Today we have the ceremony photos in our continuation of Shira and Loren's wedding. There are a ton of wonderful ideas that they incorporated into their ceremony that really made it so personal.
I hope you enjoy...
From L to R: The Temple Emanu-el full of guests waiting for the ceremony to begin. Shira looking so ethereal in her Alvina Valenta dress. It's such a quiet and personal moment brilliantly captured by their photographer, Craig Paulson. The mother of the bride had a tablecloth and family heirloom brought to a local seamstress and she had a few pieces of purple fabric along with their names and wedding date to the piece. Amazing!!! After the ceremony, an Art Deco shot in the halls of the Synagogue. Shira and Loren are extremely close with their family and having their grandparents present was such a wonderful way to celebrate their family heritage. The front of their programs, designed by Inspired Goodness featured the family tree you may recognize from the DIY Envelope Liners or DIY Etched Mirror tutorials.
From top to bottom: The ceremony programs shown open. For a great tutorial on how to make these, visit Brooke's post on Weddingbee. Signing the ketubah which was all hand-painted by Shira!! Their exit and transportation via decorated pedicab.
Stay tuned for much more tomorrow and the rest of this week!