Feb 2, 2022
Feb 2, 2022
Seeing all of our planning come together after a very difficult year and getting to celebrate our marriage with friends and family.
Feb 1, 2022
We decided to go ahead and get married on the original date and postpone the large reception for a future time, so we had a 13-person wedding at my childhood home.
A large party with a band outside Savannah, Georgia, became a very intimate ceremony followed by dinner in the backyard of the bride’s parents’ home in Crestline.
While we were saying our vows, the lights in the church were blinking on and off for a few seconds, which added to the excitement!
Our overall vision and inspiration for the wedding inspiration came from Over the Moon, Slim Aarons’ photography, and the colors and patterns of Palm Beach.
One of our very best friends, Aaron Kronz, is an ordained minister and officiated our wedding. He made us all laugh and cry, and laugh some more.
The minute I walked in the door to Haven, our song was playing, and Josh came out from around the corner.
Will and I met in Spanish class at MBHS, where thanks to our last names, my assigned seat was directly in front of his.
Although it was stressful at times getting engaged during a pandemic, it helped to keep the meaning of the day in perspective, and we did not take for granted how happy we were to be getting married to each other.
They truly made this vision come true with the antique chandeliers and greenery above the bar, custom lattice stage and bar, and beautiful green and white flowers surrounding the room. I
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