Michelle & Chris’ October Elopement
November 16, 2010
10.10.10 was the date for Michelle & Chris’ perfect elopement. The pair, who didn’t want a big wedding, headed out to Immaculata University, Malvern, PA with their photographer
Simmone Von Sydney and her boyfriend Micheal. The four of them set up the beautiful ceremony and post-wedding photo shoot.
“To us, Rock n Roll means going against tradition”, Shell told me. “When I say this, I mean having an elaborate Princess style wedding with full on glitz and glamor. The glitz and glamor, in our eyes, is each other. We are just so in love and wanted a really great experience. I feel very full and content with how the day went. Almost everything in the photos were brought in by the 4 of us. Simmone and Michael have a keen eye for vintage style, and I fully trust their taste.”
Thank you to Michelle & Chris for sharing their special day with us today
Simmone Von Sydney
Venue: Immaculata University, Malvern, PA
Bride’s Dress: Chabri Fashions on etsy
Bride’s Jewellery: Charlotte RusseCupcakes: From their local grocery store
Flowers: From their local grocery store
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