Wedding of the Day: Elizabeth McKnight Tuke & Robert Dale Dake

Elizabeth McKnight Tuke & Robert Dale Dake

October 1, 2016 ● Cincinnati, Ohio ● Photographed by Robert Flischel

Elizabeth and Bob were married at Indian Hill Church, with a reception immediately following at The Camargo Club. The bride’s mother, Missy Norton of Painterly Design, created five-foot-tall floral arrangements in six windowsills, and the “Save-the-Date,” the wedding program, and the dinner menu featured artwork by Missy. The bride wore a custom couture wedding dress by Elizabeth Kennedy, featuring a French lace bodice, an organza train, and a 10-inch veil trimmed in French lace. Bridesmaids donned champagne silk faille gowns and LeLe Sadoughi’s crystal lily earrings, which the bride had given them as gifts. During the service, four vocalists from Cincinnati Conservatory of Music sang “This is the Day Which the Lord Hath Made” by John Rutter, and the newlyweds drove off from the service in the same car that the bride and her dashing father had arrived in—a chauffeured, 1960 Jaguar MK IX. Once the sun set, guests enjoyed a surprise firework display over the club course’s 9th green.

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