From their invitations to their décor choices, this duo impressed. Plus, their great taste made for some pretty wonderful shots.
Brooke broke the mold by wearing a stunning long-sleeved L’amour by Calla Blanche gown. From the first look with her father to the tears in Brian’s eyes the moment he first set eyes on his soon-to-be wife as she walked down the aisle, it was obvious that Brooke and Brian’s wedding would be memorable.
Sarah and the staff at the club put together another amazing dinner, and as per usual from Rick’s Flowers, the floral arrangements were all beautiful.
The reception got off to a great start with an amazing toast by her father and an even more amazing choreographed dance between Brooke and her dad. Brian’s brother shared a funny story about Brian wanting to quit the swim team when he was a child. He even went as far as to write his parents a letter asking them to not make him go anymore. Funnily enough, Brooke is a teacher…but she is also a swim coach.
We were able to sneak away for a few minutes and take full advantage of one of the most beautiful sunsets I’ve seen in a long time.
With Bill Izer in charge of the music once again, it’s safe to say that Brooke and Brian’s loved ones really made the most of the dance floor. If it wasn’t for the sparkler exit they would probably still be celebrating!
Congratulations, Brooke and Brian! Thank you for letting us be part of your beautiful day.
Dress: L’amour by Calla Blanche
Shoes: L.K. Bennett
Groom’s Tux: The Black Tux
Hair and Makeup: Metro Elegance
Venue and Catering: Trump National Golf Club
Cake: Connie’s Cakes
Flowers: Rick’s Flowers
Music: Bill Izer, Wizer Productions