Grosse Pointe Club Wedding | Chloe & Peter
Chloe and Peter had a wedding day to remember! They were surrounded by beloved family and friends, and the Grosse Pointe Club wedding took place by the scenic Lake St. Clarir. When describing the “theme” of the day, Chloe explained: “Peter’s family has a house in Sutton’s Bay, I am from Grosse Pointe, and our families both grew up with canoe tripping in our lives. The lake is an important and symbolic part of our relationship, so we are so excited to be able to show off Lake St. Clair to our guests.” Everybody present at the celebration enjoyed the beautiful scenery, as much as they enjoyed being witnesses to this milestone in the newlywed’s lives.
Chloe went for a more natural look on her wedding day. With minimal makeup and a simple updo, she looked like herself―simply gorgeous!! And her unique dress just helped to accentuate the bride’s natural beauty.
While the girls were getting ready, one of the bridesmaid received a call from her sister. She had just found out that her niece was born! As the new aunt started to shed some happy tears, we snapped some photos to capture this precious, candid moment!
We loved that the couple was so attentive to their guests! They made sure to greet each person present in this celebration. The day might have been about the beginning of their marriage, but the newlyweds wanted this celebration to be about the relationships they have with their family and friends that they cherish so much. We had a lot of fun capturing each moment the couple shared with their loved ones.
Congratulations, Chloe and Peter! Here are some of our favorite moments.
Grosse Pointe Club Wedding Vendors
Photography: Amanda Dumouchelle Photography
Ceremony: Christ Church Grosse Pointe
Reception Venue: The Grosse Pointe Club
Dat-of Planner: Scarlet Poppy
Dress Designer: Amsale
Hair: Edwin Paul Salon
Shoes: Kate Spade
Rings: Greenwich Street Jewelers
Earrings: Bounkit Design
Groom’s Menswear: Freeman’s Sporting Club
Music: Bluewater Kings
Transportation: Trinity Transportation