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FAL-WIN 2017

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2 8 F a l l | W i n t e r B R I D E TWICE WAS NICE Veronica Polinedrio & Michael Haas Ages: He's 30; she's 29. Wedding dates: Veronica is from Salgareda, Italy, and Michael is from Fort Thomas, Kentucky. They both have grandparents who couldn't travel, so they had two weddings. Italy: June 18, 2016. Kentucky: September 3, 2016. Occupations: Michael is currently working as an architect, and Veronica as a design researcher. How they met: In school at UK. "I saw her stand up in a meeting to speak about the student organization that she was in charge of and I was awestruck. After I mentioned Veronica to a friend, she introduced us," Michael says. Engagement story: "In 2015 I proposed to Veronica during a trip to Crete. I had planned it on a day where we visited the famed Balos beach (Google it — it's amazing), but after the long day of traversing over the most treacherous path to get there and enduring a blistering sun, Veronica was so burnt and tired that I improvised the next day after walking her to the end of the pier in the town we were staying." Number of wedding guests: Italy, 80; Kentucky, 80. Ceremony and reception: Italy: Villa Abbazia di Busco, Ponte di Piave, Italy. Kentucky: Neltner's Farm, Melbourne, Kentucky. Entertainment: String quartet and DJ (Italy); Bluegrass Collective (Kentucky). The day in three words: Italy: "All the food!" Kentucky: "Sunset over hills." Favorite part of the day: Italy: "Surprise fireworks that we were able to watch in each other's arms." Kentucky: "Dancing." Advice: "Don't stress about the details." Flowers: Seasonal local wild flowers, such as gerbera daisies, other daisies, wheat, bluebells, sweet peas, freesias, chamomile, craspedia, dahlias, baby's breath and spider mums. Photographer: Meagan Jordan Stationery/invitations: Designed by the couple through their company, Root Food: Italian wedding: Hors d'oeuvres throughout the day and evening consisting of local Venetian recipes. For dessert, millefoglie with strawberries, custard and chamomile flowers Kentucky: A b et and homemade pies Rings: French bands with their names and the Italian wedding date engraved on the inside. "We tattooed bands around our fingers for our engagement and opted for no stones in our physical rings." Attire: "For the groomsmen, we asked them to wear a light blue bow tie. For the bridal party, we asked them to wear an orange ribbon and matching wildflowers in their hair." Weddings LOCAL DETAILS

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