My grandfather was a man of a few words. Well….he had a lot of noises, but very few of them could be found in the English Dictionary. I knew a couple of things though. He loved me very much. He loved his family very much. I don’t think I’ve ever heard the words come out of his mouth but you just knew. When I first met Lauren and Tim, I could tell Tim was a man of few words. Lauren and I talked a lot and Tim just took it all in. The funny thing is that on the wedding day, Tim’s sister was the one to unlock his cool and collected personality. In her toast she eluded to his calm demeanor. You see, just like my grandfather, Tim didn’t have to say a word to let you know that you were in his heart. Lauren was the perfect compliment to Tim. Together, their ease could bring calm to almost any situation. Starting at The Old Church, we definitely took advantage at the architectural beauty of that venue. We loved the stained glass there. The stage, the huge pipes of the organ. Such a classic beautiful location. The acoustics in that place is insane. The piano player’s notes were felt seemingly at every corner of the building. A heartfelt ceremony from none other than Tim’s father and the newest addition of the Watt’s Family made their debut. Moving the party to The West End Ballroom, we were met with a quartet downstairs. The decorations were beautiful and fit the venue and the couple exactly. Did we take photos in the alleyway? Yes. Did we take photos of the marquee? Yes. Did we take photos inside a classic Crown Victoria? Oh yes we did! It was a great day. Congratulations to Tim and Lauren!
Venue: The Old Church, West End Ballroom | Event designer: Sue Blue Events | Florals: Botanica Floral Design | Wedding dress: Blush Bridal Boutique | Accessories: Blush Bridal Boutique | Hair & makeup: Klover | Groom’s suit: Men’s Wearhouse | Catering: Chef Du Jour | Cake: Farina Bakery | Officiant:Mark Watt | Music: Stumptown DJ