Juliet and Harry’s love story is that of a typical (and super sweet) office romance. The two work for the same bicycle manufacturing company and started out as coworkers, turned into friends, and with Harry’s persistence, became lovers. It is all history from there.
Juliet is a spin guru and teaches spin classes at a cycling studio in her time off while Harry likes to kick back an enjoy a cigar here and there. They are laid back people who love a good bike ride, a good romantic read in their Victorian home, and a little political chat here and there. When you take a look at their wedding, you can see this translated in their wedding design, details and mood.
Scroll down to see the details of this couples Cape May wedding story and how they brought all of their favourite things, places, and people to life in a single unforgettable wedding night.
Harry’s father is the CEO of the company that Juliet and Harry work for so bicycles are a huge part of their lives in many ways – it was important to incorporate this in the day. Harry and his groomsmen road around in vintage bikes after getting ready. There was also a bike at the entrance of their wedding as the welcome sign and the couple were later gifted a custom two seater bike by Harry’s parents. How cute is that?
Juliet and her family travelled to New York City to shop for her wedding dress. That is where they found a Kelly Faetanini wedding gown at Gabriella’s Bridal Salon. Juliet tried on the elegant, timeless and breathtaking off-shoulder gown and immediately fell in love. It was at this moment that all of the other wedding planning details and choices just fell into place. The dress inspired the rest of the design from the flowers to the decor.
Harry has a daughter and her name is Aubrey. Aubrey was the flower girl and you can see from the look on his face, that this moment meant so much to him.
Their first dance was to “Love Me Like You Do” by Ellie Goulding. When Juliet and Harry were dating they would do long drives to Cape May with Harry’s daughter Aubrey. This song was always playing in the car and they knew it would one day be their song.
Videography: Hitched Productions
Hair and Make Up: High Tech Hair Salon & Spa
Flowers: Primrose Company
Ceremony: Our Lady Star of the Sea Church
Reception: Congress Hall
Papers: Heather Clark