Category Archives: Cleveland Wedding Photography

Grand Pacific Hotel Wedding | Olmsted Falls, Ohio

Kristy and Dave’s love story began at work in Ohio, although it was an a hour apart. Even with Dave living in the country and Kristy living in Lakewood, they made the commute work for 4 years. Dave proposed to Kristy on a family trip in Sodus Point,NY. While on the trip, Kristy was skipping some rocks on the water and Dave got on down on one knee. Kristy turned around and was so shocked she accidentally pushed him over!

Everything about their wedding was uniquely them! Dave and Kristy selected Grand Pacific Wedding Gardens in Olmsted Falls to hold their outdoor ceremony with the reception following at the Grand Pacific Hotel. The ceremony site over looks a stream with two charming cottages for the bride and groom to await their guests. Built in the 1830’s, the Grand Pacific Hotel is the one of the oldest historic structures in Olmsted Township. The hotel was perfect from their intimate wedding.

Every wedding detail was personalized. Kristy had her creative hand designing wedding invitations. She even created the logo with their faces on the invite and the match box covers. Wedding florals by were both playful and elegant ( Helen from A New Leaf Florist knocked it out of the park!) A backdrop of colorful ribbon and pompoms blew in the breeze behind Dave and Kristy at the ceremony. Handmade name cards with ninjas and cars greeted the guests at the reception. The wedding day was uniquely them!

Wedding Vendors

Cleveland Wedding Photographer: Elizabeth Glorioso

Ceremony Venue: Grand Pacific Wedding Gardens Olmsted Falls, Ohio

Reception Venue: Grand Pacific Hotel Olmsted Falls, Ohio

Wedding Boutique: Lilliana Bridal Lakewood, Ohio

Hair: KS Collective | Kate Skinner

Makeup: Face Canvas | Jennifer Cruz

Groom’s Attire: Indochino

Entertainment: A Bride’s DJ

Florist: A New Leaf Florist | Helen Frantz

Wedding Cake: KB Confections

Transportation: Titan Limousine

Blue Heron Wedding in Medina | Stephanie + David

It has been an unusual year for wedding planning( to say the least!) Brides and grooms equally stressed over details, Stephanie and David just rolled with it. Moving forward with so much excitement to get married!

Stephanie met David while attending Brecksville High School. Eleven years later, Stephanie could not wait to marry her best friend. The smiles did not leave their faces all day.

Blue Heron in Medina is a beautiful venue for hosting a summer wedding! Having both an outdoor area for a ceremony and indoor space for the reception, Blue Heron was perfect fit for Stephanie and David’s day. With a bit of rain in the forecast, fingers were crossed for some sunshine for their ceremony. Luck on their side! The sun peaked out long enough for the bride and groom to have a first look, take a few outdoor portraits and have their ceremony to go off with out a hitch!

Stephanie had chalk board signs made for each bridesmaid. The words written on the boards are how she met each person.
Getting ready at her family home. Stephanie got help from mom with her veil.

A tearful first look for both the bride and her dad.

Cathedral train Stephanie wore with her wedding gown was a stunner!
Before the ceremony, a quick first glance of Stephanie with her birth father.

The summery outdoor ceremony included their pup, Gunner, who stood in as the ring bearer.

Invitations: Basic Invite

Wedding Dress: Lablanca Bridal

Hair : Jessica Salerno and The Lipstick Twins

Makeup: The Lipstick Twins

Groom’s Tux: Lablanca Bridal

DJ: Troy Entertainment

Florist : Socially Artistic Events

Wedding Cake : Nothing Bundt Cake

Transportation: A-1 Mr. Limo

Ring: Diamond Direct

Elizabeth Glorioso, Cleveland Wedding Photographer

Shawshank Woodshop Wedding | Upper Sandusky, Ohio

Small hometown weddings are some of my favorites. I love when couples pick a location that has meaning for them for their big day! When I met with Joey and Jennifer, they spoke excitedly about their wedding plans in Upper Sandusky. Being a photographer from Cleveland, I didn’t know much about Jennifer’s hometown. Upper Sandusky is small town with a lot of character. It was one of several film locations for the movie, The Shawshank Redemption. When they revealed that the Shawshank Woodshop was the location for the reception, I knew this wedding would be a blast!

Getting married at  Jennifer’s childhood church, we started the day at Trinity United Church of Christ. Jennifer and Joey both choose to get ready there with family and close friends. The church was intimate and the perfect size for the ceremony.

