Barrows House Winter Wedding
Dana + Paul
Often if you’re throwing together something quick- details can and will be missed. But not when planned by Dana and Paul! Wow! I can’t even find the words to start off saying what I want to express about this Barrows House Winter Wedding! The thought that was put into this day was beautiful. It was all about the joining of two families. Two families are becoming one. When I first arrived- Dana and Paul had just finished telling their kiddos of the real plans for that evening. A wedding! I could cry thinking about the happy emotions that all the kiddos expressed. Witnessing just how much love this family has for each other- it’s truly heartwarming.
” I do Crew.”
Dana and Paul had every detail planned out- down to the outfits their “I do Crew” would wear. What a wonderful group of kids! They too were completely surprised! (and ever soooo happy!) Dana chose carefully planned Navy Blue Dresses with Maroon and Gold accessories. Everything came together so beautifully. Just take a look at these kiddos! They are every bit as sweet too.
They upheld their wedding party duties with joyful smiles and happy laughs. Lots of hugs and memories were made this day. Memories that will be forever remembered.
Ethan gave away his newly acquired Step-Mom. I can’t think of a sweeter gesture.
Reverend Fr. Wayne E. Bell
Reverend Wayne officiated a beautiful ceremony that was centered, not only around the unity of Dana and Paul- but the joining of two families. Everyone had a special part to play.
The Newley Weds
After the ceremony, we headed out for some after dark portraits! Barrow’s House has a beautiful White Front porch that made bright and airy photos possible! Dana was indeed an exquisite bride- and Paul looked dapper for sure!
Shortly before I took off- Dana and Paul cut their cake and enjoyed the rest of the evening spending time with their family.
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- Venue: Barrows House
- Hair Artist: Green Door Day Spa
- Floral Artist: Lily of the Valley
- Officiant: Rev. Fr. Wayne E. Bell
- Videographer: EightZero2 Productions
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