Harry proposed to Amy back in December 2015 with a heart felt love letter and the perfect Tiffany blue ring box. Though they had only know each other for a year and a half, to them it felt like they had grown up together. Their servants hearts and gift for hospitality that I have witnessed in both of them attests to that. Though we were there to photograph their wedding day, they managed to make us both feel like family.
Amy and Harry were married in the church that Amy grew up in and that Harry is now a member of. Surrounded by friends and family from all over the world, they seamlessly blended both their beliefs and values with the tradition of the Indian Thali necklace that Harry and his sisters placed around Amy’s neck as a symbol of marriage. Following the ceremony, Amy and Harry headed to the Renaissance Hotel for their reception filled with dancing, the shoe game, and one of my absolute favorite wedding traditions, the anniversary dance. To hear more about how Amy and Harry met or to see their engagement pictures, go here.
Ceremony Location: Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Reception Venue: The Renaissance
Wedding Planner: Richmond Bridal Consulting
Floral Design: Serena Rose Flowers
Makeup: Christina Hylton
Hair: Lou Stevens Glam Squad
Cake: Sweet Fix
Bridal Attire: Sixpence Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaids Dresses: Azazie
Grooms Attire: The Black Tux
Wedding Rings: Tiffany
Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas
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