A Romantic, Formal Wedding in Michigan\\nAn elegant cultural center is enlivened by lush flowers and a romantic pink and gold color scheme.\\nThe bride wore a satin gown by Casablanca Bridal, purchased from \\"I Do,\\" Too! Bridal. \\"As I slipped it on, I could feel a smile coming to my face—and when I walked out to show my family my mom began to cry, so I knew it was the one,\\" says Brianna.\\nThe trumpet-style gown also featured a sash and a dramatic bow in the back.\\n\\nThe 1 p.m. ceremony, was held at Our Lady of Sorrows in Farmington, the groom's childhood church, and included traditional Catholic readings and songs.\\nBrianna and Andrew became engaged in 2008, following an unexpected proposal on Andrew's birthday. \\"When it was time for the cake, to my surprise, the icing read, 'Bri, will you marry me?'\\" Brianna says.\\nAfter the ceremony, the festivities moved to the Italian American Banquet and Conference Center of Livonia. \\"We'd heard great things about the center's chefs,\\" Brianna says. \\"Andrew is Italian, so delicious food was a real priority.\\" The menu featured chicken picatta and green beans almondine; all catering was provided by the venue.\\nBoxes of homemade truffles made by Andrew's mother were given as favors.\\nThe couple and their 175 guests hit the dance floor to tunes spun by Brendan Pfaff of Best DJ Service. The couple chose \\"Lost in This Moment\\" by Big & Rich for their first dance. \\"It felt like we were the only people in the room—such a beautiful moment,\\" Brianna says.\\nThe buttercream-frosted cake , by The Pastry Palace, was displayed on a stand handmade by Brianna's father.\\nThe maid of honor and the best man offered heartfelt toasts.\\nReception tables featured gold candleholders with hanging crystals, as well as a variety of gold vases filled with lush pink blooms. All floral design was by Uniquely Yours Flower Shop.