09 Nov The Howard Wedding – Montgomery, AL
The HOWARD Wedding
Name | Chelsea + Tytus
Date | 2.15.2020
Ceremony Venue | The Rooftop at Alley Station
Reception Venue | Warehouse at Alley Station
Event Design & Planning | Jackie Frontiero at Dana’s Floral Design
Floral | Dana’s Floral Design
Caterer | Debbie Kemsel Catering
Wedding Cakes | Barb’s Cakes
Bridal Gown | Whittington Bridal Shop (designers Kenneth Winston + Caua Blanche)
Bridemaids Dresses | I Do Bridal
Rings | Zo Frost & Co
Hair & Makeup | Hair by Amanda Blass ; Makeup by Casey Troulias
Groom & Groomsmen Attire | Groom: My Tailer Me; Groomsmen: Men’s Warehouse
Invitations & Stationary | Wiregrass Weddings
Music/Entertainment | Platinum Entertainment
Linens | BBJ Linen + I Do Linen
Lighting | AG Lighting
Rentals | Brendle Rentals + Sweet Luxury
Videography | Nick Frontiero Productions
Photography | Nick Frontiero Photography
This was a pretty rad wedding to shoot. I mean, how often do you get to photograph one of the Houston Texans football players in Montgomery, Alabama? And for a major wedding at that! Chelsea and Tytus were awesome to photograph. Chelsea’s hair was literal fire! The pop of red in every photo was amazing. The Howards are definitely my people!
Chelsea came in clutch with red bottom heels, red robes with personalized names for every one of her bridesmaids, matching red bridesmaid dresses, and detailed red typography on their stationary! Every color and detail was planned so specifically and organically. It all flowed very nicely. For the groomsmen gifts, Tytus hand selected custom suits and suit liners to match the personality of everyone of his men. I’m telling you, Chelsea and Tytus were very methodical and thoughtful about everything that went into their wedding day.
The bridesmaids were so supportive and emotional for Chelsea. They all about cried when they saw her for the first time in her dress. Chelsea and Tytus shared an intimate moment together before seeing one another at the alter as they read letters of promises, hopes and dreams to one another. They held hands, but decided to see one another for the first time during the ceremony. Presley, my videography assistant, did an excellent job putting together their clips in such a way that is happy, emotional, and heart wrenching all at the same time. Tytus really showed his love and heart for his wife through the reading of his letter and written vows. These are some of the best images I’ve gotten of a man seeing his wife to be at the alter. It the whole wedding party tear up seeing how emotional and full of love Tytus was as Chelsea walked down the aisle.
The reception had a beautiful balance between candle lighting and floral decor. The rest of the night was filled with fun and heartfelt speeches, toasts, dancing, music, celebration, confetti pops, and a sparkler send off. Chelsea and Tytus drove the night away in a classic, of course, red car.