eureka springs: part 2

see part 1 here.

in undergrad, one of the buildings that we studied in our architecture classes and in studio was thorncrown chapel, designed by e. fay jones. i always loved the chapel and found it to be very inspirational. so i was very excited when my friend told me that she was actually going to get married in the chapel. (she was also studying architecture with me, did i mention that?).

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it was raining the day of the wedding, but the sun came out just in time for the ceremony.

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mike and i got there early so we were able to see the chapel and take a few photos before the other guests arrived.

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the wedding, and the location, was just beautiful.

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congratulations melissa and matthew!!

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3 Responses to eureka springs: part 2

Dennis and Su said...

I love the metal work! So cool!
(You and Mike look pretty good there!)

Kelly said...

What a beautiful place to tie the knot!

Kelly

Katie said...

the entire chapel is actually made of wood, except for the diamond connectors in the photo above.

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