Everything about this day was pretty. The weather was perfect, the venue a beautiful old home in Farmington Hills, flowers in bloom, and the perfect spot for Piper & Eric to tie the knot.
As Piper & Eric got ready separate from each other, we got to spend time with their lovely wedding party members, getting to know them, and seeing why this group of friends gets along so well! We also were able to capture some of the MANY amazing details & special touches put together for this wedding day – by the bride’s talented mother! Everywhere I turned there was something else lovely to see. I think what I liked best was how each thing tied a piece of both their lives, and their life together into one common theme for celebrating their day.
I must admit though, that the Detroit Tigers-inspired candy bar & grooms cake MAY have been a big hit with us (and I didn’t even have any candy – the display was all the sweetness I needed). It was such a thoughtful way for Piper to surprise and celebrate Eric’s love of the Tigers! (We met them for their engagement session after a Tigers game…..I knew I liked them then!)
Piper & Eric’s beautiful ceremony took place in the yard of Longacre House, and it was sweet, sentimental, and absolutely perfect. Weddings are obviously a favorite of mine, but the best part is just watching the faces of two people in love, committing their lives to each other. This wedding was no exception.
The whole day was filled with beautiful details, sweet relationships, and a surprising dancing-machine of a groom. Wow, were we surprised by the mad skills & enthusiasm he has. Absolutely amazing & entertaining, and he wasn’t alone! This was a crowd of dancers, and we enjoyed watching all of them celebrate all the way through this day with Piper & Eric.
To this sweet couple we are blessed to know, we say thank you for letting us be a part of your day. We wish you continued success in life and in love!
– Dan & Lynell