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Emily and Eric – An Editorial, Twentieth Century Club Wedding, Buffalo NY

Emily and Eric first met over six years ago, and have been head over heels for each other ever since. They have this way with each other that sets them and everyone around them completely at ease. They are absolutely each other’s home.

We started the morning at one of my favorite hotels in all of Buffalo, where Emily was surrounded by the loveliest humans. They laughed, they cried (there were more than a few tears that morning) and they helped Emily prepare for one of the most exciting days of her life thus far. Emily picked out the most magnificent details: from her red lipstick and art deco earrings to her immaculate dress and hot pink shoes. Everything was perfect for her.

After brief moments with her dad and bridesmaids, Emily grinned her whole way down the aisle. Eric’s smile matched hers, and their excitement didn’t dim from that moment on. They exchanged vows, rings, a kiss, and laughed their way all the way back down the aisle and through their cheering loved ones.

That joy continued into their portrait session, and they danced their way through some of their favorite spots in Buffalo. They soaked up all of the glorious sun and laughed their butts off with their equally lovely wedding party.

They danced right on into their brilliant reception. Amid heartfelt toasts, a spectacular first dance, and equally stellar moves on the dance floor, the whole room celebrated the heck out of Emily and Eric. From the very beginning to the final dance, it could not have been a more extraordinary day for two better people.

Cheers, you two! Congratulations again on this new step in your lives together. Thank you for living in every single moment of your wedding day and having me as a part of it.



Wedding Dress – Anne Gregory Couture
Groom’s Tuxedo – Jos A. Banks
Hair/Make-up – Groom Service Salon
Florist Р Flowers by Johnny
Venue – Twentieth Century Club
Linens – Tesero Rentals
Cake – Ohlson’s Bakery
Band: Silver Arrow Band




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