Charlie & Lillie | Married

Charlie & Lillie's wedding was held on a beautifully crisp October day. The two started off their mornings in the company of their closest friends and family. From the moment she put it on, Lillie looked amazing in her dress, with all the lace and stone details and matching elbow-length veil. Their colors were so bright and vibrant - a pop of lush blue and sunflower yellow, which looked great as Charlie and his groomsmen as their ties and corsages were put on!

The two opted for a traditional timeline, meaning that Charlie saw his beautiful bride for the first time as she walked down the aisle at the St. Andrew the Apostle R.C. Church. It was an emotional moment for everyone in attendance, but it was just the beginning of what became a very poignant ceremony. Their officiant, Msgr. Louis Marucci, delivered such touching words to the couple throughout the mass that we even teared up ourselves at points!

When their ceremony was over and the two were officially husband and wife (!), they exited the church to their receiving line surrounded by fun bubbles. They spent time celebrating the moment with their friends and family. Before long, we took a short drive to Silver Lake to explore the area and capture some really amazing portraits of the couple and their wedding party. We loved being able to walk along the lakeside amid the rich fall foliage, spending a precious few moments with the happy newlyweds.

Charlie & Lillie have decided to host their reception at a later date to allow more friends and family the opportunity to celebrate with them. We absolutely cannot wait to see this couple again soon to capture all the fun of their coming reception!

We hope you enjoy seeing a little bit of Charlie & Lillie's day through our lens - and please join us in congratulating them on their marriage!

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The team who made Charlie & Lillie's wedding dreams come true: