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Andrea and Sean had their Tudor Arms Hotel wedding on an unseasonably warm November day in Cleveland.
A couple of previous clients of mine referred Andrea and Sean to me because they were blown away by the quality of their wedding photos and films. For me, there is no greater honor than to receive a referral, which is why I offer a referral bonus to new clients!
Tudor Arms Hotel Wedding: History at Every Turn
Tudor Arms Hotel weddings are bursting at the seams with history, timelessness and class. The hotel was originally built in the early years of the Great Depression and has played host to some of Cleveland’s elite and well-to-do travelers. Recently renovated and restored with an incredible attention to detail, the Tudor Arms Hotel features two large ballrooms, a massive cocktail hour space and a rich, cozy feeling. The Crystal Ballroom, which is where Andrea and Sean had their reception, is one of the most visually striking spaces in the entire city. I swear, the ceilings feel like they are 500 feet high. Yes, that is an exaggeration but trust me when I say that it is an incredible experience.
Engaged with Nora: Planned to Perfection
Andrea and Sean’s Tudor Arms Hotel wedding was meticulously planned by Engaged with Nora, a Cleveland-area wedding planning firm. From our first conversation to delivery day, Engaged with Nora was an incredible partner to work with. They made sure the day ran as smoothly as possible and that no detail was left to chance.
Married in the Church
Andrea and Sean exchanged their vows at Holy Rosary Church before we did the portrait sessions for the bridal party and Andrea and Sean. They booked me for full photography and videography coverage, which has a number of benefits. Having photography and videography under the same company allows for a certain creative consistency between your wedding photos and wedding film. Additionally, booking both services under the same company means the planning process is much easier because it’s one less vendor to have to coordinate with.
Since their Tudor Arms Hotel wedding was scheduled for the first weekend in November, it provided ample opportunity to heavily feature those peak fall colors!