Early in the booking process, Julia figured out the most direct, and fastest path to my heart; a totally unannounced and utterly unexpected box of roughly twenty music CDs shipped to our studio. I was familiar with most of the bands, but I didn’t own any of the albums in the box. This was like Christmas times eight for me.
Brett and Julia met while working ar a large music distribution company in California. One of the perks of a job like this are copious amounts of music sitting around one’s cubicle which I would assume was a likely source of the music that Julia sent to us. What was scary was just how precisely she had nailed our musical tastes. Several of the albums that she sent are still in heavy rotation around the office.
Here are some of my favorites images from the day:
If I told you where they got these frickin’ sweet Glen Plaid three piece suits, you wouldn’t believe me. I may just have to get one.
Grandpa with his batallion of Gentleman Jack, waiting for some ice.
The space at the Canton Club on the 14th floor of the Chase building in Canton was the perfect setting for the reception. It provided the perfect setting for Brett and Julia’s vintage theme as well as some amazing views of downtown Canton.
And Genevieve’s favorites:
Grandma and Grandpa’s cake toppers. How cool is that?
Congratulations, guys! Your wedding was style was frickin’ sweet!