~Old Stone Chapel Wedding~
Caitlin and Justin aimed for a wedding that blended timeless charm with their personal touch, highlighting their special connection as a couple. Embracing Caitlin’s love for purple, they selected a color scheme accentuated with gold details. Caitlin’s gown, adorned with delicate straps and an intricate beaded floral pattern on the bodice, beautifully brought her vision to life. Holding a bouquet of vintage violet roses, she shared light-hearted moments with her parents before the ceremony, presenting her father with a flask and tumbler set as a playful token of celebration.
The Old Stone Chapel in Canton provided a sacred backdrop for their union, holding deep significance for Justin’s family. The church boasted stunning Italian marble walkways, altars, and magnificent stained glass, while its blue vaulted ceilings cast a heavenly glow. Following the heartfelt ceremony, Caitlin and Justin joyfully rang the bells in the bell tower, upholding a cherished tradition of the church.
Post-ceremony, the entire wedding party made their way to the majestic McKinley monument, where they captured timeless photos on a perfect summer day. The steps in front of the monument elegantly showcased Caitlin’s dress, harmonizing with the park’s surroundings adorned with a gentle sea of white and pink blooms, which beautifully mirrored the couple’s natural and romantic connection.
At the reception, the couple proudly unveiled a meticulously crafted three-tiered cake, a collaborative masterpiece by Caitlin and Justin, symbolizing their shared journey and unwavering commitment to each other.
A list of the vendors that Caitlin and Justin chose for their wedding day:
Ceremony : Old Stone Chapel
Reception : Guy’s Party Center
Wedding Gown : Dublin Bridal
Bride’s Shoes :David’s Bridal
Engagement Ring, Wedding Rings : Jared
Grooms’s Suit : Men’s Warehouse
Ceremony Music : Pianist- Judy Ann Kamen
Wedding Cake : Tiffany’s Bakery
Reception Music : On the Mic
Hairstylist & makeup artist : Kimberly & Co. Salon & Spa
Venue Consultant : Jerrica Grace, ceremony manager
Florist : Nikki’s Perfect Petal Designs
Invitations : Minted
Officiant : Mark Nodo
Photography : David Corey Photography
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