Mr. & Mrs. Moore | An Elegant Summer Wedding

Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Moore! LoRose & Ronald had an AMAZING wedding on Sunday! The day began with the bride & her daughter getting ready in the penthouse suite at The Hilton. The ceremony was held at Stronger Hope Baptist Church in which the groom is the pastor. One of the things I loved about their ceremony was the choir. After the groom and groomsmen proceeded in, the choir sang a beautiful song that had the guest as well as myself feeling the Spirit of the Lord. The soloist and choir sounded so good that I literally turned around with my camera in hand and watched them for a few seconds! After the choir sang, the bride proceeded down the aisle to “Canon in D Major.” I could tell throughout the ceremony that Pastor Moore and his soon-to-be-wife were very much loved. Over 300+ guest were in attendance to witness their union. 

Once the ceremony was over, the couple rode in a limousine and was escorted by police to The Hilton for their reception. The reception was beautifully decorated with blue and silver accents. The guest enjoyed the cocktail hour before the reception events started. During the reception, Mr. Moore surprised LoRose with a speech and song sharing how much he loved her. LoRose had the biggest smile on her face as he sang this rendition of “Smooth Sailin’ Tonight” by the Isley Brothers! The grand finale was when Southern Comfort Brass Band came to perform the Second Line! The couple had their custom-made second line umbrellas and the guest had handkerchiefs & beads to parade around with. This was truly a grand finale to remember! 

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