18th Century Garden Wedding
Jordan and Scott planned a lovely 18th Century Garden Wedding with a stop at the Merchant Exchange Building followed by a reception at Zahav. Scott wore a slim fit black tux and bowtie and Jordan wore a beautiful strapless white lace wedding gown.
The 18th Century Garden has a famous Weeping willow tree that makes for great wedding portraits.
After the garden, we went over to the Merchant Exchange Building for family formals.
After family formals we headed over to Zahav for the couple’s wedding reception.
Congratulations to the happy couple.
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