Lyndsay and Nick had a perfect June wedding beginning in the heart of downtown Detroit. They began the day getting ready in their suite at the Motor City Casino, overlooking the Detroit skyline, the grounds of old Tiger Stadium and a view of the Ambassador Bridge. Both Lyndsay and Nick were together, with their families, grandparents and wedding party all getting ready in the same suite.
Their ceremony was held at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in nearby Grosse Pointe Park, recently made famous having been featured in the Clint Eastwood’s movie, “Gran Torino.” The reception followed at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn. This is a fabulous venue, providing both a magestic and historic setting inside the museum with its shiny marble floors, large pillars, an entrance with a winding staircase, and glorious chandeliers throughout. Outside, the museum is adjacent to Greenfield Village, which offers a step back in time to historic sites from the turn of last century. While the guests enjoyed cocktail hour, Lyndsay and Nick enjoyed a romantic ride around the village in a chauffeured Model T.
During the evening, in addition to the customary toasts, dinner and dancing, the guests were treated to a mosaic of deserts that were set up at various stations, including a Motown favorite: the Hot Fudge Cream Puff! As always, the guests were given access to the surrounding displays of historic motor cars, including several U.S. Presidential Limousines. As an added treat, the current Titanic display was opened for them to enjoy.