Haley and Carl's wedding was one of the last at The Stifel Theatre of St. Louis when it was still named The Peabody Opera House.[embed]https://vimeo.com/280246164[/embed]Since the majority of their guests were traveling in from out of town (Haley and Carl live in Indianapolis but decided to get married in Haley’s home city), they wanted to plan a wedding that showcased the city of St. Louis for their guests. They chose The Stifel Theatre because of its prime downtown location and historic significance to the city. We loved helping them capture all of the intimate details of their special day. From their first look on the roof of The Chase Park Plaza to Haley’s solo walk down the aisle to where her father married them in the Ticket Lobby of the theatre, and their first dance to Bill Wither’s “Lovely Day.” The couple chose the Whole Street Productions Cinematic Story package so we could capture their day in its entirety.“We knew there would be so many details we wanted to remember from our wedding day that photography just wouldn’t be able to capture for us. The day goes by so quickly and there are moments that video is able to capture that transport you right back to that moment. Choosing the Cinematic Story was crucial because I wanted every moment on film - from getting ready with our wedding parties to our sparkler exit at the end of the night.” - Haley Bakker, Whole Street Productions Bride Planning a wedding in 2019? We’d love to be a part of your special day. We’re now booking 2019 weddings and beyond. Drop us a note and let us know what you’re looking for.VendorsVenue: The Stifel Theatre; Design + Flowers: Les Bouquets; Hair + Makeup: DanielleStyle; Photography: Jacoby Photo & Design; Invites: On Three Designs; Band: The Lustrelights; Ceremony Music: Serenade St. Louis; Transportation: Best Transportation

July 12, 2022
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