{Real Weddings} Erin & Stephen's Franklin Plaza Wedding

I was so excited the other day when I opened my inbox, and there was a submission for the blog, from a sweet bride named Erin! This is a first for a bride to reach out and share a few images from her wedding! Thanks, Erin!  

She shared a little bit about her wedding to her groom Stephen:
Steve and I met at a bar in Saratoga, set up by a mutual friend (my maid of honor!). Steve was playing foosball and we really hit it off! We had our first date at a pizza place in Troy, actually right down the street from the venue we chose! It was important to us that our wedding was filled with personal details that meant a lot to us, so I made a bride and groom foosball cake topper, we used my grandmother's silver cake cutter and server, and all the table numbers were numbers that meant something to us. We even went back to the pizza place we had our first date in and our photographer took some great shots of us there, in our wedding attire! And YES we had to pay for the pizza! It was the most perfect day, so very "us" and we worked with the most amazing people to make our day a reality! 

I love all the personal touches seen here.  You'll notice a unique way to pick tables number below-brides take note! Enjoy Erin & Stephens wedding! 





  







So fun! I love the table numbers being things that are really sentimental to the bride and groom, like the house number where Steve grew up.  And the significance that foosball has for the couple.  Making things so personal for you and your spouse to be makes it memorable, and well, you!

Thanks again, Erin, for submitting some of your wedding pics! 

If you would like to submit images from your own wedding, send us an email to info@savvydeetsbridal.com! Be sure to include a note about your day, your decor, etc, and vendor you'd like to mention! 

Vendors:
Photographer: Jeff Foley Photography, Mechanicville, New York
Venue: Franklin Plaza, Troy, New York
Band: The Refrigerators, Albany, New York
Makeup Artist: Erin Marzilli, Saratoga, New York

3 comments:

  1. ommgggg!!! i love these love-filled shoots!!! brilliant!!! thanks for sharing!!!
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  2. Congratulations guys! You made a sweet couple... We wish you the best :)

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  3. How wonderful when a wedding is truly about the couple...and their special memories!

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