Angeleah and Calin, who met at a church event when they were introduced by Calin’s mother, were married on March 2, 2018.
Angeleah looked radiant in a ballgown with cap sleeves, a lace illusion bodice with beading around the waist, and a full skirt with a train. Her accessories included several bracelets, drop earrings, and a hip-length veil. She carried a bouquet of assorted flowers in shades of ivory and pale pink, all tied with a pink ribbon. Her four bridesmaids wore coordinating full-length pink dresses in varying silhouettes, and carried smaller versions of the bride’s bouquet.
Calin got married in black suit with a white shirt, silver tie, white pocket square, and a mini bouquet boutonniere. His three groomsmen wore gray suits with white shirts, ivory ties, pocket squares, and mini bouquet boutonnieres.
During the ceremony, which was conducted in English and Spanish, the officiant talked about how marriage is the most honorable state, and how it must be born from truth and grace; he also shared how love should never be confused with success, how love will nurture the couple, and that love conquers all.
Inside at the reception, guests dined on sliced beef tenderloin and grilled Tuscan chicken.
During the speeches, Calin’s father talked about how he believed that God “pointed” at the newlyweds.
The three-tier wedding cake was done in all white with a floral design on the base and white flowers as decoration. Guests were invited to take cookies and milk home after the wedding.
We wish the newlyweds a long and beautiful life together!
Photography by: Nate Bowman Photography