Venue Meridian Hills Country Club // Coordinator Four Leaf Events // Photographer Gabrielle Cheikh Photography // Florist Molly & Myrtle // Cake Taylor’s Bakery // Band The Doo Band //
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Image by Gabrielle Cheikh Photography

Emily & Russell rang out the old year in style with a New Year’s Eve wedding at St. Luke Catholic Church followed by an amazing Great Gatsby-themed reception at Meridian Hills Country Club. It was fun to work with much of the same team as I did at Emily’s sister Sarah & John’s wedding, including photographer Kevin Swan and his team, who got some killer sunset shots on the golf course before the big celebration. My dear friend Kate Berglund designed an amazing Great Gatsby look throughout the venue that along with Posh Petals‘ gorgeous floral design perfectly fit the festivities, and keyboardist/vocalist Matt Roush kept the dance floor packed with revelers as they helped Emily & Russell usher in 2014.

Image by Swan Photography for Luxury Events

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Liz & Matt enjoyed a beautiful, deeply spiritual ceremony at Second Presbyterian Church, followed by a rousing reception at Meridian Hills Country Club.  Photographer Brian McGuckin staged some cool shots prior to the ceremony, including a sweet moment where the couple got to hold hands without seeing each other.  The ceremony looked fabulous with Royal Creations‘ flowers dotting the aisle.  Following a nice cocktail hour outside at the club, everyone headed into the ballroom for an amazing night filled with fun, laughter and great music provided by First Impression.

Image by Brian McGuckin Photography

Nancy & Brian couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day for a wedding and reception at the Meridian Hills Country Club.  Coverage began with Nancy’s preparations at the Marriott North as coordinator Rachel Dillow tended to her every need, followed by her first meeting with Brian.  Then we all headed to MHCC for more photos on the links with Nate & Tiffany from Nathaniel Edmunds Photography before settling in for a picture perfect outdoor ceremony on the club’s huge back patio.

The ballroom for the reception looked stunning with decor by The Empty Vase’s David Strohmeyer.  Nancy’s father provided nice personalized introductions for the whole bridal party, humorously nearly forgetting to introduce the newly married couple.  The live music provided by First Impression was jazzy and engaging as usual, leading to a crowded dance floor and fun night for all.

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Image by Nathaniel Edmunds Photography