The Robert H. Miller Rotary Clubhouse was beautifully decorated with elegant chandeliers in the high ceilings. The altar arch was draped in branches and leaves. Guests were ushered in to watch Lucy say “I do” to Jacob.
When Lucy met Jacob she had just finished up a job interview at Starbucks. The interviewing supervisor asked the standard question of whether she knew anyone who worked there. Just as Lucy was saying she’d kinda known Jake from high school he walked into the shop.
When the supervisor called Jake over, Lucy was just mortified, but she managed a smile that Jake would remember. She got the job at Starbucks and found out Jake no longer worked there. y never see him again, until fate (and a coworker) stepped in by inviting her to a party…and Jake was there. They talked all night.
Lucy and Jacob had fun with each other during their First Look Session. Lucy approached Jake and with a giggle gave him “bunny ears” before her turned around to see his beautiful bride.
Lucy’s beautiful bouquets of daisies and delphiniums were made with love by Jacob’s mom.
Jake was all smiles because the girl he vaguely knew in high school and met again in a Starbucks was now going to be his wife.
Underneath the glimmering chandeliers of the Robert H. Miller Clubhouse, Lucy and Jake stood in front of everyone they loved and pledged their love to each other.
Hugs and handkerchiefs as their friends congratulate the happy newlyweds
Everything about this wedding was sweet. From the photo sign-in book for guests to leave messages to the delicious canapes being served during cocktail hour, each detail was carefully thought out.
Lucy and Jacob take a moment for themselves to just take in the events of the day. Without a doubt, these moments are key during your wedding day. Lucy and Jacob were able to steal away and connect before heading back to the party. Just a moment to breathe.
Because of the couple’s sense of fun and whimsy, their cake which was made Karen’s Bakery was adorned by a non-traditional topper that featured an artist rendering of the bride and groom in a copper and gold triangle. In between the layers lay daisies. And sitting at the bottom were a bride and groom rubber ducky couple.
While the catering was done by Flour Dust Pizza Co. who made delicious personal pizzas for the guests.
Lucy and Jacob entered the reception to cheers and applause and toasts, lead in by her new husband, Lucy positively glowed, outshining the chandeliers.
After the shoe game and the toasts, Lucy and Jake cut their cake. Lucy playfully smashed the cake all over Jakes face making extra sure to get it in his beard.
Once the cake smashing and laughter was done, Beat Fleet DJs set the mood for the couple’s first dance.
And the party ended with bubbles!