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FAL-WIN 2018

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F a l l / W i n t e r B R I D E 2 0 1 8 2 5 Ages: Jason is 40 and Charlotte is 34. Occupations: Jason is a singer/songwriter and Charlotte is a senior account executive at the advertising agency Vimarc. How they met: rough a mutual friend at a Typhoon concert at Headliners in 2014. Engagement story: "Jason asked me to marry him at the end of a river-walk patio overlooking the Barren River, on a historic family property." Number of wedding guests: Five (Charlotte's parents and brother, and Jason's parents). Ceremony: Hemingway House, Key West, Florida. Reception: Sloppy Joe's Bar on Duval Street for happy hour; Latitudes on Sunset Key (private island) for dinner. Plus, a 150-person celebration at the Venue at 393 Adams in Bowling Green a couple months later. Wedding theme: "e Keys are tropical and eclectic, and made the perfect backdrop for our love story," Charlotte says. Back in Bowling Green, the couple served Hemingway daiquiris and Key lime bites to continue the theme. Entertainment: Violinist Pavla Houdkova. Personal touches: "I wore my grandmother's locket (as my something borrowed), her hairpin (as my something old) and her sapphire ring (as my something blue). Jason wore cufflinks from a distant relative." First-dance song: "Lost in the Light," Bahamas. e day in three words: "Tropical. Beautiful. Emotional." Favorite part of the day: "When the violinist played 'My Old Kentucky Home' right after our first kiss as husband and wife," Charlotte says. Really glad they: "Decided to have the wedding at the Hemingway House. ere's so much history at the property, and Hemingway's adventurous spirit shines through with all the artifacts from his travels in the house. e grounds are covered in palm trees, flowers and plants…and six-toed cats!" Wish they would have: "Stayed longer in Key West." Advice: "Stress less; keep it small and simple so you can enjoy the moment." JASON "JK" MABRY & CHARLOTTE BROWNING Photographer: Mickie Winters Flowers: blush roses, blue hydrangeas, pink flowers Coordinator: Vickie Furman at the Hemingway House Cake: Key West Cakes, vanilla buttercream white cake Rehearsal dinner: A&B Seafood Rings: Davis Jewelers, David Yurman Attire: Brooks Brothers custom suit and BHLDN gown Hair and makeup: Jeff Gilpin at J Studio Transportation: Rickshaws Registry: Williams Sonoma, Anthropologie and Barbara Stewarts (in Bowling Green) Sunday brunch: My Blue Heaven Honeymoon: Bermuda Local Weddings / Wed on 3.30.18

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