Oh I couldn’t wait to post these pictures up! I’m going on a little vacation so I wanted to make sure these were ready before I leave and boy was it hard to pick my favorites to put on the blog. This is the wedding of Chris and Angela, my first greek wedding, and I have to say I loved it. I attended their rehearsal the friday before to make sure I got all the details of what was going to be happening during the ceremony. This was great because I got to meet all the family before hand. A very welcoming family. Their wedding was full of details that made it very special from the different inherited things Angela was wearing, to a really cool wedding car, a cute cake and an awesome sunset that put a great touch to Chris and Angela’s formal pictures.
Angela getting her make up done by her sister Christina.
On the left, the picture is Angela’s awesome lace dress, next to wedding pictures of her grandparents. Helen, Angela’s mom, zipping up the dress.
With her grandmother, Angela, receiving a blessing. Lucky family that still has their grandmother around, I miss mine
Their ceremony was held at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Bridgeport, CT. Could’t be any closer to my house.
Ah my favorite moment of a wedding ceremony! The bride walking with her father smiling. And groom looking at her, sometimes with tears in his eyes, but in this case Chris couldn’t stop smiling.
Watch out for the rice! The bride’s flowers created by Floral Designs by Nancy
This car was definitely one of the main characters of this wedding!
The next photo is quite presidential.
I truly liked the brides maids’s outfits, long coral dresses and they each accessorized with unique chunky gold and emerald color jewelry.
Angela created this sign so we could get this picture! Thanks for the prop, I loved it.
These two never stopped dancing all night. They found time to visit all the tables and still be in the dance-floor most of the time. Their music was a combination of a greek band and then a really great DJ afterwards.
Angela and Chris, it was a pleasure to be part of this important day in your life. Your families were so welcoming to us, and even helped us make our job easier by being on the spot when we needed them or gathering the family around. Both Raquel and I were so excited after we left “the rock”, checking the images on the camera because we couldn’t wait to see them, and we just had this big smile on our faces. You guys were so patient and “natural posers.” I hope you enjoy your pictures and hang one of them next to your grandparents’ pictures in your dad’s studio.