Jill and Rich’s Sheraton of Eatontown Wedding.

Jill and Rich’s Sheraton of Eatontown Wedding.

Sheraton of Eatontown Wedding. Eatontown, NJ.

From what I could tell, Jill and Rich’s Sheraton of Eatontown wedding was a long time coming. The two have been together quite some time and finally made the decision to publicly celebrate their love for each other. Our day began with Jill and Rich getting ready with their friends and family and it was clearly getting emotional for them. But we couldn’t spend all day being emotional because it was time to get to the church to tie the knot. Everyone enjoyed an amazing sermon and ceremony at the newly renovated church that was really beautiful. After the “I Do’s”, the bridal party and I made our way to the Asbury Park boardwalk on one of the nicest Saturdays of the summer, so you know it was packed. Jill and Rich got more congratulations than I could count. We got some great wedding party photos and portraits of Jill and Rich in front of the murals, on the boardwalk, and inside the convention center. After we got what we needed, we made our way to the Sheraton of Eatontown for the slamming reception that everyone had been waiting for. Almost Easy Entertainment absolutely killed it, playing everyone’s favorites and getting them on the dance floor all night. It was a great way to end a great day. Congratulations Jill and Rich and enjoy the photos! Its ABOUT TIME!


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From the bride and groom:

Venue: Sheraton of Eatontown

I got my dress from: Castle Couture

Shoes designed by: Toms

The suit(s) was from: Mens Warehouse

Hair by: Sweet Hair Peace (Jess)

Make-up by: Make Me Up Eva (Jamie)

Flowers by: Etsy – BouquetBliss

Entertainment by: Band – Almost Easy

Catering by: Sheraton of Eatontown

Cake by: Chocolate Carousel

Ceremony performed by: Father James Smith – St. Aloysius Church

What drew you to the venue and what was your favorite detail?

Newly renovated and modern look. Great Food.

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

Driving in the limo from the church to the reception with music blasting, family and friends with us. It was the first moment we realized the nervousness of the mass was over and we were finally a married couple.

What was the most special thing you experienced at your wedding?

We really liked walking the boards at Asbury and seeing everyone in bathing suits while we were in three piece suits, a wedding gown and bridesmaid dresses. It was like an out of body experience where our bridal party is full of color in a muted beach

What was the best piece of advice you got before your wedding?

Someone told us to take a minute and sit down. From the head table you can take it all in and watch everyone having a great time. The getting ready and rushing was over and it was time to enjoy the party.

How would you describe your wedding day?

A perfectly imperfect day. The church had repairs that weren’t fixed, the venue had issues with rooms and a sparkler feature that didn’t happen. None of that mattered because we had the time of our lives and danced all night.

What guest had the most fun at your wedding?

Although we aren’t technically guests, I think we had the most fun at our wedding. We danced all night, actually enjoyed our dinner, and got to see everyone with smiles on their faces.

What was the biggest reason you chose Tom Harmon Photography to capture your big day?

We knew from viewing other photos from Tom and a prior recommendation. We like his artistic eye and making sure that we memorialize the day in the best way possible. Each picture tells a story and its important to have the right storyteller.

Tom Harmon