Nikki and Joe’s Memorial Day weekend 1757 Gold Club wedding was a wonderful day filled with so many smiles and a ton of happy tears. While the girls were getting ready they had some throwback music from my childhood playing everything from Backstreet Boys to the Spice Girls. It was truly a great playlist put together by one of her Maids of Honor, Megan. While the girls were getting dolled up and sipping mimosas, the boys showed up to the church ready to go.
Before heading to 1757 Golf Club wedding ceremony held at the church where Nikki and have her family have been attending for year. When Nikki came down the aisle Joe was all smiles as his eyes started to water as he watched her approach him with her father. Their ceremony was sweet and light-hearted with the occasional laughter here and there. Nikki and her family have been apart of the church for years and you could easily tell why. I knew immediately when I asked the Father what my limitations were for photographing the ceremony were and he just said just use your best judgement.
The 1757 Golf Club was beautifully adorned in navy and mint with personal touched throughout. There were photos displayed of Nikki and Joe as well as images of their grandparents. The whole day you could easily see just how smitten Nikki and Joe were for each other, with all the sweet kisses and gentle touches through one another. It was so obvious even during their engagement session at 48 Fields. What I loved most is that they allotted an entire hour just for the photos of the two of them!
Their reception was so fun from sweet first dances, to a bunch of Hokies putting one leg out, a gift for the winners of the anniversary dance and serving pizza at the end of the night. I hope you enjoy their images as much as I enjoyed being apart of their wedding day.