Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Celtic Wedding for Michelle and Sean at All Saints Chapel!
Michelle and Sean wanted to incorporate elements of Celtic traditions in their wedding ceremony on May 15, 2010. So, they created a handfasting sash of Sean's family tartan which we used during the ceremony to "tie the knot." The men in the wedding also wore their kilts. They also arranged for a bagpiper to provide the ceremony music as a sweet surprise for Sean's father, Michael. It was a bonny good morning for a wedding at All Saints Chapel in downtown Raleigh. The majority of the guests were shuttled from the hotel to the chapel and we had to delay the start of the wedding mainly because Artsplosure was also happening about 3 blocks away and traffic was slow.
All Saints Chapel--On hand was Drew to help me get my sound set up and make sure things were handled. It was good to see you again! There were two weddings this Saturday and Sarah was due to come in for the other wedding.
Carl Johnson Photography for covering the wedding. They were everywhere!
Daniel's Florist did the pretty bouquets and boutonnieres.
John Schodtler and he was very good. While we were waiting for the guests who were delayed, he came inside the chapel and entertained the guests who had already arrived.
Caffe Luna for the reception to get a photo of the wedding cake. This beautiful cake was by Cinda's Creative Cakes and it was very creative. In the second shot you can see that the ribbon of icing was actually colored like the tartan plaid. How did she do that??