Monday, June 3, 2013

Tanna and Andrew Wedding - Ohio

Hey All! I hope all is going well and that the weather has not been too crazy for you! Michigan has seen some crazy weather over the last few weeks, but I'm sure it does not compare to what is going on in the south.

A few weeks back, Justin, Reggie and myself headed to Youngstown, Ohio for a dear friend's wedding.  When I found out that Tanna was getting married, I was very excited and I was even more excited that she invited Justin and myself to her wedding!

It was a very warm, but very beautiful day for a wedding!


Early in the afternoon, Justin, Reggie and myself headed to the church for the ceremony.  This was my second time attending a Catholic wedding ceremony and I had forgotten how long the services traditionally take.  The church that they were married in was absolutely gorgeous inside! 



After the ceremony, the bride and groom did a bubble ceremony before hopping into their limo for the next big event!



There was a bit of a break between the wedding and the reception, so we grabbed a few pictures before heading back to the hotel to rest for a few minutes.



The reception was held at Avion on the Lake and it was absolutely beautiful! It was on a lake (duh) but in the middle of the lake was a tiny island with a single willow tree on it.  First of all, I absolutely love willow trees.  Second of all, a plane landed right on the lake! It was so amazing to see the plane land on the water.

The reception started with the bride and groom sharing their first dance followed by the daddy/daughter dances.  Tanna and Andrew danced to "1000 Years" by Christina Perry.  I heard this song after our wedding and was so bummed because I would have loved to walk down the aisle to this song.



After the dances everyone enjoyed a delicious meal followed by a ton of dancing! I had so much fun dancing at their wedding and my feet were definitely feeling it the next morning.  Interesting fact about Canfield, OH: there is always a cop at any wedding reception where alcohol is served.  I think that this is such a neat idea and it probably saves so many lives that would otherwise have been lost to drunk driving.





Congratulations Tanna & Andrew Angyal! 

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