You’d think that, when it comes to weddings, I’ve seen it all by now. 2013 is proving otherwise, however, with so many fun, creative couples inviting me to celebrate with them! Or maybe I’ve just been rejuvenated, and I’m seeing things through new eyes. Regardless, Yasmin and Alan’s wedding brought me several firsts: my first time at The Atrium, for one. If you want an outdoor celebration with a rain plan you can truly fall in love with, The Atrium would be my pick! Between the beautiful garden and massive ballroom windows, you really can’t go wrong! Yas was also my first bride to decorate with balloons! She’s one of the classiest ladies I’ve ever met, with a killer sense of style and a huge heart — an awesome fit for her equally stylish and sweet new husband!
Yas and Alan, I can’t thank you two enough for welcoming me into your lives! I’ve been so honored to get to know you over the past year — taking the last pictures of your sweet kitty, meeting your wonderful friends and family, sharing in one of the most special celebrations of your lives… This city is a better place because the two of you are in it. Thank you, thank you, thank you! OXO – Anne
Alan’s Jacket & Accessories: Robert Talbot
Hair & Makeup: Brushworx
Cake: For Goodness Cake
Catering: A Divine Event
Spanish Guitar: Daniel Aguilera
DJ: Black Tie Events
Minister: Dr. Thomas Green
My Lovely Assistant: Laura Barnes
Laura snagged this shot — THE CUTEST!!!
I was so moved by this little junior bridesmaid’s emotion after the ceremony! It’s so wonderful for kiddos to get to experience all the chaos and joy and beauty that a wedding day embodies!
Yas & Alan’s families:
One the left is Alan’s mom’s hand; on the right is Yas’s hand. They both reached out and touched Alan for just 2 or 3 seconds. I love this so much!
Yas learning how to Dougie…
This wedding was brought to you by:
(Anne & Laura)