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Real Weddings: Latoya & Rodney

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The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning. Latoya and Rodney were married at RiverCrest Golf Club & Preserve on November 11, 2018, and we asked them to take us on a visual tour of their Autumn Wedding Day!Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

10:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

Latoya and her bridal party began getting ready in the RiverCrest Bridal Suite, while Rodney was getting ready at home. The couple’s Photographer, Burkett Photography, & Videographer from EBE Talent arrived for some getting ready content.

4:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Latoya and her bridal party headed to the Patio Terrace at RiverCrest to meet Rodney and be married. Their ceremony was officiated by Rodney’s family pastor, Reverend Nathan Coleman of Bethel Baptist Church in Phoenixville.

6:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened at RiverCrest, and the Autumnal vibe was beautiful! High and low floral centerpieces adorned with burnt orange and cream flowers brought the whole room together. Amber lighting throughout the room created a warm, intimate feel.

We were able to ask Latoya & Rodney a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

Walking down the aisle together after saying our “I do”s as husband and wife for the first time.

What was it like working with EBE?

Everyone was great to work with and they were able to bring to life a drapery design that I really wanted for the ceremony and reception space, which turned out great!

What made you choose EBE?

I was able to get a package deal since they have so much to offer!

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Honestly, don’t stress! Just communicate what you’re looking for and your vendors will be able to make your day truly special.

Vendor List Recap

Venue: RiverCrest Golf Club & Preserve
Photographer: Burkett Photography
Videographer: EBE Talent
Hair & Makeup: J Touch Xperience
Bride’s Gown: David’s Bridal
Groom’s SuitMen’s Wearhouse
Music
: EBE DJ Tom Hefferon
Wedding Cake: The Masters Baker
Florist: Risher Van Horn



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EBE Real Weddings: Dubraska & Jill

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The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

We asked Social Worker, Dubraska, and Social Media & Logistics Manager, Jill, to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day. They celebrated their gorgeous Philadelphia Wedding on November 25th, 2017 at 23rd Street Armory in Center City West. Their Wedding Style was industrial and chic with some beautiful earthy touches, and their color palate matched that perfectly.

Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

9:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

Dubraska and Jill woke up together at the Embassy Suites Center City Philadelphia Hotel, and promptly moved to separate rooms across the hall from each other. They were each joined by their bridal parties, mothers, and their team of stylists. Ahlee and Ronnie of Juju Salon & Organics took care of everyone’s hair, while Angelic Hair + Makeup Designs, lead by Angel Simpkins, handled everyone’s makeup.

1:30 p.m. – Photographer + Videographer Arrive

The couple’s Photographer, Colin Coleman of Colin Coleman Photography, and Videographer, Andrew Gormley of Silver and Spark, arrived for some getting ready photos and video at the hotel.  

2:00 p.m. – First Look

The couple went across the street to Sister Cities Park for their first look, and to take some formal portraits. 

3:00 p.m. – Head to the Venue

Philly Transportation, LLC took Dubraska, Jill, and their wedding parties to the 23rd Street Armory, where the couple would tie the knot. The rest of the pre-ceremony photos were taken in the Armory before their ceremony began. The Bridesmaids’ Dresses and Flower Girls’ dresses were from Azazie, Dubraska’s Pantsuit was by Jill Jill Stuart from BHLDN, and Jill’s Gown was by Oleg Cassini from David’s Bridal.

5:00 p.m. – Ceremony

The candlelit ceremony was breathtaking, with pipe & draping, fairy lights, and uplights by EBE Talent. Their ceremony was officiated by Michael Wehrman, a dear friend of the couple. The music and ceremony sound amplification were also provided by EBE. Dubraska and Jill are long-time whiskey lovers, and incorporated a whiskey pour into their ceremony. They each took a white whiskey and poured it into a charred barrel to age together and share in a few months.

6:00 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

Cocktail Hour began as a trio from EBE Imagine played New Orleans-style jazz. While guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, the ceremony area was flipped for the reception. Over 100 candles, lanterns, and photos were displayed along the tables to create an intimate feel in such a large space.

7:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened, and their guests were ready to party! Dubraska and Jill shared their first dance, then EBE’s Imagine played dance music that got all the couple’s guests right on the dance floor – where they would remain for most of the evening.

The couple chose to utilize food trucks for their wedding, rather than a traditional caterer. Their guests had unlimited access to food trucks from Dos Hermanos Tacos, Baby Blues BBQ, Hai Street Kitchen Sushi Burritos and Poke Bowls, and Jules Thin Crust Pizza for dinner, and a Chilly Banana food truck of frozen banana whips for dessert.

