poncho of a large trash bag, cut with holes for her legs that covered her up to her neck and then we ran with her into the bus.
It's hard to stay smiling and positive but Nicole was ever the trooper. I'm guessing it was being raised by a West Point graduate and Infantry officer that taught her how to stay calm and to adjust whenever necessary.
I adore these pictures of her father seeing her for the first time!
Such a stud in his dress blues!
Mother Nature may have been a force to contend with on Nicole and Mike's day, but the wedding ceremony was gorgeous and the reception was gorgeous and a blast!
Also, sometimes you get really great pictures when the weather is acting out!
Congratulations Nicole and Mike!! Thank you for letting us be a part of your day!!
"Diana and Rob must be super special people,." is all we could say all day. How else do you explain every inch of New Jersey enduring down pours of rain, and some how Diana and Rob's outside ceremony at Grounds for Sculpture going unscathed? And what a unique ceremony space is was!
Oh, we also died over her tattoos and dress!
One of our favorite pictures of a bride, ever! Thanks to the incredible Emily Wren Photography!
For their first look they went for the less traditional route of facing each other and taking each other in as Diana walked toward her groom.
It's like Grounds for Sculpture was made for weddings!
We are so lucky to have been a part of your day!
Congratulations to Diana & Rob!
It was Kentucky Derby day but more importantly Alex and David's wedding day! Upon meeting Alex I knew she had been dreaming about this day since she was a little girl. She was one of the most organized brides to date sending us detailed notes about her wedding. We were honored to help her pull together any loose ends and ensure all her details were set up to perfection. Her small nods to the derby were noticed throughout the reception and it just so happens that the winning horse was named "Always Dreaming."
Hand made leather jacket customized for the bride!