Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
Good thing you can't see me crying through the computer screen, because this wedding was a for sure special one. Jaclyn and Joe's rooftop wedding was the first wedding after COVID rudely came into our lives and postponed all of plans - and you know what, it couldn't have gone better! Literally! Everyone was so ready to be working again, that it went so smooth and was completely unique and designed for the couple. Let's look through some of these AMAZING photos and I'll try and take you through the day (although you had to be there...)
This is the first time we did a first-look this way and we LOVED it. First the bride wanted a special moment with her father, so the bridal party turned around and closed their eyes until we said to turn around. The bridal party then had a cheerful response and a special moment with Jaclyn. After that, Joe was allowed to turn around and have his moment with his soon-to-be bride. This was such a unique way to do a first-look and it almost mocked a ceremony entrance (which is exactly what she wanted!)
These dresses were from Davids Bridal and they were a stunner! Mismatch for the win!
Obviously we had to a dip kiss with this background... Also, they weren't complaining!
Custom place setting blocks for the head table and Minted menu.
Something about seeing our custom-made signage and stationery is just so thrilling. These are our custom table numbers that we made from wood slabs - they turned out perfectly for this celebration and we're planning to use these babies often!
This is our baby... This green wall has been everywhere and has been through a lot. This custom made escort board and last minute wood sign was PERFECT. Also - those are fake flowers that we embedded into the green wall (apparently we're florists now too!)
Joe deserved SOMETHING special after the reception, so we made him a cigar bar and a matching sign. They used this all night long!
Okay, quick side note about the DJ - Shout out to Willie Matis with 22 Events. He KILLED it and we need him to travel to Philadelphia for all of our weddings.