Joelle & Mike, September 17, 2017, Old Daley on Crooked Lake
We just love the quirky and fun style of this wedding and the super sweet couple we had as well. Joelle was a very laid back bride who incorporated vibrant pops of color in her decor; including some cute red Converse sneakers and gorgeous yellow sunflowers. Mike was all smiles and after a great first look, the couple followed us around the property for some portraits. The couple were married lakeside under a Chuppah in the Jewish style. We loved the various facial expressions the couple had as they read their vows and committed themselves to each other. Guests cheered as they stomped on glass and kissed. We then headed upstairs to a private room to read and sign the Ketubbah. Guests had so much fun during the reception as they were encouraged to join in during the dancing of the Hora and the couple were hoisted up on chairs. What a fun, energetic dance. It was an all around perfect day.
Mazel Tov to you both, Joelle and Mike and best wishes for a beautiful, long marriage.
Team of Wedding Professionals:
Officiant: Reverend Jude Smith Venue: Old Daley on Crooked Lake Catering: Old Daley Custom Catering Pie: Grandma’s Pie’s & Restaurant Coordinator: Sarah Tyrell of Old Daley Music: Mike Garrasi from Music Man Entertainment Floral Design: Renaissance Floral Design Makeup & Hair: Lipstick N Lashes Bride’s Gown: Stella York from Victoria’s Bridal, Buffalo, NY Mens’ Attire: Joseph A. Bank Clothiers Rings: Northeastern Fine Jewelry Invitations: A Sweet Life Designs, Etsy Save the Dates: Erin Maala Photography: Keith & Meghan Hitlin of Hitlin Photography Inc.
Such neat attendants’ gifts
Bride Prep. Love the pops of color.
LOVE this First Look reaction
These two are too cute
A great group of friends
LOL<, the guys’ socks
Looking good, Mike!
Ceremony! LOVE that sign (read bottom ;).
Ketubbah signing (hand painted by Bride’s mom)
Reception, the guest signing quilt was made by Groom’s mom
A great team; the ladies of Lipstick N Lashes, Keith, Sarah from Old Daley and Mike on music