Louisville Bride

FAL-WIN 2016

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F a l l | W i n t e r B R I D E 3 5 Ages: Both are 25. Occupations: Caitlin is getting her Ph.D. in art history at Rice University in Houston, where they live; Tyler works in the oil and gas industry. How they met: At a party in college fresh- man year at the University of Alabama. "Tyler saw me fddling with the iPod and ofered to help me pick out a song." Engagement story: "Tyler proposed on our fve-year anniversary at a beautiful spot in Hermann Park in Houston." Wedding guests: 230. Ceremony: Saint Boniface Catholic Church. Reception: The Henry Clay. Entertain- ment: The Sensations Band out of Lexington. Personal touches: Specialty drinks from Kentucky and Alabama — the mint julep and the yellow hammer (a fruity drink served in yellow cups that guests could take home). First dance song: "Can't Help Falling in Love" by Elvis Presley. The day in three words: "Absolutely a dream." Favor- ite part of the day: "Seeing Tyler for the frst time walking down the aisle. Everything was happening so fast, but when I saw him through my veil all my nerves calmed. He's always had that efect on me." One disagreement: "The wedding party — he had 16 groomsmen! After listening to him, I realized how important it was for him to have all his friends with him, and really, what's so bad about having a lot of great friends!?" Really glad you: "Hired a wedding coordinator. I have been planning an imaginary wedding for years, but once it became real I realized I needed help! Maggie at Weekend Wedding Warrior made everything fow." Wish you would have: "We should have practiced the parts of the wedding ceremony a little more." Advice: "Select your must-haves, and if the fowers are important and the cake is not, focus your budget that way. Also, delegate to family and friends wherever you can and stay positive. Remember this is supposed to be fun! Also, our wedding website was great. It was powered by ewedding." Flowers: Joe Brotzge at Colonial Designs Stationery: Julie Diamond Photographer: Lang and Kate Leichhardt of Lang Thomas Photography Videographer: Antonio Pantoja Coordinator: Maggie Heely at Wedding Weekend Warrior Cake: Plehn's Bakery — yellow cake with cream-cheese flling and but- tercream frosting. "It was a caramel color with ivory icing with an alternating lace pattern to match my dress." Rehearsal dinner: The Frazier History Museum; Jarf's catering Honeymoon: Coco Bay Resort in Antigua. "We stayed at an amazing little bungalow Tyler's parents booked for us. I think I drank my weight in pina coladas." Caterer: The Silver Spoon Rentals: Reliable Rentals Rings: Stanley Ungar at Stanley Jewelers in New Orleans Attire: Bridal Suite of Louisville (bridesmaids' dresses), Men's Wearhouse (tuxes). Bride's dress, Bella's Bridal in Birmingham, Alabama. Hair and makeup: Christy Young at Bennie and Friends (bride's hair); Lau- ren Horne at Looks By Lauren (bridesmaids' hair); Rachel Edwards and her assistant Jessica of Color Me Beautiful Makeup Artistry, makeup. Transportation: VIP Limosine Service

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