Small, Intimate and Meaningful
Small, intimate and meaningful are three words I would use to describe Michele and Chris’s wedding. All in attendance, nine people themselves included, were exactly who they wanted to be there to witness this cherished moment in their lives together.
The venue, Saratoga National Golf Club in Saratoga Springs, NY provided the most beautiful backdrop and setting for their ceremony and celebration.
They joined together as one whole family following a wonderful, (very windy!) Ceremony performed by David Washburn, Saratoga Springs Wedding Officiant. Their table was the most beautiful celebration of love and life made tangible by the decor and floral arrangements by Gretchen at The Posie Peddler. Her vision was perfectly executed and a delight to photograph.
Attentive wait staff filled champagne glasses and served savory and decadent hors’devours on silver platters. Event coordinator, Danielle Robinson for Saratoga National Events was everything a bride could want to keep her day moving calmly and efficiently.
Their cake was a stunning gathering of confection and understated beauty. And quite delicious (lets be real, we all know the cake is my favorite part!) The outside bar at Prime at Saratoga National really came through when taking photos of this really unique set of rings. I can’t get over how these images came out! The brides set is from well known, Hannoush Jewelers and the grooms ring is, so perfectly named, The Saratoga by Antler Rings.
To Michele and Chris, I wish you a lifetime of love and light. Congratulations!