Over-The-Rhine Cincinnati Wedding
Christine and Brad’s Over-The-Rhine Cincinnati wedding incorporated charming elements of the classic neighborhood, reflecting their personalities. After all, it’s here where they both decided a second date just might be a nice idea. Click here if you haven’t already viewed their gorgeous conservatory engagement photoshoot and story.
Read more about their Over-The-Rhine wedding day throughout the image captions.
Words of Advice from Brad
Brad and Christine have good advice now that they’ve been through planning a wedding and the wedding day. Brad suggests keeping it simple. Be thoughtful of those whom you’ve involved in your wedding planning, but remember that in the end it is your day and your marriage.
Words of Advice from Christine
Christine recommends staying focused on what’s important for your day. It’s easy to get swept up in all the planning and all the details, but no one really remembers all those little things. They remember the commitment you’ve made to each other, and the love they feel between the two of you.You may be spending hours on or stressing over a small detail. If so, take a step back and remember what the day’s about. Christine’s sister-in-law gave her a book that she highly recommends to engaged couples: A Practical Wedding by Meg Keene. It’s an easy read and puts things into perspective. It helped prepare them for what they were doing- both in terms of their commitment to each other and planning a wedding.
Click on the venue name for links and contacts.
Ceremony Venue: Taft Museum of Art
Reception Venue: The Transept
Coordinator: Megan Steele with Funky’s Catering, owner of the Transept (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Florist: Peipmeier The Florist
Cake Artist: A Spoon Fulla Sugar
DJ: Sound for Days, Brandon Perry
Makeup Artist: Louisa Bolser
Hair Artist: Bri from 501 Salon
Photographer: Susanna Tanner Wedding Photography
Bridal Gown and Bridesmaid Gowns: White Wisteria
Tuxes: Jos. A Banks
Wedding Rings: Stafford Jewelers (Christine), Brad’s ring was handmade by Corey Church. His Etsy shop is named ChurchWoods.
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