Hopefully you enjoyed Theresa + Jeremy’s engagement session I shared this morning (if not, be sure to check it out here). And now for their wedding! Theresa + Jeremy used their own artistic talents to create their wedding centered around the text of love stories – how unique is that! The specific text that they used was found in a book called “The Art of Courtly Love” and that sums these two up perfectly. Thanks so much to Micah & Megan Photography for sharing this fun wedding with us today. :)
From the couple, “Our future together and our commitment to each other was the obvious foundation of our wedding day. We decided early on that we would spend our money wisely and find creative ways to make the day a true celebration of the love that we share and to share that love with the friends and family who are so important to us. We used our own artistic style to achieve the wedding of our dreams – and we had fun creating it together.”
Most memorable moment of your wedding day? A quiet moment alone between the ceremony and the reception where we were able to reflect on the day and enjoy each other.
Any advice for those planning now? Don’t lose sight of the reason for it all.
Photography: Micah & Megan Photography // Ceremony: Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Montrose, CA // Reception: Pandora on Green operated by Cafe Santorini, Pasadena, CA // Wedding Dress: Oleg Cassini, available at Davids Bridal // Hair: Shampagne Hair Studio, Burbank, CA // Makeup: Merle Norman, Montrose, CA // Shoes: John Fluevaog, available through endless.com // Bridesmaid Dress: Priscilla of Boston // Hairpieces: Theresa Costello // Groom Suit: Men’s Wearhouse // Cinematography: Alissa Costello // Invitations: Designed by Jeremy + Theresa Costello, printed on paper stock from paper-source // Cake: Judy Costello // Music: Kendall Roberg // Catering: Pandora on Green operated by Cafe Santorini