Maggie and Patrick started dating in high school and have been together ever since. Their’s is a love story filled with history, memories, friends, family and…..chocolate. You see Maggie loves chocolate…and Pat just happens to come from a long line of chocolate. His great grandmother was Gertrude, as in Gertrude Hawk chocolates. Match made in heaven ;)
After years of dating, school, starting their careers and buying a home they finally arrived at their wedding day this July. And they couldn’t have asked for a better day. The weather was gorgeous, the details stunning and party rocked!
Here is what their perfect day looked like.
Her fun Jessica Simpson shoes.
Her fabulous Lazaro Wedding Gown. It was so perfect for her!
The girls got ready at Maggie & Pat’s home, and we loved the decor.
Getting into her gown.
Her girls helped her with her veil and her shoes.
The stunning Maggie.
This girl has gorgeous eyes!
Her bouquet by Seamon’s Poinsard.
The guys prepared for the day at his parents home just a couple of blocks away.
Maggie and her girls.
The little girls.
I love the details Maggie chose for her bridesmaids, and such cute shoes!
It’s pretty convenient that Maggie & Pat decided to paint their door blue :)
Walking down the aisle to her groom.
The ceremony was held at St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Church.
Thanks to Luxury Limo for the great Shuttle Bus.
After the ceremony it was off to Lake Scranton for pictures with the couple.
We had a few minuets inside The Radisson before guests arrived.
While Maggie was getting her dress bustled, Matt grabbed this shot of Pat.
Then we had more time before the guests arrived for the cocktail hour, so we had some fun outside of the hotel and the surrounding area.
Some fun with their rings….chocolate of course!
The cocktail hour with food that looked like art, a pianist, and a never ending line of guests waiting to give the couple well wishes.
Look at this ballroom! Seamon’s Poinsard created the amazing centerpieces and all of the brilliant arrangements for the whole day.
There is still an old safe in the hotel, they use it for a work area for guests now, but look at this door.
The ‘chocolate bar’.
A beautiful first dance as husband and wife.
The evenings entertainment by ‘A Current Affair‘. They were awesome! Kept the guests dancing till they had to move the party to the hotel bar.
The Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel. Built as a train station in 1905 and an incredible location for Maggie & Pat’s reception.
Congratulations guys! We had a wonderful time celebrating with you.