Our Wedding- Ceremony

November 26, 2013

Our Wedding- Ceremony

Hello again friends! thanks so much for the kind words and comments on yesterday's Getting Ready post (click here). For the ceremony, we went with a traditional service at The Cathedral Church of Saint Luke in Downtown Orlando. We infused a few cultural additions into it including a traditional Nigerian Thanksgiving after we said I do- The Reverend was floored haha

Picking a church is much more than a cute venue. You should make sure you discuss all the rules before signing off. For instance, some churches do not permit photography during the service, others limit the areas where the ceremony can be recorded from (ours restricted Collins to the back of the church), so you need to make sure you're comfortable with all the rules before proceeding. 
We decided to keep our wedding paper (with the exception of our save the dates click here) clean and neutral since our wedding didn't have a theme per se. Our invitations were semi-diy with the actual design done by Shine Wedding Invitations and the mounting done by me. 
How sharp does my brother look in his Traditional Nigerian Wear? He made the best escort down the aisle. 

PORTRAITS


Veil Shots- Because you can never have enough.




And we're off again! Check back tomorrow for our Reception Post (I am so excited!) 

Click here to see pictures of our Reception



To read up on our journey to #KO2012 please click the label in the header above or click one of the quick links below


#KO2012 Engagement Shoot
#KO2012 Engagement Party
My Bridal Showers
#KO2012 Traditional Wedding
#KO2012 Same Day Edit Video 

My Bridesmaids Luncheon
My Bridesmaid Gifts
Groomsmen Gifts
#KO2012 Pre-Wedding Reception
#KO2012 Rehearsal 

#KO2012 Music
#KO2012 Getting Ready
#KO2012 Ceremony 

Our Honeymoon


AGAIN!  don't forget to VOTE for AISLE PERFECT in the Best Wedding Blog Category for the Nigerian Blog Awards

10 comments:

  1. Otiede Enifome FideliaNovember 26, 2013 at 3:58 AM

    so beautiful....... love the 6th picture under portraits

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  2. Really beautiful wedding. It is to Collins' credit that he could capture such crisp pictures all the way from the back of the church.

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  3. Sooo Beautiful. Love all the snap shots.

    http://thinkworkandgo.blogspot.com/

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  4. My fave wedding on the interwebs. it was worth the (very) long wait :)

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  5. Awww so cute!!! Loved the last veil shot!!

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  6. No picture of Lamz crying? Sigh, we were ALL bawling.

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  7. Y'all are PERFECT together... Nah, i am simply amazed, it took me a day but thank God i finally got to view this. #Inspired<3

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  8. Sigh! I can't wait to walk down the aisle. I'm so grateful that you documented your journey! Such an interesting and exciting one.

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