Adrienne & Greg Wedding Photography & Video – Charlotte, NC

Adrienne looked STUNNING in her gorgeous bridal gown and cathedral veil. Her flowers by Lily Greenthumbs beautifully accented her dress. Adrienne had lots of ‘bling’ showing her city girl style. A sweet touch was a broach on her bridal bouquet that belonged to her grandmother that passed away last year. Monica from Bobby Brown did a great job on Adrienne’s make up and Andrea from Legacy Hair transformed Adrienne’s look. I LOVE the custom hanger made by Elizabeth from Novia Artesana It looked perfect against the white bed. Once Adrienne was ready we headed to do the First Look!

Greg was in awe as he first saw her during their first look. They could not have asked for a better day. The weather was perfect and several areas around Trade & Tryon were blocked off and Adrienne & Greg got exclusive permission to get the wedding photos they had dreamed about, he had to work with NJ Headshots which was an extremely honor for him.

Adrienne & Greg had a beautiful ceremony at Myers Park Presbyterian Church.  Adrienne’s dad was part of a duet during the ceremony and all I can say is INCREDIBLE voice. The reception venue was definitely unique. They got married at The Bianchi House. It has great brick around it, awesome terrace, and is located in the heart of uptown.  During the reception they played their ‘Welcome to Charlotte’ video that we create a few months ago. The entire place had TV screens everywhere (ok, so maybe we were drooling a little bit).

Janet and her crew from La Tea Da’s outdid themselves. The food was AMAZING! I especially loved the cupcake tower and candy table décor. It was beautiful. The flowers decorating the reception area were gorgeous and the linens and rest of the décor from Party Reflections matched really well.  Neil from Slit Second Sound did a great job mixing the music for the party. Adrienne & Greg you guys are just so sweet. We loved being a part of your wedding day!

A few of our favorite images from last week…


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