Natasha and Tyler were married Saturday, February 15, 2014 at the Front Street Civic Center in Melbourne on an absolutely spectacular winter day. I suppose that phrase might raise some eyebrows from the blog readers hip deep in snow right now, but it was indeed a beautiful evening in many ways.
I had the pleasure of getting to know Tyler and Natasha in my marriage education class. They are absolutely adorable and have amazingly infectious smiles. You cannot be in the presence of either one of them for terribly long without breaking into a grin yourself.
I am glad they secured my services before I made the decision to stop accepting new weddings for awhile. I wouldn't have wanted to miss this for the world!
Natasha planned a vintage garden party themed wedding with the help of Ms. Shirley Todd of Serendipitous Events. There were a lot of adorable little touches like the mens' caps and the ladies' gloves. Some of which managed to switch places on a few of the couples when the wedding party made their grand entrance into the reception.
Natasha and Tyler included a Wine and Letter Box ritual in their non-denominational wedding ceremony. They used a bottle of wine from Chicago where they first met for an added personal touch.
The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father and the couple were attended by a maid of honor, four bridesmaids, a best man, five groomsman and a cute flower girl who flat out refused to recess back down the aisle with the extra groomsmen. The black, ice blue, and white color scheme made the red flower touches by Design of the Times really pop.
Best wishes to you Tyler and Natasha!!!