In a city where bustling cars rode from everywhere, people walk from here and there, city lights brightly dancing in the wide skyline of your office, there is this someone you cannot wait to go home with. Someone who can make you feel like you are not tired through the day because of the warm embrace they give you.

Love is the kind of feeling that encapsulates you from the noise of the outside and love has been the anchor that connects Michelle and Andrew. Their love for each other has reached its peak and it’s ready to take the leap as husband and wife.

The wedding ceremony of Michelle and Andrew happened at the event grounds of the Waterside Restaurant and Catering located in North Bergen, New Jersey. The aisle center was beautifully designed with different pastel colored roses. Roses symbolizes love, compassion, admiration and desire towards the person you are giving them, all of these components reflects on how Andrew offered it all to Michelle.

Michelle, looked vibrant and beautiful wearing her white sheath wedding gown designed with sequins while her groom, Andrew, matched her looking young and happy in his dark blue suit with a bow-tie and boutonniere to top it all.

At the reception hall of Waterside Restaurant, families, relatives and friends filled the room with hearts full of excitement and hope for Michelle and Andrew. Roses of different colors of purple, pink and whites were placed all over, giving out elegance and attraction for the guests to see.

The crowd danced along with the bright colors that was lit inside the hall, smiles and laughter were all over the place, and it was a sign of joy that what has yet to come.

So cheers, to the new husband and wife! Cheers for the love that God has given to us, so full, that it overflowed to be shared with our loved ones! Cheers for true love! Check out all the amazing images from the wedding of Michelle and Andrew captured by Into The Story below:

Vendor Collaboration
Photographer:  Intothestory
Event Venue:Waterside Restaurant
Cinema and Video:  Intothestory

Submitted via Two Bright Lights