True confession: Nina and Rachael have known each other since grade school. Growing up, Nina was always the beautiful, sweet, smart, and driven girl that everyone admired. And now nearly twenty years later, we can assure you that nothing has changed. Now bring in Matt who is just as outgoing and just as determined as Nina and we have to admit – they’re just perfect together. In between raising a toddler, training for races (including Iron Man), and working, these two managed to plan a wedding that was beyond stunning in just about THREE months!
We are so happy to have such a special event as our first blog post!
Rachael is still drooling over this dress!
What could possibly make such an incredible day better? Have your best friend / sister there to share the excitement with you!
And Knox – you’re killin us with the bow tie!
Matt – pat on the back for the David Yurman bracelet! David would like you to stop setting the bar so high ( ;
Nina….we don’t think anyone could look more gorgeous!
BBBOOOOOHHH! Greatest sign ever!
Nina and Matt had a “blind first look” and enjoyed a few moments of serenity and sweetness before the ceremony!
We’re not sure we’ve ever seen such a proud groom!
Officially Mr and Mrs!
Now onto the reception, like something out of a dream!
Matt’s good friend serenaded the two newly weds for the first dance. Can’t imagine a better gift!
GAH! LOVE this ring shop (Matt, be sure to let David know where you found this work of art!)
Hands down most beautiful sisters around….
During the reception we were able to sneak Nina and Matt away for a few sunset photos just when the sunlight was the perfect shade of golden!
Then back to the party for some more dancing….
And well wishes….
We were so stoked that Nina requsted some nighttime photos by the family’s infinity pool…..melt!!
And what better a way to end the night than with a sparkler send off?!
Nina and Matt, thank you both so much for letting us be a part of one of the most important days of your lives. Sometimes life doesn’t happen the way you expect it to, but when something so meant to be ends up falling into place, how can you not celebrate?