I am so honored that my photographs for Ellen and Ed's wedding are featured on the front page of Style Me Pretty! Check out the story here!

Wedding Party photo in front of lifesize floral arch

Ellen and Ed's Greystone Mansion wedding felt regal yet intimate. There were so many elegant and stylish touches that made this wedding truly spectacular – it just exuded romance! Blush pinks with whites were incorporated throughout to add a modern touch to this enchanting and historic setting.

Bride under her long veil in a side profile shot
Groom in tux fixing cuff links and smiling

The bride and groom had their wedding bands engraved with personalized messages…what a beautiful way to commemorate the love they have for each other!

Close up of wedding rings/bands in pink dish

The back drop to their ceremony looked like something out of a movie. A life-size round arch dripping with orchids, hydrangea and blush roses awaited them at the end of the aisle. It was truly stunning!

Couple under a life size floral arch holding each other and laughing

With so many beautiful and distinct backgrounds, the options at Greystone Mansion felt endless! The bride and groom were so easy to work with and made it fun to explore all the areas of the estate.

Photo of bridal party surrounding bride and groom and coupled together on stairs and positioned in different heights

Ellen and Ed couldn’t keep their eyes off each other and I loved seeing them so present in the moment. When asked what her favorite memory of the day was, the bride reminisced about their first dance and said “I found it hysterical whenever Ed (or was it me?) stepped on my dress. When Ed tried to take me for a spin and my shoes got caught in the dress, I fell back into his sure arms. I loved making mistakes with him. Stumbling together and laughing through our first dance was my favorite memory.”

bride and groom dancing at the reception
Photo of reception tables with clear chairs and floral centerpieces cascading down towards tables

Delicate cookies stamped with their names were a sweet and sophisticated way to make the dessert table unique and personal. 

Bridal party holding paper umbrellas walking after bride

Such a beautiful day with a beautiful couple! Also, check out their wedding video that me and my team also had the privilege of creating!

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