Adrian came in to Kate’s Brooklyn yoga class at Little Flower Yoga on a particularly stormy day. She wondered who he was, but always professional and poised, gave him exactly the same attention as other students; until the day, after yoga class, he asked if she wanted to go out for dinner. She did, love blossomed, and three years later they were married at the spectacular Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). Adrian (also an ex-pat) and I went to the same highschool in Canada, athough I came to know him as a friend some years later. Kate is the perfect partner for him – she’s passionate, fun, and together they’re invested in a genuine and thoughtful level of caring that is truly refreshing to witness. Actually, they’re one of the most conscientous couples I’ve met in so many ways. Their wedding suited them from the ground up: the couple’s ceremony incorporated elements from the Quaker tradition, where anyone was invited to say a few encouraging and loving words during the ceremony. And props for the totally incredible vegetarian wedding meal!
Nicki and Colin have got it: Bright, shiny love. Adoring friends and family. A sense of crazy infectious fun. Seriously, even if you didn’t know the couple, you would have wanted to be at this wedding. The Vista at Seward Hill is one of the best venues in Austin and Nicki’s creative touches made it […]
I met the radiant Cori in an unorthodox way… Through an HGTV show. Like me, she and her family’s home were picked to be featured on an episode of HGTV’s Property Brothers. So, not only did we both bond over the excitement and (sometimes) drama of having our houses renovated in front of the cameras, […]
When you’re a New York couple with dreams of escaping from the city, a destination wedding is exactly the way to go. With Filipino (her) and Puerto Rican (him) backgrounds, James and Danice wanted a venue with a suitably tropical feel, but that would be “neutral ground” for both of their families to travel to. […]