Louisville Bride

SPR-SUM 2016

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S p r i n g | S u m m e r B R I D E 1 9 The Wedding of April 25, 2015 Jyme Charette & Stacie Steinbock Ages: Stacie's 39; Jyme's 31. Occupations: Stacie's the director of the LGBT Center on the Health Sciences campus at U of L; Jyme's a dentist and prosthodontics resident at the U of L School of Dentistry. How they met: Through Stacie's cousin. She and Jyme were in the same dental school class. Their engagement: During a big family weekend at Lake Cumberland, Jyme led Stacie on a big scavenger hunt that led to her proposal at the end. Wedding and reception: At Stacie's family's farm in Elizabethtown. Guests: 225. Ceremony: To honor Jyme's Cree ancestry, they incorporated the wedding tradition of hand washing. Each of their immediate family members washed their hands, signifying their releasing of the past and commitment to the future. Honoring Stacie's Scottish heritage, the couple participated in a handfasting ceremony. To symbolize their unity, the two planted a redbud tree. DIY touches: Stacie, Jyme and Stacie's dad made the dining tables; Stacie's mom made the pottery used during the hand-washing ceremony. Stacie's aunt and mom made the fower arrangements from blue thistle, daisies, baby's breath, blue snapdragons and goldenrod. Five hundred dafodil bulbs they'd planted the fall before were blooming for the ceremony. Desserts: Family and friends brought homemade pies. The couple cut and shared a piece of strawberry-rhubarb. First dance : A mashup starting with Frank Sinatra's "Fly Me to the Moon," then George Strait's "This Is the Big One," and ending with a salsa dance to the Latin hit "Suavemente." Registry: The couple asked for contributions toward their dream of a beautiful, professionally landscaped front yard. The day in three words: "Magical. Joyful. Blessed." Vendors Photographers: Kriech-Higdon Photography Caterers: NKC Dining Services Caterers: Boar'd Smokers Wedding Coordinator: Ilana Aponte-Stewart DJ: Jill Auigar, Triangle Talent DJ Services Tent and Chair Rental: Rent and Rave Country Kickoff

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