To celebrate Dubraska’s Venezuelan culture, the couple chose to have La Hora Loca, or “The Crazy Hour”, during their reception. Prop glasses, necklaces, streamers, and other giveaways were handed out to their guests, and Imagine’s DJ/Drum Combo dialed up the party from a perfect 10 to a 20!

Congratulations again, Dubraska and Jill!

Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready Hotel: Embassy Suites Center City Philadelphia Hotel
First Look Location: Sister Cities Park
Venue: 23rd Street Armory
Hair: Juju Salon & Organics
Makeup: Angelic Hair + Makeup Designs
Photographer: Colin Coleman Photography
Videographer: Silver and Spark
Photo Booth: EBE Talent
Dubraska’s Wedding Pantsuit: Jill Jill Stuart from BHLDN
Jill’s Wedding Gown:
Oleg Cassini from David’s Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses, Flower Girl Dresses: Azazie
Transportation: Philly Transportation, LLC
BandImagine, EBE Talent
Lighting DesignEBE Talent
Food TrucksDos Hermanos Tacos, Baby Blues BBQ, Hai Street Kitchen Sushi Burritos and Poke BowlsJules Thin Crust PizzaChilly Banana



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Real Weddings: Adrianna & Stephen

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The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

Attorneys Adrianna & Stephen met while attending college at St Joseph’s University. During Adrianna’s last year of college in 2011, she told Steve that one day she would get engaged in the courtyard of Barbelin at St. Joe’s, as she always felt it was an intimate and romantic spot. Little did she know Steve remembered these details and proposed a few years later.

We asked them to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day with their amazing vendors. They celebrated their fairy-tale Cescaphe Wedding on April 21st, 2018 at Tendenza. Their wedding style was based on a woodland theme with tons of greenery, candles, and vintage books.Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

7:30 a.m. – Getting Ready

Adrianna & Stephen both got ready in separate suites at The Hilton at Penn’s Landing. Adrianna had a slumber party with her bridal party the night before, which allowed everyone to wake up ready to go!

The couple’s Photography & Videography Team from JPG Photography arrived for some getting ready content.

2:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Adrianna, Stephen, and their wedding party were taken to St Augustine Church for their ceremony by the Cescaphe Trolley. Stephen and his groomsmen wore tuxedos from The Black Tux, and Adrianna’s bridal party wore mismatched pink, gold, and rose gold dresses from Bella Bridesmaids. Adrianna wore a Maggie Sottero gown from Bridal Garden in Marlton, NJ with Marchesa jewelry.

Their pastor, Fr. Mke Matveenko, and ceremony musicians were from Adrianna’s home church in Sicklerville, NJ. Both Adrianna and Stephen were raised Catholic, and making this sacrament was very important to them. They incorporated readings from the bible, a blessing to the Virgin Mary, and chose traditional music for their Processional, Hymns, and Recessional.

3:30 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

While guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a string duo from EBE Sydney, and an aerialist from Jewelz Entertainment during the cocktail hour at Tendenza, the newly-married couple took some formal portraits at St Augustine Church & the Merchants Exchange Building.

5:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened at Tendenza, and their guests were ready to party! Adrianna & Stephen were introduced as Husband and Wife for the first time, they shared their first dance to Say You Won’t Let Go by James Arthur. They took dance lessons with Bianca Gatto & Tiffani Giosa of Chez Dance Studio leading up to the wedding. After their formalities, EBE Sydney was ready to fill the dance floor.

We were able to ask Adrianna & Stephen a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite part of wedding planning?

I am all about the details! I loved designing my gorgeous table arrangements and wedding décor with the help of Jackie from Beautiful Blooms and Jessica Hinds of Something Borrowed Philly, who provided gorgeous vintage pieces for our reception. Planning a wedding can be very overwhelming especially when Pinterest exists, but I loved that I was able to make my own ideas come to life for our wedding day.

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

My favorite moment of the day was walking down the aisle to Steve and seeing him for the first time on our wedding day. I know it is totally cliché, but in that moment it truly felt like it was just him and I. You spend so much time planning flowers, décor, dresses, the cake, that you can sometimes lose sight of the true meaning of the day – to celebrate the love we have for each other and deciding that our story should be a forever story.

Did either of you have any “must-haves” for your wedding day?

We both absolutely hands-down wanted to have a band! We both love to dance and just have an amazing time, so when we found EBE and Sydney we knew that we would in for an unforgettable night!

What was it like working with EBE?

Total peace of mind! Nick Centrella (EBE Sydney’s Bandleader) could run a wedding with his eyes closed. He answered all of our questions and then some during the planning process. He also worked with my family to make very special and personal moments at our wedding day, which we are both so very thankful for!

