After 3 moves, 2 puppies, 1 house, and graduate school, Bradley asked Mary to be his Bride, and the results? Absolute wedding day perfection. An evening complete with a Spanish guitar serenading, delicate flower crowns, and an open aired utility acting as the getaway car, their day was filled with whimsy and romance. As evident through the captures from Sarah Kate Photo, you can witness it all in The Vault!
From the Bride... Brad and I met in April of 2008. He was working at the Capital Grille in the Crescent Court and I was working at Stanley Korshak. We bonded over our time living and traveling abroad throughout Southeast Asia. After our first date, we were inseparable. 3 moves, a new house, 2 puppies and graduate school later, he proposed. We were visiting Santa Fe in the fall and went to a Japanese style hot springs that was situated overlooking the side of the mountain. He surprised me with a beautiful ring and we spent the rest of the trip celebrating and thinking about how we wanted the wedding to come to life! We wanted the wedding to have an air of whimsy and romance, and we tried to incorporate this with the florals, the beautiful outdoor setting under and oak tree, the Spanish acoustic guitar music, and definitely the dress. I wore a beautiful long sleeved romantic gown from Berta Bridal along with a delicate flower crown. All of the bridesmaids wore long gowns of different styles in a romantic blush tone, along with beautiful flower crowns. Brad combined a bit of polish with his Vera Wang tux with a bit of punk with his patent leather tennis shoes. In the spirit of rustic chic, we drove away in a Mule (open aired utility vehicle) with flower petals in the bed that flew away as we drove off.