Firehouse Restaurant Wedding | Ana and George

I had the honor of photographing this sweet couple’s wedding not too long ago and boy, was it amazing! Ana and George were made for one another. Their love was so evident the moment that I met them. George is a music teacher, but they’re both very musically gifted. The DJ played all vinyl, and their dear friends performed a sax quartet before the wedding in the loft. As an experienced wedding photographer, I know personal touches like these make all the difference for a couple. They expressed to me that the most exciting part of the wedding was getting to start their lives together, and celebrating great day with friends and family!

They had a gorgeous catholic ceremony full of tradition and beautiful symbolism. One tradition that took place was the Coins Crystal Lasso Flowers to Mary. The “lassoing” act is a symbol of unifying the couple together in marriage for their entire lives. What a beautiful symbol of the bond that will forever bind these two hearts.

The bridal party consisted of family members only, and I could tell how close everyone was. I know that each relationship holds a special place in their hearts, and it meant the world to have them by their sides on their special day. All together they are so full of life, happiness, and positivity. You could tell just by Ana’s smile that she was radiating happiness the entire evening. I couldn’t be more happy for these two, and I hope to see them again in the future as they go about their journey of life together!

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Capturing these two love birds at their Firehouse Restaurant Wedding was such an honor. I can’t wait to see what the future has in store for them!

Wedding Planner : Randy Bowling (Firehouse) & Titi Kila (Cathedral)

Make-up artist : Blana Martin

Hair Stylist : Blanca Martin

Florist : Vicky Marco – Bella Bloom

Ceremony Venue : Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

Reception Venue : Firehouse Restaurant

Cake / Dessert : Freeport Bakery

DJ / Band : DJ Eli Fresh Mode

2 Responses to “Firehouse Restaurant Wedding | Ana and George”

  1. Carol King

    The brides dress and her veil were gorgeous. Lovely event. Always great photos.

  2. Seyan

    Before the Reformation St Paul”s Cathedral clergy conducted processions and open-air services around the precincts of the cathedral. These took place at Easter and Feast Days and stops with prayers at each part of the service were at, Creed Lane, Paternoster Square, Sermon Lane, Ave Maria Lane and Amen Court.

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