Real Wedding — Rebecca & Mbonisi

Finally, my personal “sneak peek” photos from Rebecca & Mbonisi’s peacock-themed wedding.  This was a wedding for which I served as the day-of coordinator on my own with the pre-wedding planning conducted under Courtney Swierczek’s guidance as an Associate Coordinator for her company, A Sweet Soiree.  Crossing my fingers for some professional photos soon!

Rebecca's mother created all of the pew and alter flower arrangements.

Rebecca's incredibly talented family performed the ceremony music!

Coordinator:  A Sweet Soiree Events (Kelley Finnegan)

Ceremony Venue:  Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church

Cocktails & Reception Venue: George Washington Masonic Memorial

Caterer:  Basikneads

Florist:  Michael’s Flowers

DJ:  DJ Ivan Moore

Photography/Videography:  George Street Photo & Video (Lead photo: Nick Welsh; Second photo: Pablo deLoy; Video: Hugh Staples)


As for why I haven’t posted since last Tuesday, it’s because I spent a long weekend in Nashville exploring the city and looking for apartments!  Taylor & I had a ton of fun with our friends, Jimmy & Alex.  My mom was even able to make the trip from Indianapolis — it was great to spend time with her.  Check back tomorrow for details on our trip!

Happy Monday!


4 thoughts on “Real Wedding — Rebecca & Mbonisi

  1. […] 20 — I executed the day of coordination for A Sweet Soiree Events at Rebecca & Mbonisi’s wedding at the George Washington Masonic Memorial. Photo credit: Kelley Finnegan Photo credit: […]

  2. Rebecca & Mbonisi says:

    Thank you SO much for the sneak peek, and SO SO much more for all your hard work that went into making our big day go perfectly. You were fantastic, and wowed all our family and friends… and us of course! We can’t wait for the pro photos, and will certainly share them with you and Courtney.

    • Thank you for your kind words, Rebecca! It was a pleasure working with you & Mbonisi and Courtney and I would love to see the professional photos when they are ready. Hope you two are enjoying your new place and your new married life. Please stay in touch!

  3. […] is family-style dinners.  This trend is especially popular for smaller weddings.  However, both Rebecca & Mbonisi and Nicole & Michael had guest counts over 100 and chose this type of set-up (Unfortunately, I […]

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