Wedding Wednesday: The Moschler Wedding

The Moschler Wedding | May 28, 2016 | Photography by: Erin Kling Photography

Sometimes all it takes is that initial look, and you know something big just happened. Maria "Kat" Broines and Tyler Moschler met at a concert, and they say, right away there was a spark and a connection between the two of them. That single moment was the start of seven happy years together. The day after their seventh anniversary, Tyler sent Kat on a photo scavenger hunt around New York City. At first, Kat thought Tyler was just being sweet, seeing as their anniversary was the day before, but at the sixth stop Kat's sister was waiting for her, and she started to catch on to what was really happening. Her suspicions confirmed at spot number seven, where she was prompted to turn around and found Tyler waiting for her.

The couple met in New York City. Many of their friends were from the city, and so it was important to the couple to show case the beauty of Virginia. That being said, it's no surprise that Kat wanted a mountain back drop for her wedding. The couple chose their venue for the natural beauty. They say that they knew this was where they'd get married the first time they stepped on the grounds. The event was classic and vintage, with tea kettle, antique books, flowers, and succulents, as center pieces. Everything, including the Riverview Manor, fit together timelessly and effortlessly

The wedding, though the perfect show case of Virginia beauty, wouldn't be complete if the couple weren't true to their New York start. Seeing as they met, dated, and loved in New York, it would have been wrong to exclude it from the wedding. The seating chart was arranged as an enlarged NYC subway map. The tables were labeled as "stops" on the map, each being somewhere important to their relationship the last seven years. Furthering their blending with NYC, each guest received a personalized Cracker Jack Box, with the couple's names, wedding date, and the New York Mets logo.

The day was the perfect blend of vintage, Virginia, and New York City. It was the ideal way to showcase their love for one another and the places that built them.

Be sure to see more of the Moschler Wedding on page 50 of bridebook!

Photography by: Erin Kling Photography
Dress: Rosa Clara
Florist: Cheryl's Secret Garden
Cake: Brandi's Studio Cakes
Venue: Riverview Manor
Caterer: Golden Leaf Bistro
Groomsmen Attire: Men's Warewhouse
Hair: Jessica Comiskey
Makeup: Ashley Ancheta
DJ: Stewart Scott
Band: If Birds Could Fly