Megan and Chris’ Oxford Exchange wedding was *everything.*
Megan and Chris’ Oxford Exchange wedding was so vibrant and full of life. If you live in Tampa, you know that Oxford Exchange is one of THE top venues for just about any special event. Their food is amazing (I’m talking to you, Buffalo Cauliflower with creamy Cambozola cheese), the ambiance is unmatched, and the décor is completely unique. Long story short, you can always count on an Oxford Exchange wedding to blow you away.
But Megan and Chris didn’t just have one incredible venue, they had two!
Their ceremony was held at St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, which was simply dazzling! I am so excited to share this gallery with you because these pictures are truly out of this world. Seriously, it was almost TOO beautiful. My eyes could barely handle it!!
Picture this: Megan and Chris were hand in hand at the altar, both dressed in white and adorned with elegant stefana (traditional Greek wedding crowns). The long train of Megan’s wedding dress cascaded down the altar behind them, like a waterfall of creamy lace and pearlescent beads.
Streams of literal RAINBOWS poured in from the stained-glass windows and reflected across the halls of the church. Gold detailing was laced throughout the building, always glittering in the corner of your eye, no matter where you looked. Delicate, white floral arrangements lined the aisles where smiling guests sat. And the soft, amber light of the chandelier hugged every surface.
I don’t think my words can quite do it justice, so I’ll let the photos speak for themselves!
Megan and Chris, I can’t imagine a more beautiful and special celebration of your love. Thank you for letting me capture every moment!
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Reception Venue – Oxford Exchange
Photographer – Ashley Izquierdo
Videographer – A Peachy Life Productions
Florist – Carmen’s Flowers
Catering – Oxford Exchange
Wedding Cake and Desserts – Carmen’s Flowers
Paper goods – Oxford Exchange
Hair and makeup – Ashlee Ann
Officiant – Fr. Stavros from St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church
Wedding dress – Galia Lahav
Bridesmaids dresses – Lulus
Groom’s suit – Jos A. Banks