My soon to be released “DomLovesMary” font was named in memory of my in-laws Dominic and Mary Sementelli.
Today’s post is about their beautiful wedding .
On September 6, 1953 Dominic Sementelli and Mary Arnone took their vows to become man and wife in St.Paul’s Catholic Church in Erie, Pennsylvania. This picture showcases her beautiful gown with lace inlets paired with a darling Juliet cap veil.
Her classic bouquet was all white with lillies and stephanotis. Dom’s boutonniere featured the same small white flower.
As they left the church, the traditional custom of throwing rice was in full swing. Check out the young girl in the stripped dress to the left of Dom. Classic 50’s.
As Dom helps his newlywed wife into the car, they briefly glance at the photographer. The look of total contentment on their faces is so precious. This is one of the pictures that first inspired me to create a font named after them.
One of my favorite pics ! I love how she is holding his face.
Dom and Mary’s formal portrait with their bridal party. The bridesmaids dresses were dark navy velvet with light blue fabric and netting and they carried long red stemmed roses. Wish I could have seen them in color!
I hope you enjoyed “attending” the wedding of Dom and Mary.
Tomorrow’s post: “DomLovesMary: The Reception”
Hope you enjoyed “attending” the wedding of this lovely couple.
The font family features three different versions of the alphabet, a set of “Add Ons” that will include words like “and, to, of, for, at, etc…in addition to 124 flourishes to be added to either the upper or lower case so you can create your own custom look!
It will be released on myfonts.com on October 30 at Correspondence Ink foundry .
I’ll be sponsoring a give away of a wedding item using the DomLovesmary font on Brenda’s blog soon. Subscribe to my blog to get the details.
Monday’s post will feature: DomLovesMary font- the Wedding!
- Belluccia was named one of myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011.