What made the reception memorable for the couple and their guests?
Patrick and his peeps put the durability of the dance floor to the test that’s for sure. The “Lucky Charm Family” initiated their newest member Lizzy with chants, chair lifts and all the stomping their feet could muster. Once DJ 30a had the party in full swing the groom took the floor for a couple of back flips and a whole lot of dancing. Patrick twirled his new wifey up and down the dance floor till the very last song, ending with a dazzling cold sparkler send off surrounded by all their guests.
Did the weather cooperate on the wedding day?
They say it’s good luck to have rain on your wedding day and call me cliche but I’m a believer in that statement. Lizzy + Patrick joined with family and friends on a brisk and drizzly day in November, and while some couples dread rain on their big day, these two embraced it. We ventured out around Watercolor with our bubble umbrellas and made magic with the wintry winds coming off the water. The night ended under the twinkly trees dancing in the rain, it was a vibe.
What was unique about the bride and groom’s attire?
While there were many amazing fashion choices made by both the bride and groom, Lizzy’s ethereal Inbal Dror gown stole the show. The bride’s unique dress came embellished with the most whimsical peacock feather skirt and plunging bodice complete with sparkly bows tying off each shoulder. This one of a kind show stopper was absolute perfection on our dear Lizzy, and kept heads turning all day long.