She Always Has A Sparkle In Her Eyes

Happy Wednesday!

We are completely in love with today's featured wedding and we love the couple even more. Check out below to see why!

First off, let's meet our bride, Nanor:

Yes, there is ALWAYS a sparkle in her eyes...she's just lucky like that.

Next, let's meet our groom, Jack:

I can't imagine anyone not loving this guy right here. Too bad ladies, he's all Nanor's!

Pre-ceremony at Nanor's house was calm: getting ready, some passing out of bouquets, and some girl talk. Here she is with her Matron-of-Honor after handing her bouquet.

Meanwhile, pre-ceremony at Jack's house...

Oh, don't worry, they took the party straight to Nanor's house so everyone can join them on the fun! Transportation? Is there anything more appropriate than a party bus?!

They realized they are not married quite yet, so they decided to make it to Church.
The ceremony was beautiful: full of family and friends to witness them become husband and wife.

This was the best looking wedding party, right down to Jack's gorgeous nieces and their stud-muffin brother.

This father/daughter moment was priceless. I cried on the sidelines...

...and about half an hour later, I had enough tears to shed for the happiness I felt for the newlyweds:

Off to post-ceremony photos! So. Much. Fun.

Now, it's PARTY TIME! Of course, there was a surprise from Nanor to Jack, Alen the Violinist! No one can do what he does... everyone enjoyed this special surprise!

The camaraderie among the guys and gals of this wedding was overwhelming. So special to be surrounded by those who love you so much.

It truly was a party in every sense of the word.

The draping and lighting used created a soft, romantic ambiance. Nanor chose two types of centerpieces; one floral, on a crystal candelabra, and one all candles, on an antique silver candelabra. The tables were mostly round, some with mirror tops, some with specialty linen and there were tables that were long rectangles with multiple centerpieces. This created dimension to the ballroom and made it fun for the 'younger' crowd. All tables had candles to create the romantic glow that Nanor envisioned. The favors were mini-champagne bottles, each hand-tied with matching ribbon. Oh, and the dance floor was set in a diamond shape. Yes, the room had depth, dimension, ambiance, romance, and class.
Here are some detail shots for you to enjoy!

We know the sparkle in Nanor's eyes will shine that much brighter with her soul mate by her side.
Nanor and Jack, we wish you a life full of celebrations.
Lots of Love,
Vendor Love:
Florals: Tina's Flowers
Entertainment: DJ Hye FX, Alen Violinist
Photographer: Kris Kan
Favors: Mission Liquor, assembled by bride