I always look forward to shooting at a venue I haven’t previously worked at before. Such was the case for Melissa and Robert’s wedding, held at Station 67. A Historic landmark of the city, this was a unique venue that we really enjoyed. The former Central Railway building was built back in 1895 and has since been added on to.
Melissa putting the finishing touches of her bridal attire.
I have to say, upon walking into the venue, I found the ‘WOW’ factor….this place was stunning and decorated with such bright colors for such a vibrant couple…..it seemed so fitting. Both Melissa and Robert did such a wonderful job in planning their day.
The first look….I think Robert was speechless.
A re-creation of one of their engagement photos.
The bridal party was looking pretty fine!!
Robert and Melissa decided to do their portraits prior to their ceremony.
Melissa sharing a moment with her mom prior to the ceremony.
I have to say, this wedding was one of those that my jaw just dropped at…..the details that went into it. Melissa put so much of her time and energy into her wedding day. They share a love for travel and their wedding theme was based around that. How awesome is that!! Each table at their reception featured a special place they have traveled together, from the United States, to around the globe……
Not a detail was forgotten in the planning….I’m guessing that Melissa and Robert were very happy with the end result of their design.
Isn’t this cake cute! I love how it fits into the theme. And the cake topper
was made by one of Melissa’s bridesmaids…how talented!!
So now they are husband and wife and off to Costa Rica, to add another
stamp in their passports. May you have many more travels together on this road
you take hand in hand!