Classic, timeless, and chic. This vintage gem has lush florals, a complementary color palette, and a sweet meet-cute love story. Adding to the old-time feel, the bride rides in a white Rolls Royce to the Buffalo History Museum, where the couple cements their love. Then the Foundry Suites in Buffalo, New York, is the ideal reception to the beginning of this couple’s forever. Uncovered brick, loft-like windows, exposed ceilings, and wood tile floors added the vintage flair that they dreamed of.
Christina Preziuso and Tony Dvorak’s unlikely story began like that of a romance novel, at work, with an accidental bump, embarrassed apologies, and a hopeful last glance. If every love story is a many-chaptered book with pages well-tended and footnotes that only the couple can distinguish, Tony and Christina's book really begins after their first hallway exchange in the place most go to purchase deli meats or cartons of 2% milk: Wegmans. They meet again, brush shoulders, and Tony initiates the conversation but Christina makes the first move by demanding that he take her to Wasabi. After many sushi dates, bonding over Jurassic World, hikes, frozen yogurt, and laughter, Tony proposes to Christina, honoring their connection and history in the grandest proposal. Their shared passions led them to their classic wedding, and they began a new chapter in their lives.
Nicole Gatto Photography captured their love. The bridal bouquets each have lush greenery and white flowers with a hint of dark burgundy. The reception banquet room tables are decorated with silver chargers and napkins holding the menu that matches their paper design aesthetic perfectly, along with beautiful greens and blush florals at the center of the tables. The cake is green, watercolored with pearls and flecks of silver over it. Christina’s stunning dress contrasts wonderfully with Tony’s dark forest green suit. Every detail of this wedding and love story is unforgettable and lasting.