Sarah Beth weds in a Michelle Roth Gown – Opal on May 30, 2020
“The way the fabric flowed was ethereal. I loved that the dress was romantic, simple, elegant, and timeless.”
First Song: Happily Ever After, Jordan Fisher & Angie Keilhauer
Location of Wedding/Reception: Skaneateles Lake House. Skaneateles, NY.
First Dance Song: Happily Ever After, Jordan Fisher & Angie Keilhauer
Why Did I Choose a Michelle Roth Gown: My mom and I decided to go to Kleinfeld Bridal for the experience, but I didn’t plan on actually buying a gown there. I had looked at the dresses offered online and had saved a few of Michelle Roth’s gowns to my board. The Opal dress was the first dress my consultant, Brandi, picked for me to try on, and it was the first dress and only dress that I could envision wearing while walking down the aisle towards Parker. My vision was complete! The way the fabric flowed was ethereal. I loved that the dress was romantic, simple, elegant, and timeless.
Due to COVID-19, almost every aspect of our wedding changed. Parker and I are both physical therapists at a hospital in Upstate NY and have been working continuously throughout the pandemic. We are blessed to have been married on our original wedding date with my dad performing our ceremony and our immediate family joining us to celebrate. We are also so thankful to all of our vendors for their flexibility and for those who helped us at the last minute!
The original tuxedos that we had ordered were unavailable due to COVID closing the business, so a few weeks before, a local shop, Dick Anthony Ltd., came to our rescue!
Our original bakery also informed us 10 days before the wedding that the baker was still furloughed and would be unable to make our cake so Bagels and Cakes agreed to help us at the last minute.
We also found our venue 2 weeks before our wedding date. Per NYS guidelines, restaurants and reception venues were not allowed to open. We lost our church 1 week before and the Skaneateles Lake House was so gracious to host our wedding.