Hey guys! Hope this post finds you happy and ready to conquer the week! Better late then never! Here’s a little throw back to a few months ago for Logan’s special day, his Baptism.  We were so excited for this special day for Logan. So much planning and effort went into his day, the moment, and the reception afterwards. We were so blessed for such a beautiful day to share with friends and family. I wanted to make sure these moments were captured perfectly. If you’re in the Bucks county area, you must check out this church. St Mark’s in Historic Bristol is so beautiful. It was the first church built in the 1800’s in the area and is black stone on the outside and a mini cathedral on the inside. My wedding was here as well. It was wonderful to carry on with Logan’s baptism there. Here are some pictures from his special day along with some moments we captured beforehand for his invitations. Pictures in the church were captured by the amazing Elizabeth James Photography. She has such a dreamy style, love her. The rosary was special made for him from this great site I found. I have ordered a few more pieces from them and they do not disappoint! It will be such a nice keepsake. Have a great week. Remember to reflect upon moments that are special and spend time with your friends and family. Time goes by too fast. — XO Alexandra


CHRISTENING OUTFIT: Kohl’s & Macy’s  /  SHOES: Belk & Nordstrom  /  CHRISTENING SHAWL: Nordstrom  /  BAPTISM BIB: Personalization Mall  /  ROSARY: Crystal Dream  /  MONGOLIAN FAUX FUR THROW: Amazon & Wayfair  /  BLOUSE (old) similar: Macy’s & Express  /  SKIRT (old) similar: New York & Company & ASOS  /  WHITE LACE DRESS (option): Nordstrom

Photo Credit: Elizabeth James Photography

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