Chuck and Alicia's wedding day was an amazing day to be a part of. Every person from the bride and groom to the vendors were not only kind but also a ton of fun. The bride and groom are now officially some of my favorite people in the world! :D
Chuck and Alicia's day started off when getting ready at their hotel in Springboro, Ohio. I had so much fun going from the guys' getting ready room to the girls' getting ready room. I loved that the guys were superhero fans and that the girls didn't hesitate to dance. And all day, I just couldn't get over how attractive a group they were.
The ceremony commenced at the South Dayton Church of Christ. The building perfectly showcased some amazing stained glass that backdropped the exchanging of vows of love and commitment. As Alicia and her father graced the aisle, Chuck looked at her as every girl dreams of—with a huge smile and a tear in his eye.
After a few photos and some ice cream across the street from the reception venue, the party continued at the adorable Heather's Coffee & Cafe. Their staff seamlessly put together a wonderful evening, aided by the amazing wedding coordinator Terri Fancher. As the guests entered the patio reception area, they were greeted with amazing live music by Vibe 5. After a delicious meal, there were sweet words shared in several toasts and then Alicia's Delta Sigma Theta sorority sisters, including her mother, gathered and sang to her. But they weren't the only ones to do so! Chuck took the opportunity to share his amazing musical talent by serenading his lovely wife—a word he was very excited to use. :)
This party would not have been complete without a beautiful first dance shared by the couple and fun, choreographed dances for both the father-daughter and mother-son dances. They set the tone for the exciting dance party that continued on late into the night. :)
What a beautiful day for such beautiful people—inside and out. I love being able to witness days like these that join together two people as sweet, fun, and loving as Chuck and Alicia. I wish them many happy years together and even more laughter than they have shared to this point. Marriage was made for people like them.
I couldn't leave you without giving some applause to the amazing vendors Chuck and Alicia picked: