**Note: A special thanks to wedding coordinator Jessica Kersey at Finishing Touch Event Design for helping with the details of this post. For more in-depth info, check out her blog here.**
Tomorrow I'm photographing a very special wedding. Marion and Clark are having a celebration that is saturated with history. Their special touches are so personal, and I can't wait to capture them all to share with you!
Marion's veil was brought to America in 1848 from Germany by Marion's Great Great Great Grandfather. The date of construction is uncertain but it is estimated between 1800 and 1815. That, to me, is just unbelievable!
Marion will wear the very same wedding gown that both her mother and grandmother wore for their weddings:
Elisabeth Curtner, mother of the bride, on her wedding day in 1978.
Marion Maury, grandmother of the bride, on her wedding day in 1950.
There are a few other special aspects to this wedding that I'm going to share this coming week, so be sure to stop back by!
Talk to you soon,
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