After their wedding ceremony, we did some creative pictures at the Cleveland Museum of Art. We then returned for their wedding reception at Tudor Arms Cleveland.
The Cleveland Tudor Arms is always beautiful and can stand on its own. But Brad and Rebecca had a ton of details that made this wedding reception their own. If it is possible, they made the space even better.
Rebecca and Brad entered in true Cleveland fashion. They threw powder in the air just like Lebron. Rebecca’s dad had put together a lot of handmade wedding reception details. This added a level of personal intimacy that I love on wedding days. Tudor Arms can certainly stand on its own without anything else, but the details personalize the reception and make it unique to each couple.
They had their reception table set up along the mirrored wall of the Tudor Arms ballroom. This turned out to be a great benefit as my lighting reflected giving us perfect lighting.
As always, the first dance was beautiful. And, on this night, it was Rebecca’s dad’s birthday, so a cake and a song were part of the night. The evening concluded with a sparkler exit outside the Tudor Arms entrance. This exit was authentic in that it took place when the reception was over. Because I only offer all day wedding coverage, Brad and Rebecca didn’t have to do a fake exit just to get a picture (I hate that).
To conclude, I would like to mention that Rebecca and Brad were really my ideal clients and I always feel blessed to have clients like them. I want to thank them for allowing me to document their wedding day. All in all, a wonderful day.