Thinking back to Aly and Joe’s wedding always makes me smile. It truly was a perfect day. The sun was shining brilliantly on that warm October morning as Aly and her girlfriends laughed and reminisced together as they got their hair and make-up done. Aly’s mom zipped her into her gorgeous gown as her sister Alysha wiped tears from her eyes. Joe spent the morning relaxing with his guys, anticipation building at seeing Aly walk down the aisle to marry him. They had been together for four years, and Joe couldn’t imagine spending his life with anyone else. As the red doors of that gorgeous white church opened, Aly couldn’t keep the tears from welling up in her eyes. The day they had been planning for and dreaming of was finally here, and it was even more incredible than they could have ever imagined.
Aly and Joe, your wedding was a true fairytale. As your one year anniversary approaches, I thought it only fitting to relive such a beautiful day. Enjoy a few of my favorite moments from your Mcloone’s Pier House wedding below.
Aly got ready at her parents house. Her mom zipped her into her dress as her sister and dad looked on with huge smiles and tears brimming in their eyes.
Aly, you seriously are an incredibly STUNNING bride!
Aly and Joe were married in Precious Blood Church in Monmouth Beach, NJ.
Joe was smiling ear to ear as Aly walked down the aisle!
After the ceremony, we headed to a nearby park for some gorgeous sunset portraits!
A big thanks to the bridal party for being so much FUN!
Aly and Joe’s sweet glances to one another, the soft golden light, and the romantic willow tree make this one of my favorite portraits ever.
Before heading into the reception, Aly and Joe kicked their shoes off for a few more pretty portraits on the sand.
Aly and Joe shared their first dance to “Something” by the Beatles, before dancing the night away with family and friends.
Thank you again Aly and Joe for giving me the opportunity to be a part of your Mcloone’s Pier House wedding! I wish you all the love and happiness in the many years to come.