A Perfect Fall Wedding in Orange, Burnt Sienna and Blue
Geek Squad Love
"Elizabeth (Liz) and Cepeda (Pedro) met while working for Geek Squad at Best Buy. They both started the same week, so they were the newbies and just kinda clicked. They were both dating people though, so they were just coworkers for a good year and a half. When the stars aligned just perfectly and the two had both become single, Pedro asked her out. A couple years later, during a surprise birthday party for Pedro, put together by Liz, including all of his closest friends from back home in Ohio, Pedro took over and asked everyone to have a seat while he played a slideshow for Liz. He popped the question right there, asking Liz to be his wife.
The two knew they would have a fall wedding. It just fit them both. The season is perfect, the colors are gorgeous and the weather here in NC is finally starting to cool off. They chose Noah's Event Venue in Charlotte for it's ability to transform into each bride's vision and it's convenient location. No parking decks or city meters to deal with there!
Liz's gown was so elegant and fit her absolutely perfectly. Her bridesmaids were graced with lovely dark blue dresses that went perfectly with the pop of orange in their gorgeous fall bouquets. Pedro and his guys, accented with blue, looked dapper as can be! The colors were just gorgeous against the backdrop of the just-starting-to-change leaves.
The ceremony had everyone in tears, but with bursts of laughter as Pedro managed to sneak some hip hop lyrics into his vows. He may have also told Liz "You is kind. You is smart. You is important." Talk about some of the best vows I've ever heard. They were so "them".
Everyone enjoyed cocktails and snacks (including cupcakes laced with tequila and vodka shots) while the bride and groom enjoyed their portrait session. Afterwards, Split Second Sound lit up the dance floor for a night full of partying and dancing. Liz and Pedro left in usual Geek Squad style...with a light saber exit. How fun!!"
- Amanda Moss, Amanda Moss Photography