Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
This wedding was such a breathe of fresh (sea) air. Jessica and AJ were so adorable and giddy throughout their day - no one had to force them to smile for a picture - as you can see from the below photos... They exchanged their "I Do's" at Saint Marys Church and continued their celebration at Bonnet Island Estate. The sophisticated color scheme, acrylic details, and florals put a classy feel on this black-tie, LBI Wedding.
This day was so perfect and we wish we could see their smiling faces all over again!
This exit was everything and made for the perfect photo-op! Everyone sees rice, flower petals and even sparklers - but who has ever done bubblers before? Love this!
This green wall was the perfect statement piece for this wedding. This is a great way to do your escort board as well as add a funky neon sign for flare! A little tip for all you engaged couples - when looking for a LED sign for your wedding day, buy something that you can re-use (in a man cave or a bar)!!
And to end... This photo-op was amazing! We love you Jessica & Andrew!
Lauren and Stuart live in the busy streets of New York City, but wanted the comfort and LOVE of Philadelphia so they went with The Crystal Tea Room for their special day. This wedding was classy and sophisticated in every way - from the champagne stationery to the ceremony and reception design. Not only was there love in the air between Lauren and Stuart, but the theme LOVE carried throughout their day - with an ice sculpture and LED sign.
Check out this wedding party too - they sure knew how to work it!
Um yes please... I'll take two! Question - can we have this in our house?? This champagne vending machine was so fun for the guests and a great photo opportunity!
The design was mainly white florals and greenery, with tons of draping and lots of champagne and gold accents - the hanging lights gave more of a fairytale look to the room. This ballroom was so simple, but everywhere you looked, it was absolutely radiant.
As we're waiting for the amazing shots from the ceremony and reception - we wanted to give you guys a tour of the tents and the transformation of the property. This firefly themed wedding was full of tipi tents, colorful florals, textured rugs and a variety of vintage furniture. Each tent was unique with its own food station, aesthetic and purpose - there was so much to do and so much to see! One tent had bohemian wicker basket light features while the other had classy chandeliers, all 3 set-ups had different cultured foods including; Japanese, Mexican, American, Italian etc. The tents also had photo booth opportunities, bars, fireplaces, there was a huge dance floor in the middle of the property and various lounge areas around the lawn. This wedding was the most spectacular, EPIC and unique wedding we have ever done... We wish we could experience it all over again - maybe as guests this time???
And not to mention, we fell in love with this couple and their amazing families!
Okay let me shut up now and leave the pictures to do all of the talking...
Venue: Newtown Square, PA - Private Residence
Wedding Planners/Designrs: Kyle Michelle Weddings
Photographers: David Campli
Tipi Tents: UnderCanvas
Hair and Makeup: Amanda D'andrea
Florist: Faye and Renee
Furniture Rentals: Maggpie Rentals
Bars: 13th Street Cocktails
Stationery: Chick Invitations
Party Rentals: Ocean Tents
Flooring / Platforms: Sperry Tents
Dance / Ceremony Platforms: Stage Dimensions
Heaters: Sunbelt Rentals
Restroom Trailer: United Site Services
Band: The Fraction
Ceremony Musicians: Street Beat Brass
Audio: Light Action Productions
Thank you to all of these amazing vendors for helping to create the most amazing and epic wedding!
Emily and Chase shared their different cultures in a beautiful, two-day celebration at the most amazing venues. Friday, they had their Hindu Ceremony at The Logan Hotel in Philadelphia with a red, pink and gold color scheme. Saturday, was a magical, sophisticated and classy setting with greenery and white florals dripping from the ceiling of a spectacular sail cloth tent. This couple was completely in awe of each other, and as were we... Emily and Chase share a love for McDonalds, so of course we made sure to pick-up tons of take-out food for the couple and the guests to enjoy late night. This two-day celebration was nothing less than perfection and we were truly grateful to be a part of their special day!
Hindu Ceremony at The Logan Hotel
Saturday Wedding at Andalusia Estate
After the celebrating and honeymooning comes to an end, it’s time to face reality and complete those daunting newlywed tasks! Whether that’s the changing of the last name, going to the DMV (woof), or writing thank you cards, knowing where to start can be overwhelming and confusing for anyone. Check out these helpful tips for those starting to plan the rest of their lives together!
What better way to spend your anniversary than enjoying a sweet treat from your big day one whole year later!
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He stole your heart, now you get to steal his last name!
And finally the part we try and put off for as long as possibly acceptable, writing thank you notes. Pick up a pen, a glass of wine, and get to work on these cards with your new hubby as soon as possible! Plus, the longer you wait to send out your thank you cards, the longer and more eloquent they should be written. This task is much easier to do when the wedding is fresh in your minds.
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