The Marriott Saint Louis Grand Hotel was the perfect backdrop for Ashley and Tim’s classic wedding style.
I personally feel that a groom can never go wrong with suspenders and a bow tie.
And Tim looked just dapper in his Tux from The Black Tux.
It was a drizzly and foggy day in Saint Louis. The Bride and Groom decided to have their first look in the ballroom of the Marriott Hotel. The first moments between them on their wedding day were perfection.
And then the groom spontaneously played a song on the grand piano for his bride, what a romantic moment.
When you walk into the ballroom of the Marriott Saint Louis Grand Hotel you are instantly struck by its timeless elegance. The tall windows create a romantic ambience as you look out at the twinkling lights of city, while crystal chandeliers bring the same effect to the inside of the ballroom. The ivory hibiscus flowers and tea light candles were a simple centerpiece, to compliment and not distract from the ballroom.
A culminating moment on a wedding day, the first dance between the Bride and Groom. The Ballroom of the Marriott Saint Louis Grand Hotel was an elegant compliment to this first dance.
I am thankful to Erica Turner for inviting me to shoot alongside her at this wedding. She is a great photographer and friend.
By: Amanda Turner