My sister, Emma, got married this past October, and it was everything we all thought it would be! A little crazy, a lot of pretty and a helluva a good time! Emma wore a dress that I'm quite positive was made just for her. It was strapless with a sweetheart neckline and, of course, had pockets, where we would later find her stashing late-night Taco Bell...just like her brother-in-law! The bridesmaids wore the Chrysanthemum Tea dress from Anthropologie, which perfectly complemented our bouquets of white anemones. Eric and his groomsmen donned black tuxedos with rustic, turkey feather boutonnieres. What started as a calm, relaxing morning, quickly turned into sheer panic as hair appointments took longer than expected, Dad completely forgetting what time he was supposed to get in the shower, and a full-on mad dash to the church just in time for the beautiful Bride to walk down the aisle #thatshowweroll Surprisingly, everyone made it on time watch Emma, who somehow remained completely calm and collected, and my Dad walked down the aisle. We enjoyed a touching and entertaining ceremony where Father Sunny (and his memorable accent) pronounced Emma + Eric, husband and wife. Afterwards, the party made its way to Downtown Lawrenceville for a lively 550 Trackside Wedding! Luckily for us, Amy Arrington Photography captured plenty of hilarious/embarrassing shots of everyone dancing the night away! Enjoy!
Congratulations to Emma + Eric! We wish you a lifetime of happiness, bird-watching, rock-collecting and kitchen-dancing! Can't wait for some baby hoagies! -Erin + Brian #vog2hog
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