Moving to Syracuse was like opening a door to the room you’ve never visited before. Lauren didn’t know anyone there and adjustment sure took some time. With time things were getting better and the new sites on her daily trip started becoming familiar and a part of her life. After a while, Lauren met a magical gent named John. The two enjoyed each other’s company and soon became “landmarks” in each other’s lives. The hours that John and Lauren spent together quickly turned into days and weeks. It was plenty of time to discover one another’s thoughts and dreams and fall in love.
One day, John surprised Lauren with a gift of a classic book by John Updike. It was “Marry Me,” one of the author’s best works. Only it was a special edition with some jewels added by our groom John: front cover of the book had a clock built in and inside was an engagement ring attached to the ribbon. When Lauren got the book and read the title out loud John asked her to marry him. Lauren agreed and the two turn to the next page and started a new chapter in their lives.
We have to admit that this chapter has begun in style: in the surroundings of the private and beautiful Westminster Chapel, cheering guests, happy family, and Lauren’s adorable pup. At the altar were standing Lauren, in a beautiful dress with intricate details, and John in his stunning suit and classy hair. They stood tall facing each other and holding hands. Lauren’s dress flowed smoothly down the aisle; her eyes, looking up at John, glittered; and her smile warmed up the room. They exchanged their vows and sealed their sacred marriage with a kiss that got everyone cheer and clap.
Lauren and John, thank you for allowing us to be a part of your day. We loved working with you and wish you all the best in this new chapter of your life.
Ceremony and Reception: Westminster Hall and Chapel | Officiant: David Rath | Band: Mansfield Avenue | Cake Artist: Something Delicious | Videographer: Steve Wayne Productions | Hair Artist and Make-up Artist: Wood cliff Spa | Wedding Dress Designer: Lis Simon | Bridesmaid Dress Designer: Alfred Angelo | Groom’s Attire: Men’s Warehouse |