YellowBird Wedding

because simple is beautiful

June 4th at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum Porter Hall was the place to be! It was a beautiful day outside, and inside was the perfect environment to get married. It was lovely, full of happy people, and covered in flowers. Can’t beat that! I waited inside with Aaron, while Kayla and her girls were hiding …

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Who wants to work on a Friday? Not me and thankfully Lindsay and Matt got me out of work on May 22nd, and down to the gorgeous Karpeles Manuscript Museum to share in their day of joy! Matt was there with his groomsmen being a bit nervous as we waiting for Lindsay to arrive. Being …

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March 14th looked like the beginning of Spring. It was a little cold with some warm pockets, with a light drizzle coming down. Obviously that wasn’t a problem because everyone inside looked overjoyed to be there. Rob seemed pretty collected when I checked in with him. I think he was ready to start the party! …

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I can’t think of a better way to start of a new year than to get married. And that’s exactly what Brenna & James did on January 2nd, at Karpeles Manuscript Museum! Ok, it was a bit cold out. And perhaps there was some icy rain falling. But that didn’t matter one bit to a …

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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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Who cares if winter won’t seem to end? Love is in the air regardless! That was especially true on March 15th at Karpeles Manuscript Museum. As Scott hid downstairs with his best man, guests began to fill in, admiring the beauty of the building as always. But they had yet to see the real beauty! …

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There are many ways that you can start off a month, but NONE are as fun as a wedding! Karen and Andi aren’t wimps when it comes to cold weather. They wanted to be married and no snow or wind was going to stop them. Now that’s true love! At the always stunning Karpeles Manuscript …

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