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APRIL 2020

CAITLIN AND DAVID 7.27.19

THE MEETING

We met in 2nd grade at St. Hubert’s Catholic School and then reconnected a few years ago.

THE ENGAGEMENT

David made a video montage of all memories and experiences that we shared throughout the years we were dating and at the end he called me downstairs and that’s where he popped the question. He later surprised me with an engagement party that same day with our families. It was AMAZING!

THE TRADITIONS

For the most part we kept it pretty traditional. There were only a few things that we didn’t do. We didn’t do a garter toss and we didn’t play any modern music, all of the songs on our dance floor were oldies and throwbacks and it was the best decision we made.

THE VENUE

The Grand Gallery was completely different from any other venue we had seen and it had this level of elegance that we were looking for. Plus the staircase was just incredible!

THE FIRST DANCE

Our first dance song was You Are by Lionel Richie. When we heard it, we both just knew. The song spoke to us as a couple.

THE FAVORITE PART

Finally being introduced as Mr. & Mrs. Perri for the first time and then walking down the aisle as husband and wife.

THE ADVICE

Go into your wedding day with an open mind because unplanned things will happen and you just have to roll with the punches and know that the day will still be perfect and no one will notice the little things.

THE VENDORS

I have a gluten allergy so we went with vendors that were offered by the Paramount Theatre and also were accommodating to my allergy as well. Angeli’s Restaurant was our food vendor and they were just PHENOMENAL! We got our wedding cake from Two Wild Seeds and it was the best cake I have ever eaten. And then with our other vendors we went with small businesses. We just loved their work and dedication. Our florist was Two Sisters Events. Our photographer was Lauren Ashley Studios. And our videographer was True Shot Studios.

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