The brooch with her grandmother’s initials was added to the bridal bouquet as the something “old” and something “borrowed”.

Detail of the wedding rings placed on the embroidered handkerchief. Jennifer carried it with her bouquet.

Mother of the bride was so happy to help Jennifer get ready.

Father of the bride was so excited to see his daughter in her dress for the first time.

Beautiful view of the back of the bride’s dress from the choir loft.

Old Stained glass on the interior of the choir loft of the church was perfect for a wedding portrait.

A pocket of nice light in the stairwell from the choir loft created spot for a candid portrait.

Located next to the Sandusky River, Indian Mill Museum was a gorgeous backdrop for portraits after the ceremony.

Shawshank Woodshop and Museum was perfect for an intimate wedding reception.

Designed by Jennifer, the botanical details on the seating cards greeted the guests.

Bride and groom hung out with a few wedding crashers.

Yummy naked wedding cake with fresh berries.

With the glow from the reception inside, Jennifer and Joey enjoyed a moment alone and the last photo of the night.


Cleveland Ritz Carlton Wedding | Moran + Eric

Cleveland in December. You never know what weather you are going to get on a wedding day. Photographing in downtown Cleveland in the winter can be dreary, but Moran and Eric wedding day was bright and cheerful. Eric and Moran met overseas and planned to have wedding celebrations for both families. Because they were having a wedding ceremony in March in Moran’s native Israel, they choose to have an intimate wedding with family and close friends here in Cleveland.

The bride and groom got ready for their day at the Ritz Carlton downtown. The Ritz was the perfect venue for their intimate ceremony and reception. The hotel has gone through amazing renovations, including the lobby. It was great spot for their quick first look. With the sun on our side, we ventured outside of the Ritz for portraits on Public Square. Even after the leaves and flowers are gone, Public Square is an inviting space to take photographs.

Moran and Eric had a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony. Ceremony began surrounded by family the signing of a Ketubah, their marriage agreement.  Friends held up their lovely Chuppah, a canopy beneath which Moran and Eric said their vows. 

After the ceremony, a private dinner reception held for their wedding guests.  To kick off the evening, family and friends enjoyed a few cocktails before Eric and Moran’s parents and siblings shared hear-felt words for the bride and groom. Documenting their wedding story was truly a pleasure.

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A wedding portrait on Cleveland Public Square.

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Bride’s bouquet with delicate pink orchids and white roses.

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Moms are placing the veil on the Bride before the ceremony.

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Both moms shared a few tears while the bride finished getting ready.

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A detail of the groom’s silver cuff links.

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Groom and his brother the best man getting ready for the wedding day in downtown Cleveland.

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The groom’s classic navy suit complimented pink and white florals in bride’s bouquet.

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Elizabeth Glorioso | Cleveland Wedding Photographer

Ariel International Wedding | Alison + Matt

There is nothing like getting married in your hometown. Alison and Matt came home to Cleveland have their wedding ceremony and reception at the Ariel International Center. With panoramic views of the Lake Erie and the Cleveland skyline, Ariel International was the perfect choice in venue.

Their wedding day began at Alison’s parent home where Alison and Matt decided to do a first look in the backyard. Even though it is less traditional, a first look is a great idea for couples who want to do portraits before the ceremony. And Matt was all smiles when seeing his bride for the first time.

Rain was in the forecast, but held off long enough for some outdoor photos. From Alison’s parents’ home, we headed to the Cleveland Museum of Art and Wade Oval. The museum with its wonderful architecture and landscaped grounds is a natural spot for great wedding portraits.

The ceremony and reception went off without a hitch. Beautiful white draped background was hung in the ceremony space. The reception room glittered with gold tablecloths with pink hydrangea and rose centerpieces. The Cleveland skies cleared in the evening so we went up to the roof deck to catch the those 360 degree views.

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A sunset wedding portrait on the roof deck at Ariel International Center in Cleveland, Ohio

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A detail of the heirloom pin the bride’s grandmother wore on her wedding day.

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The family dog did not want to wander far as Alison’s sister zips up her dress.

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Outstanding pinks, golds and greens in this stunning bridal bouquet by Blooms by Plantscaping.

Wedding portraits at the Cleveland Museum

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A portrait of the the bride and groom in front of Chester Beach’s 1927 Fountain of the Waters.

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The wedding portraits taken on the steps of the 1913 building of the Cleveland Museum of Art.

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A simple four tier buttercream wedding cake with pink roses was perfect for reception.

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Elizabeth Glorioso | Cleveland Wedding Photographer

Cleveland Wedding | Lindsey + Stephen

I was excited to photograph Lindsey and Stephen’s wedding story. They are the cutest match! They have a shared love for the Cleveland Indians, Ohio State Buckeyes and their two fur babies, Buckeye and Brutus.

Lindsey arrived with her bridesmaids at her parish, St. Anthony of Padua Church in Parma. She shared moments with her dad before the ceremony while Stephen spend time with his groomsmen. They had a traditional Catholic wedding ceremony, with family and friends all smiles. Afterwards, we headed to the Cleveland Museum of Art and Cleveland Botanical Gardens for wedding portraits and time with the bridal party. The wedding reception that evening was held at Saint Clarence Pavilion in North Olmsted, complete with a sparkler exit at the end of the night.

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The wedding party at the Cleveland Botanical Garden in front the the reflecting pool.

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Bride and groom had their dogs brought to church after the ceremony. Stephen talking over photos with Brutus.

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Portraits taken in the cool shade of the Japanese Garden at the Cleveland Botanical Garden.

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The one of the centerpieces of the Cleveland Botanical Garden is the 74 foot-long reflecting pool.

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The spacious English herb garden with its formal design makes for a beautiful location for wedding portraits.

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Even in the fall, the English Garden still had a few roses in bloom.

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Detail of their custom engraved wedding flutes. perfect for toasting.

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First dances at the wedding reception at St. Clarence Pavilion in North Olmsted

Twinkle lights for a romantic background during Lindsey and Stephen’s dance.

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Hummingbird Bake Shop made a fabulous naked wedding cake.

Groom’s socks with their dogs, Brutus and Buckeye.

Stephen’s surprise for Linsdey: a groom leisure suit complete with pink Parma flamingos.

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The evening ends with a sparker exit at the reception.

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And a dip and a kiss!

Elizabeth Glorioso | Cleveland Wedding Photographer

Creating Stress-Free Wedding Photos

Weddings are supposed to be joyous occasion, but too often, the stress of ensuring the day goes off without a hitch takes its toll on the happy couple.  Brides and grooms, take a deep breath, relax and actually live in the moments that represent the start of your life with your partner. With these simple tips, you can help your wedding photographer capture the true beauty of the day.

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Cleveland Botanical Garden is a gorgeous location for wedding portraits any time of year.

Pick a venue that represents you.

Do you want a formal country club affair or is a more relaxed park setting more your speed? Pick a location that will make you feel like yourself and don’t let others pressure you into having your wedding where they want you to.

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Wedding ceremony at Ariel International, Cleveland, Ohio

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First dance at a wedding reception at Mapleside Farm, Brunswick, Ohio

Bride and groom at Lake Forest Country Club

A quick kiss after signing the Ketubah for a Jewish wedding ceremony at Lake Forest Country Club in Hudson, Ohio

Don’t over-schedule your day.

Don’t try to fill your schedule so tight with everything you think you need to do. Make sure you leave time to enjoy all aspects of your day. A relaxed bride is a happy bride, after all.

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We found a lovely spot in Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens in Akron Ohio on a rainy wedding day.

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Finding beautiful light for a portrait outside of SmArt Space at West 78th Street Studios in Cleveland, Ohio.

Allow enough time for formal shots.

Make sure you leave enough time for formal shots; you know, the ones you have to have because your parents and grandparents insist. Think about how many groups you want to capture and factor in about two to three minutes per group. Oh, and add a buffer for Aunt Sally’s bathroom break, a flower girl or ring bearer having a meltdown, and a bridesmaid looking for her bouquet. Allowing enough time for these shots gives your photographer the extra time to make sure the veil is perfect, the boutonnieres are straight, everyone is smiling and as a result, the shot turns out perfect!

Portraits taken at Cleveland Courthouse

No need for a long shot list.

You don’t want your wedding photographer checking off a to-do list versus capturing moments as they happen naturally. A shot list that merely states “1. Photo of the Bride. 2. Photo of the Groom 3. Photo of the Bridal Party,” etc., is obvious to your professional photographer and isn’t needed.  A more helpful is a short list that includes “key players” and a few must-have shots. A handkerchief handed down from your great-grandmother that you are carrying down the aisle. A close aunt who traveled for special for your wedding day. A bridesmaid or family member can be helpful point out to that special person to photographer.

