Real Weddings: Brianne & Joshua, Part III

2012-05-29T11:33:00Z 2012-05-29T11:39:10Z Real Weddings: Brianne & Joshua, Part IIICompiled by Ashley Boyer | Photography by LVL Photography nwitimes.com

After saying “I do” at Trinity Lutheran in St. Joseph, Mich., the couple and their bridal party hopped in a trolley and headed out to take some beautiful portraits with this week’s featured photographer, LVL Photography. We love when couples let loose and opt for fun photos that show their personality rather than stuffy portraits! These photos are so sweet and romantic!

Afterward, the couple headed to the beautiful Shadowland Ballroom, also in St. Joseph, Mich., to celebrate with family and friends. The pink and blue color palette make a sweet combo in the gorgeous ballroom!

Shore Bride would like to thank LVL Photography for sharing such beautiful photography with us this week!

CREDITS

The Happy Couple: Brianne and Joshua Schmidke

Ceremony Location: Trinity Lutheran

619 Main St, St. Joseph, Mich.

269.983.5000; trinitystjoe.org

Reception Location: Shadowland Ballroom

333 Broad St, St. Joseph, Mich.

888.404.SLVR; shadowlandonsilverbeach.com

Photographer: LVL Photography

Cedar Springs and Stevensville, Mich.

616.696.9877; lvlphotography.com

Hair: Cheeky Strut Salon

Grand Rapids, Mich.

616.272.3123; cheekystrut.com

Flowers: Bloomies Flower Studio

400 State St, St. Joseph, Mich.

269.983.0002; bloomiesflowerstudio.com

Cake: Second Floor Bakery

635 Michigan Ave, Holland, Mich.

616.392.3258; secondfloorbakery.com

Transportation: Marina-Nonna Trolley Co.

St. Joseph, Mich.

269.429.6755

Sound and Lighting: Moonlighting

Grand Rapids, Mich.

616.245.4636; moonlightingpsl.com

Catering: YoChef’s Catering Company

616.558.1077; yochefscatering.com

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