Gilliam Wedding June 24, 2011

Aubry and James wedding was held at Holden arboretum on June 24, 2011.
I had met up with the groom James and the groomsman’s at his mom Mareens house for some photos prior to the wedding. The day has been cloudy and rainy. The couple wants to have the outdoor wedding they have always dreamed of.
I had taken the photos of the bride with her bridesmaids at her mom’s home prior to the ceremony. The weather broke a few minutes before the wedding so the outdoor wedding is saved. The bride looked amazing being escorted by her dad grandfather Milan. The ceremony was beautiful and lasted about 15 minutes. The couples all looked amazing as they headed down the isle after the ceremony as we were going to start the outdoor photos for the bride and groom along with the family and bridal party photos.
The grounds at Holden are a beautiful place for photos with all the well manicured gardens. The couples then boarded the limo bus and we headed off to the reception at La Vera Party Center in Willoughby Hills.
The reception hall looked beautiful with the table draped so perfect the couples were all introduced by the DJ as they entered and were preparing for the fantastic dinner. The festivities were started by the cake cutting followed by the mother son dance and the bride danced with her brother Jimmy. A friend of the grandfather Milan had song New York New York for the couple and the crowed loved it. The music was a mix of all styles that kept the guest on the dance floor through the night. The guest spent the entire night dancing and having a wonderful time.
Best wishes Aubry and James.

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