Ben and Stacy

We are extending a heartfelt congratulation to Ben and Stacy, who were married on June 5, 2010.

The wedding location was at the Belvedere Supper Club , just outside of Marshfield. The ceremony was held outdoors in the Belvedere’s lovely gardens (pictures have been promised from Ben and Stacy for this part, so we will post them as soon as possible). The rustic setting includes a large wooden crucifix, alter/table, a pulpit (which we did not use), and wooden benches for the guests to sit on. Since it was a gloomy, rainy day, the string duet decided to stay indoors for the ceremony, but with the door open, we could hear the lovely music those two ladies produced. Luckily the skies held their drops until after the couple was pronounced married.

After the ceremony, Ben, Stacy, and their family and friends gathered for the reception line and greeted each and everyone of the guests while Wibben Photography got set up for some formal shots of the couple and the wedding party, while the guests enjoyed conversation around the bar. I did chat with Dennis and his very charming wife as they set up for some shots to hopefully get some pointers for my own shots, and found them extremely personable, professional, and basically just great people. I am really looking forward to seeing how the pictures they took turned out.

As you can see from the table settings above, Stacy and Ben went with a lavender and white theme for their special day. The bridesmaids were in long, elegant, lavender dresses and the groomsmen sported lavender vests and kerchief squares. The head table sported lavender candles and the unity candle.

For dinner, we were given a very nice chicken dinner with dressing, pasta salad, fruit salad, corn, dinner rolls, and potatoes with beef tips and gravy. This was served at the tables family style, which was smart since it got most of people around the table to talk to each other. The staff at the Belvedere was professional and polite and really knew their jobs, so the food was served hot and cooked properly, the whole meal, including my dinner companions was thoroughly enjoyable.

Of course dessert was wedding cake. There was some confusion as to who made the cake, Sandy or Mary, but whoever the baker, that cake was delicious. A nice white cake, that was supper velvety was placed on our plates, with a nice thread of raspberry puree separating the layers. The frosting was a butter cream, I think, since it was not fondant. If we ever get the confusion taken care of  and figure out who are baker is, we will gladly post that here.

Lastly, we have some pictures of the bride’s dress now that it is all bustled so she can move around easier. Stacy was gracious enough to allow me into her personal space to try to get some of the detail of the bead work on the dress to show you all here. I hope that you find it as beautiful as I did, and thank you Stacy for letting me into your space.

Thank you Ben and Stacy for allowing us to share you special day  with you. We wish you the best of everything for all the years of your marriage.

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