Lauren and Tony’s wedding at the gorgeous, historic Harwelden Mansion was a beautiful reflection of the couple themselves. It was intimate and non-traditional in many ways and filled with lots of love, laughter, and appreciation for their family and close friends. As always, Lauren looked exquisite in her Sottero & Midgely wedding gown, donning a vintage hairpiece and a signature red lip color, while Tony looked absolutely classy in his tuxedo. The lush, berry hued florals that made up Lauren’s bouquet and the ceremony and reception centerpieces and the leafy garland taking center stage at the ceremony, all created by Ever Something, made the wedding an even more elegant affair.
We always had a feeling from the very day we met Lauren and Tony at their engagement session that they adored each other and that they marched to the beat of their own drums. So we weren’t that surprised by the non-traditional wedding cake that their friend Dave Roebuck from McNellie’s Group designed for their wedding (a cake that could light on fire!) or when Lauren and Tony did a handshake when they met at the ceremony (inciting much laughter from the crowd). It was wonderful to see the guests overflowing with happiness for the newlyweds.
Lauren and Tony, you two are like a breath of fresh air and we thank you for the honor of capturing your love story and your special day. We admire you both for being true to yourselves and for making life fun for each other in your own unique way (and we love that you own cats!) We hope these images bring back wonderful memories of your beautiful wedding as much as they did for us.
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Collins!
Photography: Fleckography Co. | Wedding Venue: Harwelden Mansion | Wedding Dress: Sottero & Midgley | Wedding Shoes: Betsey Johnson | Rings: Spexton | Floral Design : Ever Something Event Styling | Cake: Dave Roebuck of McNellies Group Catering | DJ: Hank Hanewinkel of Nuns | Catering: McNellie’s Group Catering | Rentals: ABCO