This is a beautiful church, but they have an AWFUL lot of rules and other things that might make it difficult for you to do what you would like for your ceremony. They don't really like for you to decorate and they have no resources (unity candle stands, plant stands, pew hooks) for you to do so; you are required to use their musicians (I have an aunt who is an organist and was told that she could ONLY play during the prelude and during the lighting of the unity candle); and they have very strict rules about when you can be in the church for photography. Also, they schedule multiple weddings the same day, which would be fine if they were adequately spaced. However, there was a wedding just TWO HOURS before mine (got over 1 hour before mine). Consequently my family barely had time to put on the pew bows and set up the guest book table, and we could take NO pictures in the church before the wedding. Because we had to be out before confessions started, we also only had about 45 minutes afterward for pictures. Thanks to an excellent photographer we were able to get through family photos and bride/groom photos in that time, but no bridal party photos. If you have your heart set on getting married there and don't mind that you have to do things their way, you'll love it. Otherwise, be wary. Please note: this is nothing against the staff/clergy of the church, just the rules. The priest was very nice.
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