Michelle + Justin Married | Providence Public Library

We love February weddings. There is something magical in the air at a winter wedding. Michelle and Justin married at the Providence Public Library and had the best time celebrating with their guests in downtown Providence. I adore all of the fun street side shots we captured of these two and their bridal party that show off the beauty of the city. Check out some of my favorite highlights from their amazing day along with my mini interview with the couple!

Q-  What was your inspiration behind your wedding?

A- This one is hard as I never had imagined I would get married in the winter but everything came together when I found the perfect venue, The Providence Public Library. The elegance and white/gold color palette really drove be rest of the planning. I wanted to keep things simple but classy and elegant; lots of gold and greenery!


Q- What detail did you love or treasure the most about your wedding?

A- One of my bridesmaids and best friends, Leigh, created many of the decorations herself! My favorite piece was the gorgeous vintage gold welcome sign! I also loved that I was able to wear three very special pieces of jewelry on my big day that came from my mom as well as Justin’s Mom!

Q- If you could pick one moment from your entire day to be your favorite, what would it be?

A- The ceremony! It was so special to have Brandon (Justin’s step brother) play such a big part in our special day. He exceeded all expectations by personalizing the vows and truly made a memorable moment!  

Q- Would you change anything if you could?

A-We would have had the Sugarbabies band play for at least another hour!!


Q-What advice would you offer to our future brides and grooms?

A-Don’t sweat all the small details!! We planned our wedding from afar as we live in Minnesota now…this forced me to stay high level and everything still turned out amazing! Trust the experts and remember that the little things don’t matter anyways 🙂


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