I had gotten to know Diana and David pretty well after their engagement session, and better still, I’d gotten to know their families as well. I don’t think I had ever seen a genuinely true sense of two families coming together as one, more than this.
Their mom’s had planned their future, unbeknownst to Diana and David – can we say, um, hello fate! She bought him a beer at Harbor Lights, and the rest is history.
He had a reserve in front of the camera, but when she was by his side, it was as though there was an inner sigh of relief. It was incredible to see. She made everything ok. Sublime doesn’t begin to describe their connection.
And apart from the love they shared, the immense family bond present between both sides, they knew how to party. Hard. She told me in one of our meetings before the wedding, “once that music starts, plan to not leave the dance floor”. My kinda people.
And they didn’t disappoint on their promise to let go, and have a blast.
Loved them, loved this wedding.
Diana and David had a killer Creative Team working to make this wedding the success it was!
Wedding Coordinator | Dawn Smith
Wedding Venue | The Lone Star Boutique Hotel & Restaurant
Hair | Hair by Donna
Makeup Artist | Makeup Artistry by Kia Foster Blades
Cake | Ladyfingers Cake and Pastry Shop
Florist | Victoria Florist
DJ | DJ Rebel