Friday, May 25, 2012

Melissa & Craig at Courthouse Square

Melissa and Craig had the perfect day in May for their wedding in downtown Dayton.  The day started out with getting ready photos at the hotel and then the two had their first glance in front of the old Dayton Daily News building where Craig used to work.  The wedding party soon joined us as we photographed in and around Courthouse Square giving us some great locations all within a block or two of each other.

Many people don't know that the historic Courthouse is available for events, but it is a unique and fun venue for special occasions.  Melissa put her design skills to use and made almost everything for the wedding herself (although she had lots of help from family and friends).  Melissa used paper for much of the wedding's personal touches.  She made all the signs, place cards, programs and even the centerpieces were made from tissue paper.  The cake pop favors they made were also a big hit...especially for the kids.

I give Melissa a lot of credit for all her DIY projects.  For those who haven't tackled those type of projects they are a lot more work and stress than you think, and Melissa did a beautiful job with them.  All their hard work made for a memorable day for everyone involved.  Congrats to the new Mr. & Mrs!

PS. Don't forget that you can see more images from Melissa and Craig's wedding on the studio's Facebook page.  Be sure to hit the 'Like' button on the top of the page and then you can tag yourself in images. Enjoy!
Here are some of the great vendors who helped make their day complete:
Furst Florist
Prime Time Party Rental
Queen City DJs
Ritter's Frozen Custard
Courthouse Square

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