What made you choose EBE?

They are simply the best when it comes to this industry. The talent, professionalism, and overall enthusiasm made our wedding that much better!

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Choosing vendors is a very time consuming and tedious process, but you are planning this very special day to celebrate the love you have with your partner. I know it gets overwhelming and frustrating, but taking the time to research and to get to know your vendors will absolutely pay off in the long run. Never be afraid to ask questions and do not wait until the last minute to try and book a vendor.

Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready Location: The Hilton at Penn’s Landing
Transportation: Cescaphe Trolley
Ceremony Venue: St Augustine Church
Portraits Location: St Augustine Church & Merchants Exchange Building
Aerialist: Jewelz Entertainment
Cocktail Hour and Reception Venue: Tendenza
Photographer & Videographer: Joe Gidjunis of JPG Photography
Bride’s Attire: Maggie Sottero gown from Bridal Garden with Marchesa jewelry
Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids
Groom & Groomsmen SuitsThe Black Tux
Music
: EBE Sydney
Florist & Decor: Jackie Kemp of Beautiful Blooms and Jessica Hinds of Something Borrowed Philly



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Real Weddings: Ryanne & Conner

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The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

HR Representative, Ryanne, and Third Grade Teacher, Conner, met in 2012 when they were both students at Lock Haven University. They were friends throughout college, and then Ryanne moved out to California for an internship. Conner flew out to visit for a week, and they realized it was the real deal… they’ve been together ever since! 

We asked them to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day with their amazing EBE Team Members: MC Jon Mulhern, DJ Audio Phoenix, and Drummer Rick Lowery. They celebrated their beautiful Harrisburg Wedding on September 8th, 2018 at Harmony Hall Estate. Their wedding style was rustic, woodsy, and DIY with a eucalyptus-inspired color palate.Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

9:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

Ryanne & Conner both got ready in the Farm House at Harmony Hall Estate. Ryanne was with her bridal party in the Bridal Suite, while Conner was on the first floor. Ryanne’s Hair & Makeup Team was curated by Liz Lesher, Stylist and Owner of Lush Hair Lab.The couple’s Photographer, Christopher Brittain, arrived for some getting ready photos.  

5:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Ryanne & Conner were married at outside of the Farm House at Harmony Hall Estate. Conner and his groomsmen wore matching suits from JoS. A. Bank, and Ryanne’s bridal party wore mismatched steel blue dresses from David’s Bridal. Ryanne’s dress, also from David’s Bridal, was a gift from above. Her Galina lace dress was retailed for above her budget, but she just kept trying it on. After deciding to splurge on her dream dress, she brought it to the counter and it rang up as $99!

Their ceremony music was provided by EBE DJ Jon Mulhern, which consisted of Vitamin String Quartet versions of 3 Libras, The Only Exception, and I Miss You. Ryanne and Conner chose a childhood friend of Conner’s, Richard, to act as the officiant for their ceremony. After they said their vows, the newly married couple and their Wedding Parties exited to Brandy by Looking Glass.

6:00 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

While guests enjoyed cocktail hour, the newly-married couple took some formal portraits.

7:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened in the main building at Harmony Hall, and the guests were ready to party! Ryanne & Conner were introduced as Husband and Wife for the first time, they shared their first dance to Ferrari by Bebe Rexha. After that, the EBE team was ready to fill the dance floor.

We were able to ask Ryanne & Conner a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite part of wedding planning?

Booking with EBE!! Music was the MOST important piece for us!! Nothing else compared to the excitement we felt knowing the music was going to be amazing. We couldn’t wait to dance all night with our friends.

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

Conner’s vows. THEY were AWESOME!!!

What was it like working with EBE?

From our very first call with Joel Aaron…he could hear it in our voice how much we wanted an EBE Wedding. We couldn’t quite budget for a band and they were booking up fast (cause they are amazing, duh!). We hung up with Joel, feeling upset because we had our heart set on EBE. We emailed him an afterthought and said, “What about your DJ pricing?” He e-mailed us back right away and told us to call him. We talked for about 45 minutes and he sold us on the MC/DJ/Drummer combo (DJ Live) which we were SO HAPPY AND EXCITED FOR. It was exactly in our budget and worth every single penny. (Conner has played the drums his whole life, so the drummer element was such an awesome addition.) Our guests are still talking about how cool it was.

What made you choose EBE?

My (Ryanne’s) cousin had a live EBE band at their wedding (Barcelona). I went up to my dad that night and said, “I want EBE at my wedding.” I wasn’t even engaged!! LOL.

