The Foundry wedding of Lizzy and Mike was pure happiness and one amazing party. The event began with a first look moment that filled the hearts of the couple with joy and their faces with beaming smiles. Lizzy was a vision in a lace-filled dress with a cascading veil, and Mike was equally matched in a blue suit. The couple took photos together and with family at The Foundry, a 19th century converted factory draped in green ivy, lending a mystical air. Gold light filled the space and allowed for some special shots to be taken before the festivities.
Upon entering the ceremony, guests were presented with cider and a lovely space in which to witness the happy occasion. The red brick the building is made from echoes a different time entirely. The Rabbi performed a moving ceremony, and the couple’s first kiss was sweet and full of love. The venue provided a beautiful backdrop for a charming silhouette portrait of the couple taken shortly after the Rabbi pronounced them man and wife.
Then it was on to the reception. One thing this couple knew how to do was dance! Not only was there a first dance, but also a mother/son, father/daughter and Hora besides. The guests really got into the music and had a great time. Some amazing photos were captured from a high vantage point where the exposed ceiling and hanging lights were visible. These pictures added some flair and embraced the fullness of the gorgeous event space and the party energy.
Dinner was a festive and elegant affair which included speeches, toasts and a surprising letter of congratulations from the President himself! The Foundry wedding continued to be lively and full of smiles until the couple was sent off under a starry sky amidst sparklers from their friends and family. With such a heartfelt and happy start, Lizzy and Mike will no doubt have a long and wonderful marriage.