Louisville Bride

SPR-SUM 2019

Louisville Bride magazine is Louisville, Kentucky's premier bridal publication, featuring photos of wedding gowns and listings for Louisville reception halls, caterers, wedding planners, photographers, and other wedding service providers.

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S p r i n g / S u m m e r B R I D E 2 0 1 9 1 9 Local Weddings Ages: Dean is 31. Maggie is 32. Occupations: Both are nurses. How they met: In nursing school at the University of Louisville. Engage- ment story: "We were staying at a cabin in Asheville, North Carolina, with some friends for Maggie's 30th birthday," Dean says. "e whole group was trying to cook dinner at once and it was a disas- ter — pots were boiling over on the stove and then a fire erupted from the grill." Maggie says, "Everyone was running around looking for towels and fire extinguishers and Dean thought that seemed like the perfect time to pop the ques- tion." Number of wedding guests: 150. Ceremony: Caldwell Chapel. Reception: O'Shea's. Entertain- ment: Tsunami Samurai. Personal touches: Lego cake topper. e mink stole belonged to Maggie's great-grandmother and the couple thrift-shopped for almost all of the decor while travel-nursing in Colorado. First-dance song: "Sleep Walk" by Santo & Johnny, played by Tsunami Samurai. e day in three words: "Windy, relaxed, fun." Favorite part of the day: Dean says, "When the chapel doors opened and I saw Maggie for the first time." Maggie says, "Our first dance." One disagreement: "Dean really wanted a helicopter entrance," Maggie says. Really glad they: Hired a wedding coordinator for the weekend. Wish they would have: Hired a videogra- pher. Advice: "Make your wedding about you," Maggie says. "It sounds obvious, but I think sometimes people get caught up trying to do all the things that are expected and don't get to enjoy the day. We cut a lot of the traditional elements from our wedding reception and it really allowed us to spend time with our guests and each other."

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