Wedding at the Palace at Somerset Park

From the Photographer:

Maggie & Albert’s wedding was best described as a day for friends and family from far and near. They chose the perfect date; July 4th for their beginning …family flew in from all across the county and across the pond. Their wedding day was filled with love, laughter, and loads of dancing. But it was filled with so much more simply because a boy fell in love with a girl at their common workplace; all the while going about their daily routine to one day walk the hallways as new and SEE each other for the “1st” time… that lead to that 1st date and lead to this incredible union that gathered two families bound with pure love. Their wedding was filled with love steeped in a traditional Catholic Polish church ceremony at Sacred Heart RC; rich cultural history and hearts enveloped with warmth/happiness. They both complement one another to perfection; they emit a positive, fun filled energy that just simply invites others into their world as a new family. Their wedding was at the Gorgeous Palace at Somerset Park and one for the books. Very detail to perfection exemplifying their personalities and union together. Maggie chose a simple white, pink, and hints of color from orange and yellow florals simply flawless; by Floral Sentiments. Albert and Maggie’s evening ended the night with circles of friends gathered around the dance floor; with the newlyweds dancing int he middle all nights thanks to Dj Austin John. Details of day: Our day was very traditional. The wedding dress was a ball gown by Maggie Sottero. The bridesmaids wore coral dresses by Bill Levkoff, while the groomsmen complemented them with gray suits. The wedding took place at Christ the Redeemer Church in the bride’s hometown. Pictures were taken afterwards at Colonial Park, where the bride and groom frequently go on walks and bike rides. The reception took place at the Palace in Somerset. There were approximately 170 guests. The first dance was a choreographed Viennese Waltz to Christina Perri’s “A thousand years.”


Shoes: INC from Macy’s | Jewelry: Givenchy from Macy’s |Transportation: Santos VIP | Officiant: Rev. Stanislaw Slaby | Favors: mini Korbel champagne bottles | Entertainment: DJ Austin John | Videographer: James Jeon | Hair: 75 West, Patricia Wolff  | Make-up: Nicole of Melissa D’Aloia | Stationary/Invitations: Cherish the Moment of Morristown | Wedding Gown: Maggie Sottero | Bridesmaid Dresses: Bill Levkoff | Venue & Planner: The Palace at Somerset Park | Floral Designer: Floral Sentiments | Invitation Designer: Cherish the Moment |Photographer: Meely Photography