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A Timeless Ivory and Green Wedding – Rachel & Zach

Rachel and Zach are living proof that long distance relationships can work. And, not just work, but thrive. But, what happens when you’re doing the long distance thing and jobs change–all while planning a wedding? St. Louis becomes your destination wedding location! And a Windows on Washington wedding becomes the perfect place to bring everyone together.

Windows on Washington is a stunning venue and it was a perfect match for Rachel and Zach’s wedding day. Rachel is a classy girl, with classic taste, and her wedding day vision was no different. Timeless black tuxes for the guys and long black dresses for the girls. Complimented by lush floral bouquets with ivory and white florals, and a touch of greenery. The end result was stunning, and could only possibly be outdone  by Rachel’s idyllic Justin Alexander wedding dress with a see-through lace back (with intricate detailing) and buttons.

The wedding day was planned perfectly! Rachel thought of everything and handled it all with such class. From thoughtful gifts, to an intimate (and oh-so sweet) first look, to pictures in Forest Park (in absolutely gorgeous spring weather), to a tear-filled walk down the aisle, arm-in-arm with her dad. It was a day filled with nothing but happiness and love.

Emily of Emily Broadbent Photography said “Their wedding was an absolute dream to capture, and I feel so honored to have been just a small part of it!”

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Windows on Washington wedding – Rachel & Zach


Photography: Emily Broadbent Photography // Venue: Windows on Washington // Dress Deisnger: Justin Alexander // Dress Supplier: Bridal Extraordinaire // Cake Designer: Wedding Wonderland Cakes // Groomsman Attire: The Black Tux // Jewelry: L.C. Betz Jewelers // Makeup Artist: Blissfully Beautiful Bride // Cinema and Video: Emily Chowning

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