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Ariel Pearl Center Wedding | Kate & Robert

Ceremony: St John Cantius Church, Cleveland OH Reception: Ariel Pearl Center, Cleveland OH See Full Gallery

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Kate & Robert started the day at the gorgeous Hyatt Cleveland at the Arcade. Kate was super excited to have this hotel be part of their day. Being one of her favorite places and special to her, it was only fitting to do their first look here as well. And it was easily the most photogenic location of the day. We just can’t get enough of this place. Too bad we couldn’t come back for more photos. After the first look, we headed to St John Cantius Church for the ceremony. This church was beautiful. Reminds us of the churches back home in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. We then headed to Wade Lagoon next to theCleveland Museum of Art for wedding party photos. With a short timeline and a crowded spot for photos, we were forced to concentrate more on Kate & Robert but we did manage to get some fun bridesmaids and groomsmen photos. We finished off the day with the reception at the Ariel Pearl Center. Kate was really proud to have found this venue and she should be. It’s one of a kind. We’ve shot hundreds of weddings and this venue is truly unique.

Some cool & fun details… All her venues were a hit! Great job Kate & Robert! The Hyatt Arcade is timelessly gorgeous and we wish it’s here in Chicago. Ariel Pearl Center was an excellent find. As a historic old bank building, it gave the guests a feeling of being in an old museum with marble columns, arched windows, crystal chandeliers, and even retained its vaults for everyone to experience. Guests waved streamers as the newlyweds exited the church. A very photogenic option if you’d like an alternative to bubbles. Guests were treated to a collection of different cakes and macaroons for desert which I’m sure they didn’t mind. Their photo-booth was inside the bank’s vault, very cool! We had a break during the reception for some sparklers at sunset. See more details on our See more highlights on our FB Page!

Wedding #6! While Life On Prints was established in 2004, it was 2006 when we really started to shoot more and more weddings. We basically began our career with this family so they are near and dear to our hearts. We fell in love with their warmth from the very beginning. And while it may be the last from this family, we certainly hope it’s not the last time we see everyone. Thank you so much Kate & Robert for letting us be part of your wedding, it meant a lot to us. A 6 hour drive through corn fields certainly was not enough for us to miss this special day. Thank you Maggers for giving us a chance 11 years ago, allowing us to grow with your family. Congratulations Kate & Robert and we thank you from our hearts! – Michelle & Tony

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