1920’s Themed Wedding
When I spoke with Tracy on the phone about her wedding – she made it clear that it was 1920’s themed wedding – and NOT Gatsby. Because you know – The Great Gatsby is our default reference for any 1920’s party right? LOL. Except the book isn’t exactly the happiest cheeriest story out there. SO.
1920’s – not Gatsby.
And you know what – It. Was. Awesome.
Like all kinds of Awesome.
I actually brought along my crew and we all hopped in the car to get up to High Point, NC. where the wedding took place. Nearly everyone had to travel (including Tracy and Patrick) to be there – so it was a destination wedding for most of the people involved. The Centennial Arts Center is an old train depot and of course it still has a few train cars outside (which we made use of during their portrait session as you saw above!)
But really – what was great about this wedding – and many weddings – is that you could tell that all of these people – this collection of friends and family really did care about and love both Tracy and Patrick. (I know – that was totally a super long run on sentence strung together but the illegal use of – – – – )
Of course the stage was dramatically lit – and of course Tracy and Patrick had prepared and rehearsed their first dance! And it was so awesome! Her dress! Those moves! Exclamation point!
1920’s Themed Wedding. (don’t mind that – it’s just for SEO reasons you know.)
There was also a definite library theme alongside the 1920’s part and you can see that in their center pieces being stacked of old books and other bits of the decor as well. Yes. The Centennial Arts Center in High Point, North Carolina is a great wedding venue. And I’m not struggling to hit my 500 word count for the darn SEO points!… not at all.
Oh yeah – the food was amazing, and the music was great and they also had a selection of craft beers for their guests. And and and… why did it take me so long to blog this wedding? AHHHH! It took place back in April and I’m only blogging it now? What is wrong with me? Nothing. Nothing is wrong with you Mark. You just happen to think that a 1920’s themed wedding (not Gatsby) is really great and you wanted to try to do the blog post justice so you wanted to take your time. I wanted to take my time… even though now that’s not really reflected in this blog post. 500 words is SO MANY WORDS. Alright. 460. Almost there.
Oh yeah – I also got to finally meet a few people in real life that at this wedding that I had only known from the Facebook. So that was cool. And Juliana up there playing the guitar – always good to see her… and… that’s 510! Boom SEO Suckas! I’m OUT.
Oh yeah – Tracy and Patrick. Thank you so much.