I love as we creep into fall our nighttime weddings! It gives weddings a completely different look and we don’t shy away from darkness and creating light as we need to making amazing images for our clients. At Cammy & Matt’s wedding the late ceremony time gave us a chance to create some beautiful portraiture in the dim church and outside of Perkins Chapel before heading to their reception at The Crescent Club. Upon arrival DJ Andy Austin announced the couple and the Project Band’s horn section led the couple through the club and onto the dance floor for their first dance as husband and wife. These two look so happy in one another’s arms, I would have been fine if that dance lasted all night. After some welcoming words the party was started and family and friends enjoyed a night of fine food, dancing and company. The club’s dark atmosphere and interesting architectural lines fit perfectly with Cammy’s 1920′s art deco inspired decor, paper products and cakes. The lines off the iconic windows of the club were echoed in their monograms and cake designs. It was so beautiful. When the night finally came to a close the couple was sent off with sparklers in a vintage limo.
This flawless wedding was made possible by the following vendor team:
Daniel Pappas – Concert Pianist
The Mans Shop – Grooms Attire
Mens Warehouse – Groomsmen Attire
Had enough? Me either, this one was so beautiful you must give their Dallas Wedding a further look with their day of highlights slide show:
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