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A Day to Remember - Kate Thompson & Carl Shoemaker

The Bridal Party - Kate Thompson & Carl Shoemaker

The Bridal Party - Kate Thompson & Carl Shoemaker

Kate Thompson and Carl Shoemaker were wed on September 4, 2011 at The Queensbury Hotel’s Gold Room surrounded by family and friends. The group held a festive reception in recognition of the special occasion in the ballroom of the hotel.

The Ceremony

The wedding invitations were printed by 1-2-3 Printing. The ceremony was in the Gold Room of The Queensbury Hotel. The vows were officiated by Mary DuRoss-Cole, and music was performed by Harpist Elizabeth Huntely. Decorations were made by Parkside Flowers.

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The First Dance - Kate Thompson & Carl Shoemaker

The Reception

The reception was held in the Ballroom of The Queensbury Hotel. Music was provided by the Jonathan Newell Band. Guests enjoyed catering by The Queensbury Hotel and a cupcake arrangement by Laura Carusone-Alison of Stomach Cakes. Decorations were by the bride’s mother and friend. Flowers were from Parkside Flowers.

The Look

The bride and her bridesmaids wore gowns from the Fashion Corner in Port Henry and Danielle’s Bridal. Nails and hair were done by Karla DuBrule and team. Accessories were made by the bride’s sister-in-law, Patsy Thompson. The groom and groomsmen wore tuxedos from Jonathan Reid. The Bride’s ring came from Autumn Gold and the Groom’s ring was passed down by his father.

The Rehearsal Dinner

The rehearsal dinner was at The Queensbury Hotel.

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Overlooking the Guests - Kate Thompson & Carl Shoemaker

The Details

The day was captured on film by Bigler Productions, Photography and Videography. Guest gifts and wedding favors were put together by the family. Guest accommodations were at the Queensbury Hotel. Special thanks to Chantel Giroux, Wedding Coordinator at the Queensbury Hotel.

The Honeymoon

The couple took a honeymoon trip on Carnival Glory cruise to Halifax, Nova Scotia and Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

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