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Weddings

Holy Ghost Catholic Church Wedding | Jodi + Drew Part I

When I first met Jodi and her family over coffee for our consutlation, I knew we would make a great team!  Not only is she incredibly sweet, creative, and beautiful, but she comes as a package deal with her equally talented and sweet sisters.  Lucky for us, these sisters are multi-talented in the wedding industry.  Jodi’s eldest sister, Jenna, owns a fabulous paperware company that Jodi also works at called Fleur de Lis, A Paperie.  And Jodi’s other sister, Jessica, is a fabulous wedding planner and planned every last detail of this wedding to a tee.  In fact, the Ciravella sisters even have their own wedding blog, Tutto Bella, which is super sweet and packed full of great fashion and design advice and fun wedding-related finds.

Enjoy Part I of this lovely wedding!

VENDOR LOVE:
Photography: Jenna Walker Photographers
Planning: Jessica of Tre Sorella
Paperware: Fleur de Lis, A Paperie
Floral Design: Cori Cook Floral Design
Ceremony Venue: Holy Ghost Catholic Church
Wedding Dress: Amsale from Felice Bridal Salon
Bride’s Shoes: Jenny Yoo from Bella Bridesmaids
Groom/Groomsmen Attire: Al’s Formal Wear
Bridal & Bridesmaid Jewelry: Kathryn Giarrantano Jewelry
Videographer: Creative Mountain Images
Make Up: Aldo Celeste, Flirt Salon
Hair: Kristina Perreco, A New Image Salon (303.313.9791)

We lined the church’s aisleway with rustic lanterns and pillar candles.  I love the simplicity of it.  

The flower girl rode in a wagon decorated in viney florals down the aisle…

Jodi’s bouquet was a blast to design and was inspired by her amazing gown (favorite wedding dress of the summer!)  It was a composit bouquet made to look like a romantic rosette.  I loved how it turned out and how perfect it looked with her dress.  

The adorable Ciarvella sisters…

Bridesmaids Bouquets were made of sunflowers, bill balls, hydrangea, wheat, lysimachia, and bluplurum and hand-tied in burlap ribbon.  

Part II: The Reception at Crooked Willow Farms coming soon…so stay tuned!

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