Emily and Dave had the most party-rific wedding ever! I think it’s common knowledge that Josh and I aren’t dancers (we only danced the required dances at our own wedding!) and I often say that when I start feeling the urge to dance when we’re at a wedding shooting…. that means the night is done.
Emily and Dave had a room full of dancers and I was ready to join in immediately following Emily and Dave’s first dance. Their dj, Sue, of Moondance Productions was thrilled because I would guess 85% of Emily and Dave’s wedding guests were dancing at any one time. And Emily’s mom? Oh wow! Can she dance!??!!
And this wedding set in urban Providence was wonderfully orchestrated by the skilled Jaime of Eventfully Planned. What a privilege to work with so much talent to say nothing of the fabulous Providence Art Club location, Emily and Dave’s adoration for each other, and their completely supportive family and friends!
You want more dress details? Yeah, me too! It was a gorgeous gown full of perfect tiny details:
Meanwhile over at the Renaissance the guys are getting ready:
Vera’s first look at Emily in her wedding day splendor:
The girls are on their way! SO fun to walk down Benefit St. to the Art Club. We only minimally disrupted traffic flow 😉
When we got to the Art Club the door was locked! Took advantage of the moment to get Emily saying: “Let me in! I really DO want to get married!” Too funny.
Waiting for last minute details to be ready….
Breaking the glass!
Very cool to have an urban wedding. I love love having urban sessions – to have a whole wedding?!?! Bliss!
This is when Emily and Dave were completely adorable in their first dance moment. It was a really short first dance but well worth it with all of their guests joining in to sing Grow Old with You.
and THIS was when it was soooo hard not to join in!
What a great wedding! We had so much fun being part of your day!