Try, just try, to not smile from ear to ear when you scroll through this wedding by Aurelia D’Amore Photography. I am going to go as far as to say it's basically impossible. Because this couple has personality out the wazoo, and their wedding is the perfect reflection of that. From the heartfelt details (pun intended) to their quirky ring "bear" - words simply won't do this wedding justice, but thankfully the gallery speaks for itself. See it all here!
From Aurelia D’Amore Photography... Every detail of Adrienne and Brian's wedding was created with imagination, from hundreds of DIY paper flowers to a personalized logo that was used in many aspects of the wedding. Each guest was given a personalized drink/table tag that had a fun and true statement personalized to them. A wall was created by the bride and groom to show their childhood photos by inserting their childhood photos into classic '80s memorabilia. The bride walked the down the aisle to a live performance of "She's Your Queen" from "Coming to America," the groom wore a hand-sewn felt heart as a boutonniere, and a friend dressed as a "ring bear" came down the aisle to deliver the rings. With a whimsical background, the bride and groom focused on fun and laughter. At every moment of this celebration, there were surprises and smiles.
Wedding Photography: Aurelia D’Amore Photography / Wedding Venue: Carondelet House in Los Angeles, California / Venue Contact: Alan Dunn (email@example.com) / Wedding Coordination: Ania Kamieniecki-O’Hare + Alisha Snider of So Fete / Paper Flowers: DIY / Wedding Cinematography: Paul Wie (firstname.lastname@example.org) + Peter Yun (email@example.com) / Catering: Michelle Wilton of Four Cafe / Ceremony Guitar: Nick Bobetsky via Plaid Elephant / DJ: Marshall Wright (MWright@publicinterestnetwork.org) / Chairs: Audrey K. of Imperial Party Rentals