Meghan & Luke sped away in high class as Meghan’s cathedral veil blew in the wind behind their light blue mustang as it peeled out of the St. Charles Borromeo parking lot. We can’t stop thinking about this special moment after their ceremony, but let’s back it up because their story actually starts with the fact that these two are best friends. All the speeches from their friends and family kept referring to the fact that everyone knew they should be together (even before they did!), that they have this incredible bond, and that the future holds wonderful things for the two of them together.
When Luke turned around and saw Meghan for the first time walking toward him in her gorgeous dress he was speechless. Meghan’s smile stretched from ear to ear as the two embraced and had an incredibly sweet moment alone together. Their bridal party met them in the limo leaving for the church where tons of family and friends watched the couple promise to love each other forever. Meghan has this fantastic smile that lights up her entire face and it did not cease while leaving the alter and exiting through blue & green ribbons to their getaway mustang all the way to the Tacoma Yacht Club. The now married couple danced in wigs and smashed cake into each other’s faces to celebrate the most important thing that day- they were married.
We loved seeing you both in utter happiness. ~Erik & Marissa
We loved all the special touches, like the add-ons to Meghan’s bouquet from several generations of brides in her family. Flowers by Julia’s Floral.
This grooms cake had everyone talking! Cake by Corina Bakery.
These toasting wedding flutes have also been passed down from generation to generation, they’ve seen a lot of love and a lot of happy unions!
What a gorgeous night for a wedding! Congratulations Meghan & Luke, we are so happy for you. ~Erik & Marissa
Thanks to all those who helped tell Meghan & Luke’s wedding story.
Ceremony- St. Charles Borromeo
Reception- Tacoma Yacht Club
Flowers- Julia’s Floral
Cake- Corina Bakery
DJ- K-Pod Entertainment