August 5, 2018
Chelsea and Chris’s wedding day was not just beautiful but there was so much heart and soul that went into planning. Chris’ parents celebrated their wedding years before on the same weekend. It was an amazing way to remember and honor his dad and their love. They were married for 36 years before his Dad passed away. This year would have been their 39th anniversary! How thoughtful and heartfelt to incorporate a wedding date and a day that happened to fall on Chelsea’s grandmother’s birthday. Despite the rain, these two shared a day filled with so much love, laughter, and epic dance moves. Their ceremony was beyond beautiful from her brother and his significant other singing to the scriptures spoken by their dearest friends and family and Father James and the beautiful string quartet playing… it was just perfect for these two.
Chelsea and Chris share a love for sports and travel. They have been living a part for a while now and they are so excited to be MARRIED and living together under one roof now. They brought together their amazing families from all over the country to celebration their love! They danced the night away and what a joy it was to witness their wedding day unfold.
What an honor to be able to freeze these moments for them! This Two Rivers Country Club Navy and Blush wedding is one for the books!
I hope Hawaii was more than you ever dreamed of.
Special thanks to the incredible vendors who made their day even more flawless! And HUGE thank you to Jessica Ryan for second shooting for me!
Venue: Two Rivers Country Club | Ceremony: The National Shrine of Our Lady Walsingham | Officiant: Father James Glass, Catholic Priest from Saint Bede | Catering and Coordination: Two Rivers Country Club| Ceremony Music: Jamestown String Quartet | Florals: The Flower Cupboard| Garland: Everleaf Decorative Greens LLC | DJ: Liz Daley Events | Makeup: Dhalia Edwards | Hair: Hair by Emily Dami | Invitations and Paper Goods: Minted | Cake: Carrot Tree Kitchens and Justified Bakeshop | Gown: Studio I Do | Photography: Elizabeth Friske Photography