Melody and Paul got married at the beautiful Oak Hill Country Club. Their reception was in a fairytail tent afterwards, (thanks to the divine work of Celebrated Events, Arena’s for Life and Oak Hill itself!). We think it was fate, but we were so happy to be brought together with such a kind, generous and loving couple like Melody and Paul. They are that couple that carry such a great energy with them that you can feel it simply by being in the room with them.
Melody and Paul’s Oak Hill Country Club wedding was the perfect mix of classic and modern. The bride wore gorgeous Emmy London red heels with her sequined Karen Willis Holmes gown. Her Karen Willis Holmes gown was one of the most unique we have ever seen! Not only did it feature beading, sequins, and a low back, but it had a detachable horsehair train. Having the train remove made it even easier for her to dance during their reception.
We loved how Melody paired her unique gown with a huge bouquet, filled with greenery and protea. It matched their eucalyptus arch so well. The grounds at Oak Hill Country Club were perfect to shoot their portraits, with acres of land for us to use, and beautiful light.
We got to meet them first in New York City for their engagement session and we knew then their wedding would be a special event and indeed, it truly was. Melody and Paul worked with some of our favorite wedding vendors including:
Wedding Planner and Coordinator : Ellie Clapp with Celebrated Events / Dress: Karen Willis Holmes (Australian)/ Shoes: Emmy London / Veil: Tania Maras (Australian) / Groom’s Tux: Paul Stuart / Hair and Makeup:Rock Paper Scissors / Florals: Arena’s For Life / Rochester Wedding Venue: Oak Hill Country Club / Wedding Cake:Oak Hill Country Club / Videographer: Jacquelyn Daley / Wedding Band: The Last Nites
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We’ll be in New York City again this fall and if you’re looking for an engagement or family session, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we’d love to connect with you! For now, a small preview from such a full day: