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Wedding Wednesday: The Benson Wedding

The Benson Wedding | May 9, 2015 | Photography by Megan Vaughan Photography

Tyler had the luck of the Irish with him when Genevieve pinched his butt at a bar on St. Patrick’s day! Later on in the relationship, Tyler realized he had met the woman he wanted to spend his life with and proposed to her in a pick-up truck on the lake where they had had their first date. His luck continued and Genevieve excitedly accepted his proposal.

Each had different favorite memories from their wedding day. Tyler’s was the moment her got to see his stunning bride walk down the aisle toward him. Seeing her will be something he never will forget because he was so moved be watching the love of his life beam at him from down the aisle. Genevive, however, loved when she and Tyler were able to stand on the top of the stairs after the wedding. This gave them an amazing look of all their friends and family who had gathered to celebrate their love, as well as a wonderful view of the mountains. Being able to take this all in with her new husband is something that Genevieve will always cherish.

Genevieve also recalls from that day getting more and more excited as she heard the clamber of feet get quieter as the bridal procession moved down the aisle. Soon, she knew it would be her turn to walk to her future husband and she couldn’t wait. Genevieve admits to being nervous, though, as she waited in the guest room. The reality of the moment set in as she and her dad sat on a hand-stitched quilt and Genevieve looked down at the ruffles on her dress. Too afraid of crying, she kept quiet about her nerves.

But then, as Genevieve looked at her father, the two shared a moment of realization: he was about to give away his little girl, and she was about to become a wife. The two held hands for a moment and gave each other a cheery smile because they knew it was time. As they got into position, the absolute beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains struck Genevieve and she waited a moment so she could take in the absolute magnificence of Sierra Vista. Then, she looked over at all of her loved one, from her sisters in their dresses and the men in their handsome suits, until she laid eyes on Tyler. He was grinning from ear to ear and couldn’t stop the tearing that streamed down his face in joy. Genevieve saw her dad’s eyes fixed on the horizon and the two started their walk. The procession was accompanied by a ukulele version of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” which was a beautiful accompaniment to the backdrop of the mountains. Despite shaking the whole way, she made it to Tyler with a little bit of luck and love.

Though their vows were traditional, the couple made sure to honor the beautiful nature that surrounded them on this special day. The two thanked God for the gift of love and vowed to be dedicated to each other unendingly. As they took their vows, they squeezed each other’s hands tightly and Genevieve could feel Tyler studying her face and trying to memorize each second of that moment between them. Genevieve admits to being so nervous that she messed up her lines slightly, but it helped to comfort her butterflies because the crowd laughed and put her at ease. Eventually, they were saying “I Do” to each other and recessing from the ceremony as guests threw flower petals over them. To symbolize their marriage, Genevieve and Tyler ran down and ran the old bell at the end of the aisle.

Though the ceremony was over faster than they expected, the two can still remember every detail of their wedding day. From the father/daughter dance, to their first dance where the two whispered in each other’s ear, the day was sheer perfection.

Make sure to see more from the Benson Wedding on page 48 of bridebook!

Photography by Megan Vaughan Photography
Dress: Patina Bridal & Formal
Florist: The Arrangement Company
Cake: Mean Cakes
Venue: Sierra Vista
Caterer: The Palisades Restaurant
Planner: A Little Party Events
Jewelry: Steven Singer Jeweler
DJ: Official Entertainment
Attendants' Dresses: David's Bridal
Groomsmen Attire: Men's Wearhouse
Videographer: Mitch Vaughan Productions
Makeup: Ashley Ancheta
Hair: Jessica Comisky

 

Wedding Wednesday: The Polson Wedding

Andrew & Ainsley Polson | September 23, 2013 | Photography by K.D. Burke Photography

Brought together by a love of 80s music, Andrew and Ainsley became a couple after six months of friendship. They later became husband and wife after a beach proposal on an annual Outer Banks trip with Ainsley and her college roommates in Avon, NC. Their wedding was vintage garden themed featuring lanterns, bird cages, and many plants and garden elements. The colors of the wedding were gray and fuchsia, which were carried throughout the wedding even in the paper straws accompanying the monogrammed mason jars given as favors. The couple chose to write their own vows and have the bride's father be the officiant to keep the wedding funny and sentimental. A friend read the couple's son's favorite book about love, and a second friend read a poem by E. E. Cummings during the ceremony. Another unique element of the wedding was the "Bury the Bourbon" tradition where Andrew buried a bottle at the wedding site months before to ensure good weather for the big day. After digging it up, the wedding party all enjoyed a sip. Ainsley loved that The Trivium offered a photo booth for their guests to enjoy at the reception where they also dined on traditional food. A fun memory of the reception was when the couple danced to "Come on Eileen," which has been their song since the night they met. The couple chose Ochos Rios, Jamaica as their honeymoon destination where they relaxed, snorkeled, and swam with dolphins!

Be sure to see the Polson wedding on page 119 of the second issue of bridebook!

Photography by K.D. Burke Photography
Dress: Celebration Bridal
Florist: The Arrangement Company
Cake: Ivy Point Catering
Venue: The Trivium
Caterer: Ivy Point Catering
lanner: Heidi Baker
Jewelry: Fink's
DJ: Official Entertainment
Attendants' Dresses: J. Crew
Groomsmen's Attire: Jos. A. Bank
Decorations: Studio Eleven

Wedding Wednesday: The Kidd Wedding

Amanda and Justin Kidd | September 15, 2012 | Photography by Tara Lilly Design & Photography

Amanda Estep and Justin Kidd met through Amanda's cosmetologist mother. Justin was a client and her mother raved about him to Amanda. Eventually Amanda took matters into her own hands! Once the timing worked out, the two began speaking and eventually became a wonderful couple. Justin popped the question at Amanda's graduation party and later took her to the jewelry store to have her pick out the ring of her dreams. The couple held a ceremony full of cherished memories from Amanda's father breaking down into tears while giving her away, and Justin saying 'I Do' before it was time (he was just so excited!).

To read more about their love story and see more photos, pick up a copy of bridebook (on newsstands now) and flip to page 64!

Photography by Tara Lilly Design & Photography
DRESS Sottero & Midgley from Celebration Bridal
FLORIST
The Arrangement Company
CAKE
Evie's Wildflour Wedding Cakes
VENUE
West Manor Estate
CATERER
West Manor Estate
JEWELRY
Haywood's Jewelers
DJ
Barry Tosh with Len Barry DeeJay Services
ATTENDANTS DRESSES
David's Bridal
GROOMSMEN'S ATTIRE
Men's Warehouse