Last year I captured many Bella Sera wedding photos with my friend Kristina Rice Photography. I won’t be blogging all of them, because I just have so many other blog posts to make. But I will share a few of my favorite weddings in the coming months 🙂 My first wedding at this popular Brighton venue was the unity of Mo and Trevor. They are a super sweet couple, and their wedding was a lovely celebration. It was dripping in candlelight and white, purple, and sparkly details.
Some of the most memorable parts of Mo and Trevor’s wedding was their unique suspended wedding cake table, and the sweet, emotional reception toasts. I also really liked Mo’s vibrant orchid and lily bridal bouquet, and the ceremony candle backdrop was the perfect photo op. There were probably a hundred large pillar candles there, it really made an elegant, jaw-dropping backdrop 🙂 One neat thing about the Bella Sera is that they have countless options for decor and backdrops for couples to choose from. This allows them to customize their wedding day to make it uniquely theirs. None of the other weddings I did there had the same ceremony setup. Shhh…don’t tell the others, this one had my favorite decor! And a gracious, attractive couple to boot.
Their wedding “first look” was pretty funny. We instructed Trevor not to turn around until Mo got up behind him and tapped him on the shoulder. I guess he just couldn’t wait! As soon as she made it to the bottom of the stairs he turned and looked at her. At least she laughed it off!
To see more of these Bella Sera wedding photos, click through the gallery below:
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