The Ballroom at Churchstreet

6 Jun

Melissa and Justin

We had the privilege of working with this amazing couple on their wedding day, May 7, 2011! The ceremony took place at the Nativity Catholic Church in Longwood. With its vaulted ceilings and traditional decor, this beautiful church was the perfect setting for guests to witness the wonderful union and exchanging of vows between Melissa and Justin. Melissa looked stunning as she floated down the aisle and into the arms of her new husband.

The reception was held at the Ballroom at Church Street, which provided a wonderful Old World feel with its glass ceilings, cascading stairs and baby grand piano in the front foyer. Not to mention the unique photo opportunities at this location such as the train tracks and abandoned rail car. No detail was overlooked, from the beautiful arrangement of floral in coral and ivory made by Special Event Florals to the fantastic (and delicious may I add) cake from Cakes by Design. Puff N Stuff catering did an amazing job on the food and A Chair Affair added a bit of flair with their beautiful gold chivari chairs. Digital Imaging Direct was there to catch every moment on camera and Top DJ’s kept the party going all night long!


I have to say one of my favorite parts of the reception was La Hora Loca!  The amount of energy that filled the room along with all the fun props made for some fantastic photos as well as fun memories that will last a lifetime!

Thanks so much to Melissa and Justin for allowing us to be there for your day! We had so much fun and wish you both all the best!

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