YellowBird Wedding

because simple is beautiful

I first met Lisa many years ago at work, and since she would torment me on my worst days, I immediately knew that I liked her. And I was thrilled on November 10th when I was able to join her and Pat (the best at inappropriate laughter) as husband and wife at Karpeles Manuscript Library …

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September 2nd sounds like a fall wedding, but it was all summer in Buffalo, and gorgeous at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum. Danielle and Rick were there, eagerly awaiting their big moment. Danielle looking beautiful, hid out with her party downstairs. Rick was kind of on his own, and decided to head to a room behind …

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As I’ve said, WAY too many times this year, it’s been a rough spring. Chilly and rainy, but nothing takes the sting out of that like a beautiful wedding, and that’s just what I got on April 28th with Alicia & Patrick at Karpeles Manuscript Museum. When I first arrived, guests were milling about, and …

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February 17th is special every year because it’s my husband’s birthday, but this year had an extra exciting spin because it was Lauren and Justin’s wedding day! They are an amazing and patient people who dealt with me having an 8 day flu the week of their wedding, that really only ended the day before. …

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Oh my. Catherine and Benjamin. They are seriously adorable. From the moment I met these two and learned of their dental school meeting, I adored them. So on September 10th, I was so happy to join them at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum for their long awaited wedding. And my favorite photographers Ayres Photography was there, …

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I was a little bummed out on October 18th because it was my last wedding of the year. I decided to put a positive spin on it and give lots of love to Cindy and Barry for their day. Since then, one more wedding has been added to the year, so it worked out for everyone …

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Saturday September 21st was a rainy day, but the best kind! Not only were the streets covered with gigantic puddles, but there was still a warm breeze in the air. Over at Karpeles Manuscript Museum, Danielle sure didn’t care at all. The first thing she said to me was “I wish I could go jump …

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