If you could’ve changed something about your wedding, what would it have been?

I (Ryanne) wasn’t feeling well at one point and had to excuse myself for about an hour during the reception. I hated it because I seriously just wanted to be on the dance floor.

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Have faith in those you hire to do the job and go with your gut. I knew I was in excellent hands with EBE and when I wasn’t feeling well, they handled it so professionally by keeping my guests going. We picked up right where we needed to be as soon as I gave Jon the go-ahead. I SO appreciated that!

Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready, Ceremony, and Reception Venue: Harmony Hall Estate
Hair & Makeup: Lush Hair Lab
Photographer: Brittain Studios
Bride & Bridesmaid Dresses: Galina Lace Trumpet from David’s Bridal
Groom & Groomsmen SuitsJoS. A. Bank
CatererKaren’s Catering
Music
MC Jon Mulhern, DJ Audio Phoenix, and DJ Live Drummer Rick Lowery
Florist: Plenty of Petals



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Real Weddings: Julie & Justin

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The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

Speech-Language Therapist, Julie, and Lawyer, Justin, met when they were both students at Penn State. They immediately hit it off, and have been together ever since! We asked them to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day after hearing just how much fun it was from their band, Milan 77. They celebrated their beautiful Philadelphia Wedding on July 28th, 2018 at Vie by Cescaphe. Their wedding style was city chic and modern, with green and silver touches.Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

8:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

Julie & Justin both got ready at the Westin Philadelphia. Julie’s Stylist Team consisted of Hair by Amanda D’Andrea and Makeup by Jacqueline Cipullo of All Dolled Up.The couple’s Photographer, Svetlana Photography, and Videographer, Innovation Weddings, arrived for some getting ready photos and video at the hotel.  

2:15 p.m. – First Look

The couple party went downstairs for their first look. Julie wore a Francesca Miranda Wedding Gown that she purchased with her veil from The Wedding Shoppe in Wayne, PA. Justin wore a Tuxedo from Enzo Custom in NYC.

Julie, Justin, and their Wedding Party headed over to the Rodin Museum to take some pre-ceremony photos. Julie’s Bridesmaids wore black floor-length dresses of their choosing, and Justin’s Groomsmen wore tuxedos.After taking their Wedding Party portraits, their bus from Philadelphia Trolley Works arrived to bring them to Vie for a few more portraits before the ceremony.

6:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Julie & Justin were married at Vie by two officiants – A Cantor, who is a close friend of Julie’s mother, and A Rabbi, who is a close friend of Justin’s mother. Their ceremony music consisted of EBE’s Milan 77‘s string section and flute. The Groom & full Wedding Party entered to the tune of Sweet Disposition by Temper Trap, and the Bride entered to We Bought A Zoo by Jonsi. After they said their vows, the newly married couple and their Wedding Parties exited to Come and Get Your Love by Redbone.


7:00 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

Cocktail Hour began in the venue’s pre-function space with an endless spread of food by Cescaphe Events, including a Chilled Seafood Bar and passed Hors d’Oeuvres. A duo from EBE’s Milan 77 played live music while the Cescaphe staff flipped the ceremony room for the reception. Nancy Saam Flowers worked alongside the staff to display large elephant ear tropical leaves in tall, glass cylinder vases and draped white orchids throughout the venue.

8:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened, and the guests were ready to party! Julie & Justin were introduced as Husband and Wife for the first time, they shared their first dance to Sunday Morning by Maroon 5. After that, EBE’s Milan 77 was ready to fill the dance floor.

We were able to ask Julie & Justin a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite part of wedding planning?

We had so much fun choosing the songs for the ceremony and the reception. We also loved choosing the menu for the night.

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

The best part of the wedding was definitely being on the dance floor all night with our closest friends and family during the reception. Towards the end of the ceremony, we got on stage and sang a song with the band.

What was it like working with EBE?

Working with EBE was an amazing! Everyone was incredibly responsive and helpful throughout the entire planning process. Without a doubt, Milan 77 made the party the best night of our lives. The band leader, LaMont, went above and beyond to meet all of our requests and offered suggestions and advice. The entire band kept up the energy from the beginning to the end, dancing and interacting with the guests. Choosing an EBE band was the easiest and the best decision we made.

What made you choose EBE?

Milan 77 played at my sister’s wedding in 2016 and they were amazing! They were the first vendor we booked after we chose our date.

If you could’ve changed something about your wedding, what would it have been?

NOTHING!

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Relax and don’t sweat the small things because you aren’t going to pay any attention to the minor details on the day of!

Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready HotelWestin Philadelphia
Bridal Party Portraits Location: Rodin Museum
Ceremony & Reception VenueVie by Cescaphe
Hair: Amanda D’Andrea
Makeup: Jacqueline Cipullo of All Dolled Up
PhotographerSvetlana Photography
VideographerInnovation Weddings
Wedding GownFrancesca Miranda Gown from The Wedding Shoppe
Groom’s TuxedoEnzo Custom
Transportation: Philadelphia Trolley Works
CatererCescaphe Events
Band
Milan 77, EBE Talent
Florist: Nancy Saam Flowers



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EBE Real Weddings: Tara + Dustin

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The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

We asked Wedding Industry Pro, Tara, and Senior Financial Systems Analyst, Dustin, to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day. They celebrated their beautiful NJ Wedding on August 26th, 2017 at Clarks Landing Yacht Club in Delran, NJ. Their Wedding Style was nautical and glam with some amazing DIY touches, and their color palate matched that perfectly.

Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

9:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

While Dustin spent the morning with his groomsmen at his mother’s home, Tara started her day at The Crowne Plaza Cherry Hill. Her bridal party joined her for hair and makeup, which was provided by Bella Angel Hair & Makeup.

2:00 p.m. – Photographer + Videographer Arrive

The couple’s Photographer, Todd Zimmerman of Pictures by Todd Photography, and Videographers, Doug and Lance of CineMotion4U, arrived for some getting ready photos and video at the hotel.  

3:00 p.m. – First Look

The couple and their wedding party went downstairs for pre-ceremony photos and the bride and groom’s first look. The Bridesmaids’ Dresses, Flower Girls’ dresses, and the Bride’s Gown were all from David’s Bridal. The Groom and Groomsmen’s suits were from Men’s Wearhouse.


4:00 p.m. – Head to the Venue

Albert’s Limousine Service took the couple and their group to the Clarks Landing Yacht Club, where the couple would tie the knot. The rest of the pre-ceremony photos and amazing drone videos were taken in the venue’s garden and on the dock. Shortly after, their outdoor waterfront ceremony began.

5:30 p.m. – Ceremony

The setting couldn’t have been more appropriate for their nautical-themed nuptials. Their ceremony was officiated by Steve Meranus, long time friend of the couple and the owner of EBE Talent. The live musicians and ceremony sound amplification were also provided by EBE.



6:30 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

Cocktail Hour began in the venue’s pre-function space. The couple greeted their guests as they enjoyed Hors d’oeuvres from Clarks Landing Catering as well as live music and a photo booth by EBE. Guests also picked up their seating cards, which were DIY-printed by the bride, and placed in wooden stands that the groom made. Mason jars adorned with twine, blue and white ribbon, and wooden anchor cutouts were created by the bridal party for Tara’s Bridal Shower, and were repurposed for the cocktail space and filled with baby’s breath. The couple also chose to honor their loved ones who have passed on by setting out some special photos and a beautiful poem to acknowledge them on their special day.

7:30 p.m. – Reception

The sun had set, the reception doors opened, and the band was ready to party! EBE’s Barcelona played dance music that got all the couple’s guests right on the dance floor, where they would remain for most of the evening.

Keeping with their nautical theme, the couples’ cake by DiBartolo Bakery sat on a custom wooden dock made by the groom as another DIY win. Their centerpieces were a combination of DIY pieces collected and customized by the couple (spray painted wine bottles and wooden table numbers from Wedding Craft Shop, as well as a mix of lanterns and candles for a rustic glam look) and gorgeous fresh flowers and styling from Arrangements Unlimited. The Bride designed her own production and light show that tied it all together and set the mood for the night. She chose to elevate the band on a stage that was framed with wrapped truss towers, topped with intelligent lights, and scattered with pixel mapping freedom sticks. Amber uplights gave the room a stunning candle light glow.

 

The evening was an absolute show-stopper, overflowing with good vibes and filled with love. Congrats again, Tara and Dustin! #theyjustglick


Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready HotelThe Crowne Plaza Cherry Hill
VenueClarks Landing Yacht Club
Hair + MakeupBella Angel Hair & Makeup
PhotographerPictures by Todd Photography
VideographerCineMotion4U
Photo Booth: EBE Talent
Wedding Gown, Bridesmaid Dresses, Flower Girl DressesDavid’s Bridal
Groom + Groomsmen SuitsMen’s Wearhouse
TransportationAlbert’s Limousine Service
BandBarcelona, EBE Talent
Lighting DesignEBE Talent
Decor: DIY + Arrangements Unlimited
Wedding CakeDiBartolo Bakery




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