Of all my 2020 weddings impacted by COVID-19, David and Rachel's intimate micro-wedding may have just been my favorite. David and Rachel owned their new wedding plans and handled all the curveballs they were thrown with such grace. But what shinned above everything else to me was the intentionality they placed on their ceremony. They allowed each of their immediate family members speak & give advice before reading their own vows. I promise you in all the people who attended this beautiful ceremony, you could not find a dry eye, including my own! It was so beautiful to hear the words of encouragement and love from each of their family members and then to hear what they vowed to each other, ugh my heart! After the ceremony, we trollied to an exclusive cocktail hour hosted by Adam Fosters Fine Jewelry and later had a small dinner at Acero. This wedding day was so gorgeous, simple, relaxed, and had an emphasis on all the right things.
My goal is to attract more couples who truly value their wedding day and the promises they are making to one another in unique, creative, and intimate ways. I feel like I'm the luckiest gal in the world because not only did I get to witness this incredible September day, but I get to celebrate with David and Rachel again later this year in 2021! Who says you can't have two wedding days if a global pandemic messes with your original plans?! Cheers to the "RADKINS" and thank you for being such trailblazers with your unique and meaningful ceremony. Can't wait to see y'all again soon!
Vendors Who Helped Make David and Rachel's Day Possible:
Ceremony Venue - Wild Carrot STL
Cocktail Venue & Rings - Adam Fosters Fine Jewelry
Dinner Venue - Acero
Floral - Roses & Mint
Dress - Juno Bridal
Hair & Makeup - Savanah Summer Luxury Hair + Makeup