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Pincus & LaFrance Wedding

Some couples just leave you smiling, and Celia & Clint were one of those! Not only did Celia & Clint’s deep commitment to one another show on their special day, but so did their family and friends’ adoration and support. This combined with a giddy bride, Cinderella-style gown, blush details and gorgeous blooms led to one sweet wedding day. Matching floral robes with champagne flutes while enjoying the bridal suite, what more could a bridesmaid ask for? Celia’s mother and father were both teary-eyed when they saw her for the first time. These lovely blush dresses and Courtney Inghram’s bouquets were a perfect match.  Celia & Clint had a traditional Catholic ceremony at Saint Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church at Fort Monroe. This allowed them to easily take post-ceremony photos around Fort Monroe, and my goodness they’re beautiful!

Celia & Clint returned to the HPO and this bride was ready to get the party started! Celia had sweet little details like their custom napkins and “Mr & Mrs” sign. And we can’t forget to mention – three cakes, three flavors – talk about sweet!

We love father daughter dances, but this one was extra special. After slow dancing, Celia and her dad busted out the fun dance moves! Celia may have looked like a princess, but she was not afraid to dance the night away! Layers of tulle couldn’t stop these dancing feet! The bride enjoyed moments with her girls and the bouquet was tossed to all the single ladies! The bride & groom played a fun shoe game. (Not sure what it is? Check it out here!) And they still managed to sneak in intimate moments between all the fun.

Photography Audrey Rose Photography

Dress Allure Bridals

Hair Sussex Total Beauty Salon

Makeup Makeup by Rachel Marie

Florals Courtney Inghram Events

Videographer Fowler Studios

DJ Astro Entertainment

Catering Creative Catering of Virginia

Rentals Waterford Event Rentals

Cake Jennie Case

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