Genevieve & Chase — St. Paul’s Cathedral | Park Lane

There has never been a more stunning backdrop for a ceremony than a Cathedral, and St. Paul’s in Birmingham is certainly no exception. Genevieve & Chase were united in marriage on a beautiful August day at St. Paul’s Cathedral in downtown Birmingham. All photos were provided by Neiconi Photography.

Genevieve wore a traditional white a-line beaded satin gown and carried an all white and cream bouquet comprised of white roses, hydrangea, and calla lilies which was wrapped in lace.

Genevieve and Chase took their pre-ceremony photos at the beautiful Ross Bridge Resort & Spa. Chase’s boutonniere was made of a single white calla lily pulled from his bride’s bouquet and accented with a white spray rose and a touch of seeded eucalyptus.

The most important ladies in Genevieve’s life carried clutch bouquets made up entirely of white hydrangea. Against their pink dresses it was the definition of southern beauty. 

Four family pews were marked with floral badges of white hydrangea, roses, white spray roses, and seeded eucalyptus.

Guests partied into the night at the lovely venue Park Lane tucked away in Mountain Brook’s English Village. The bridal cake was topped off with a floral mound of the wedding flowers, white roses and hydrangea. The base of the cake was also surrounded by white hydrangea.

Park Lane, owned and catered by Kathy G & Company, created delectible hors d’oeuvres for Genevieve & Chase’s guests to enjoy which also included mini desserts.

 The newlyweds were sent off under a tunnel of sparklers by their guests. Thank you again for allowing us to be such a large part of your special day. Congratulations! 

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