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The wedding dress along side the teal bridesmaid dresses at hung in a window at Tudor House in Akron, Ohio

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A lovely wedding ring detail in the succulent plant table center piece.

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Custom engraved champagne flutes for toasting at the reception.

Pick only one or two special locations for creative photos.

Going with our theme of “less is more”, don’t try to get pictures at every attraction in the city. Pick a couple that are the most meaningful to you and let your photographer work his or her magic.

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Most importantly, congratulations on finding the love of your life! After all, that’s really what the day is all about.

Elizabeth Glorioso | Cleveland Wedding Photographer


Ballroom at Park Lane Wedding | Cleveland, Ohio

Blue skies were in the forecast for Christine and Brad’s spectacular day. I was so excited for the opportunity to photograph their wedding. Christine got ready for her day at the same location as their reception later that evening, The Ballroom at Park Lane. Built in 1923 as a luxury hotel and speakeasy, Park Lane now serves as a unique venue for wedding and events in Cleveland. The venue also has a large bridal suite and a lovely outdoor courtyard for portraits so it was perfect location to start the day.

Brad began his day with going over the vows for the ceremony at  St. Paschal’s Baylon Catholic Church. With a wall of windows, the ceremony had beautiful light!

Christine and Brad love Cleveland. We took the bridal party downtown after the ceremony for some portrait fun at the Rock Hall. And photos by Lake Erie always says “This is the Land”.

Cleveland Museum of Art lagoon served as a perfect backdrop for some drop-dead gorgeous wedding portraits.

The custom designed wedding cake from A Cookie and A Cupcake was a stunner.

Elizabeth Glorioso | Cleveland Wedding Photographer

Church : St. Paschal’s Baylon Catholic Church

Reception: Ballroom at Park Lane

Cake : Cookie and a Cupcake

Alissa + Mike | Springlake Wedding, Lakemore, Ohio

Alissa and Mike found the perfect location for their outdoor ceremony. When we met a few months before their wedding day, they were so excited they found the perfect venue. I couldn’t wait to see it!

Just south of Akron, Springlake Party Center is located in Lakemore, Ohio. Springlake provides a lovely backdrop with beautiful lakeside views.  Along with the gazebo for the ceremony, the venue has landscaped grounds for portraits. (Definitely a big plus for the wedding photographer!)

Alissa got ready with her bridesmaids at the Marriott in downtown Akron. First, I started to document all the beautiful details. The glittery shoes. The sparkling bridal jewelry. And that  bridal veil. It was extra special. Alissa’s mom had the veil made from her wedding dress. After we finished photos, I headed to ceremony. I caught up with the groom getting ready for the ceremony with his family.

With clouds overhead getting darker as the ceremony ended, we squeezed in the last portraits before the down pour. The rain didn’t matter. Even with the storm threatening overhead, Alissa’s sweet personality and Mike’s good sense of humor, they had the perfect wedding day.

It was a pleasure to document their moments and watch the day unfold.

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Bride and groom enjoy a laugh during the portrait session.

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Pink rose petals made a pretty background for the wedding rings.

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Amy + Taryn | Mapleside Farm Wedding Brunswick, Ohio

Amy and Taryn selected a wedding venue with the most fantastic countryside view in Ohio. Mapleside Farm is a small apple farm located just south of Cleveland. With a picturesque views of the orchards in the valley below, the ceremony took place on the sunny hilltop next to the barn. Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography196

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The Barn at Mapleside was designed with wedding receptions in mind so it had wonderful rustic charm, but a great seating for dinner and dancing. Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography157 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography158 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography159 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography160 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography161 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography162 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography163 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography164 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography165 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography166 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography167 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography168 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography169 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography170 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography172 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography173 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography174 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography175 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography176 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography177 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography178wedding farm Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography179 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography180 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography182 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography183 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography184 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography185 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography186 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography187 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography189 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography190 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography192 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography193 Mapleside Farm wedding_cleveland ohio_Glorioso Photography194With such a lovely view outside of the barn, we stepped away from the reception for a few moments to get a sunset portrait of the bride and groom.
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