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Cedar Point Wedding Photos

Keri and Jimmy celebrated their love over the course of a 2-day celebration! We love the laid-back vibe of this couple and how low-stress their wedding was! The ceremony took place at the Toledo Botanical Garden, followed by a casual Cedar Point Wedding Reception. We captured the beauty of the weekend and cannot wait for you to see more below!

As mentioned above, Keri and Jimmy celebrated with a Toledo Botanical Garden wedding ceremony. It was a beautiful day and the couple saw each other casually the entire morning. They seemed very calm and relaxed before their guests started arriving. They had personalized water bottles for everyone as well as a sampling of little snacks

The Toledo Botanical Garden ceremony was short and sweet, filled with the closest of friends and family. It was a beautiful backdrop. After the ceremony, guests were gathered together and a large group photo, as well as some smaller family formal photos, were taken. After the photos, guests were dismissed and we were able to capture some beautiful photos in the Gardens! We love two-day weddings as they allow us to capture so many photos, often in different locations. Much less stressful than trying to fit a bunch of photos into a 30-minute window!

The chemistry between this couple is electric! They were always laughing and having a great time! Keri and Jimmy were not shy and let us take the reigns creativity-wise! It allowed them to get some gorgeous photos to capture the beauty of their day!

The wedding reception took place at Cedar Point. Can you say AWESOME?! Cedar Point for a reception was such a unique and fun way to have a reception. The guests were dressed and ready for the park and shared an afternoon balanced between grazing stations and wedding cupcakes as well as rides and entertainment.

Officiant: Russell Exlos-Raber
Ceremony: Toledo Botanical Garden
Reception: Cedar Point, Cedar Point Convention Center
Cake/Cupcakes: DaCapo
Bride’s Dress: Modcloth
Grom’s Suit: Menguin

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