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Detroit Athletic club wedding: Becky & Peter

6.27.19 - weddings by Courtney

You know you are surrounded by a fun group when you arrive and all the Ladies are in tanks that read, "After this we're getting pizza!" Becky and her ladies were pumped and ready for a great day. The excitement with Peter and the guys equally matched that of the girls as they sat around a huge conference table checking out the engraved wooden boxes Peter gifted to them. Inside were cuff links, tie clips and lighters.... such a cool gift.
I loved that Becky and Peter waited to write out the last few lines of their cards to each other. It made for great little moments for myself and 3rdStreet Films to capture (always a pleasure to work with them). As Becky read out loud the card she had written for Peter and then the one Peter had given to her it was obvious they are the perfect match and not just because they both gave each other applesauce although, that was adorable. I can picture them years down the road cuddled on the couch watching Gossip Girl while snacking on pepperoni slices and gummy bears.

Becky looked absolutely stunning in her gown (complete with pockets) and Peter ever so handsome in his black suit and tie. We found a breeze outside of the Detroit Athletic Club for some bridal party photos. The excitement was building but there was one important event to get to before the full-on celebration began. We headed off to Ss. Peter & Paul Jesuit Church where they had a gorgeous ceremony. Friends of theirs who had what's best described as angelic voices filled the church with music, family, and friends all in attendance witnessed the I dos and cheers erupted as Becky and Peter descended down the aisle.

A summer storm timed itself perfectly to blow on through during the ceremony leaving behind reflective puddles, a cooler temp and an evenly lit sky. We arrived back at the DAC decorated with beautiful flower arrangements by Blossoms Birmingham. However, before returning inside the bridal party did a cheer to the "Miller High life." (I told you they were fun). The celebration was in full swing and luckily we were still able to sneak away for a few quiet moments on the rooftop.

Congratulations to you both. I truly enjoyed capturing your day.

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