Tyrell proposed to the love of his life, Mika, on a yacht on Valentine’s Day, and their wedding was just as romantic and spectacular.
Guests were wowed by their outdoor ceremony, and equally amazed at their beautiful indoor reception complete with a custom oval dance floor, lush flowers in shades of ivory and blush, and a blinged-out, 4-tier wedding cake. However, Mika’s shares, “My best memory of my wedding would be when the fog came onto the floor for our first dance. It was Magical like we were the only ones in the room. I would love to relive that moment.”
- Couple: Mika & Tyrell Butler
- Wedding Date: 09/15/2019
- Wedding Location: The Waterfall in Claymont, Delaware
- Bridesmaids and groomsmen gifts: I gave my girls their jewelry for the wedding, a robe, and slippers. Hubby gave his guys boxes with cigars and alcohol lol
- Ceremony entrance song: “Golden” Chrisette Michelle
- First dance song: Keith Sweat ” I’ll Give All My Love You”
How did you meet?
We met through mutual friends.
Tell us about the proposal.
It was Valentines Day. Tyrell was sending me very sweet gifts throughout the entire day from 6ft Roses, jewelry, five-star dinner, etc.. We had reservations to stay overnight on a yacht. Later that night as Tyrell and I were watching TV and having small talk, he got on his knees !!!!!! Of course, the answer was “YES!”
Describe your wedding attire.
My wedding gown designer was Allure Bridals with a cathedral length train, with silver crystals and pearls. My shoes were by Christian Louboutin. Tyrell’s Tux Designer was Eaden Myles. His shoes were by Christian Louboutin.
What was the wedding shopping experience for you?
My wedding shopping experience was pretty awesome. It really was stress-free! Thank you to my professional Wedding Planner Lillie’ann Smith and all my great vendors. I couldn’t have asked for a better team of professionals.
What is the best memory from your wedding?
My best memory of my wedding would be when the fog came onto the floor for our first dance. It was Magical like we were the only ones in the room. I would love to relive that moment.
What is the best advice you can give to engaged couples?
The best advice I could give to engaged couples is to do your research when seeking your vendors. Invite people who really care for you guys. Buy whatever you want to for your wedding; it only happens once, and most of all, keep God in all things you do.