I've been waiting to share this wedding for over a year, and the day is finally here! Elyse and David's incredibly thoughtful and beautiful wedding is published in Utah Bride and Groom! I couldn't think of a prettier home for a wedding that was completely heartfelt. This wedding means a lot to me for many reasons. I watched Elyse grow up. I moved into her neighborhood when I was a newlywed myself and ended up being her Church teacher. And I always loved Elyse. She was someone who had a vision for her life, knew what she wanted, had a wicked sense of humor and the warmest heart. We kept in touch over the years, and she met the perfect man in David. They are artists and teachers, living in New York City. Their love story is a special one, one of friendship, support and love in good times and the not so good times. They are both articulate, kind, generous, creative, and adventurous. Elyse and David's vision was to combine Elyse's love of the Utah mountains, with their home in New York City, so rustic big city? The wedding was a family affair of contributing talents, from the Chuppa, invitations by Elyse's sister, Hannah, and beautiful acoustic music from a close friend. David drew scenes of New York on the table cards and serenaded Elyse. Their vows brought me to tears, their speeches made me laugh (and mad libs!) and I truly felt that I was witnessing two soul mates starting their journey together.
Congratulations Elyse and David! And Thank you Val at Utah Bride and Groom for the lovely feature in the new magazine!
Flowers: Tinge Floral Gown: Michelle Roth, Kleinfield Bridal Cake: Granite Bakery Rings: Fitzgerald Jewelry Invitations: Hannah Arrington Designs @firstname.lastname@example.org, Ink Run Press Entertainment: Don Woodbury DJ, Julia Meecham