Tudor Arms Wedding
Alli and Cameron’s Tudor Arms wedding was old world charm with some modern touches.
Please enjoy, Scott Shaw Photo | Cleveland Wedding Photographer
It’s always a treat to photograph a Tudor Arms wedding. The architecture is such a perfect backdrop
for the ceremony and reception.
Alli said Cameron found the venue online and said it was a must see. “It was one of the few wedding
searches he helped with and we visited the venue with my parents and we all fell in love with it
During the getting ready time we were able to document them separated by a wall. “The first look
and reading of our letters was an important time for us to share a special moment – just the two of us
before spending our special day with our loved ones. This was our way of calming our nerves and privately
sharing how we feel about each other,” Alli said.
Friends are important to the couple so they wrote a bit about their matron of honor and best man
so I thought I would let everyone hear about them.
Cameron about Sal: “Our friendship started right out of high school when I was attending Ohio
University and Sal went to University of Akron. He was friends with my roommate Brent (also in our wedding),
so he would come visit often. Every time he would come to OU or I would come back home to Akron, we would
always cause a riot together. Our love of shenanigans brought us together and when I moved to University of
Akron, I naturally moved in with Sal. We were inseparable and have been ever since. We can always rely on
each other for anything and know the other will pick up the phone and drop what we are doing to help each
other throughout life.”
Alli about Cassidy: “Our friendship started all the way from riding the elementary school bus,
having my first sip of alcohol at her house, going to rival colleges and living completely across the
country from each other. We have continued to grow our friendship and stay close talking every day even
with a four hour time difference. I look forward to my call from Alaska every night at 8:30pm!”
We were able to get upstairs for a view just after sunset. It was a grey day so no golden sky
and it was still worth it. “Heading to the rooftop for photos and the spectacular view topped the night
off and made not eating dinner worth it! LOL We hope to rent the rooftop Airbnb on our one year
anniversary to relive our perfect day!”
I think that’s a great idea and I’m hoping some of my Tudor Arms couples in 2022 are able to
do the same on their wedding night.
The guys needed some YouTube help for their bow ties.
Cameron helped Austin.
Alli’s cousins and second cousins Paige, Delaney, Hannah and Ansley were ready for the
wedding and had some fun.
The couple read their letters and opened gifts.
Alli and her mother Peggy checked out the dress.
The ladies played Headz Up before the first look.
Look at the heart that champagne produced!
Alli did a first look with her father Todd before he walked her down the aisle.
Dylan and Delaney enjoyed themselves.
Alli’s cousin Ryan officiated a wedding for the first time.
The couple got a bit teary eyed during father Todd’s toast.
Alli’s Aunt Tam and cousin Delaney danced all night as did friend Erik who introduced the
couple and his girlfriend Katie.
Officiant: Ryan Richards (Alli’s cousin) his first and only wedding officiating
Ceremony: Tudor Arms
Reception: Tudor Arms
Catering: Tudor Arms
Cake: Tiffany’s Bakery
Florist: Reilly’s Originals
Dress: Doreen Leaf Designs
Bride’s shoes: Kate Spade Keds
Tuxedo: Tuxedo – Ticknors
Engagement ring: Sheiban Jewlers
Wedding bands: Sheiban Jewlers
Hair: Ramona Dauska Studio
Makeup: Cleveland Beauty Collective
DJ: Sound Precision Entertainment
Signage: bridesmaids and bride made
Wedding coordinator: Elegant Events by Maria
Transportation: Platinum Party Bus
Video: Elite Ohio Events
Assistant: Amy Kuntz
Thank you for viewing this Tudor Arms wedding,
– Scott Shaw Photo | Cleveland Wedding Photographer