• Markisha & Maurice ~ Vintage Amour Part 2

    Sunday, December 18th 2011
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    Part two of this great shoot by Jen from Jennifer Leigh Photography.

    Markisha & Maurice’s wedding day was packed with style.  From the little birdcage veil and 1940’s style wedding gown and chocolate tuxes, to the trolley in which the wedding party traveled around town, to  their reception in Brunswick’s renovated old city hall with its antique dark wood floors and grand staircase, Markisha & Maurice pulled out all the stops to wow their guests with style and elegance.

    The details included in this wedding theme are so subtle and yet so beautiful.  I swear it makes me want to run to a train depot and head for a new town with my own beloved.  Excellent execution, Mr. and Mrs. Butler!  The colors are rich and warm as well, and only enhance those loving glances captured by Jen!  Simply Beautiful.
    Congratulations again to Markisha and Maurice!

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    Mrs.Tiye(pronounced TEE) is Regina Townsend; an eternal bride and writer who planned her 2005 wedding, with the help of ChocolateBrides.com, while completing a degree in Fiction Writing from Columbia College Chicago. A librarian by profession, Regina is also the author and Executive Director of TheBrokenBrownEgg.org for African American Infertility and Reproductive health.

    One Response to “Markisha & Maurice ~ Vintage Amour Part 2”

    1. Miss Ro says:

      I would love to see more of their photo’s..

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