for a couple days, the rain came in. and despite all the it’s-good-luck-if-it-rains-on-your-wedding-day comments, brooke and rick prayed for sunshine. so, when the sun rose this past friday and cut through the clouds that had taken residence over southern california for the week, everyone was pleased. needless to say…
all was good.
on separate wings of the st regis, brooke and rick spent the morning in their rooms, hanging with close friends and preparing to take the next step in their relationship… to marry the person they’d always known was “the one.”
and with a deep blue sky above, more rich than usual thanks to the rain that had cleared any impurities from the atmosphere, two people pledged a pledge that was already apparent in their relationship. they made public what was already known; that they loved each other deeply.
and all was good.
yet again, we had the opportunity to work alongside an all-star team of wedding vendors, including the entire staff at the st regis in dana point, without whom brooke and rick’s wedding would not have flowed quite as smoothly and awesome-ly [is that even a word?]. anyways, at the helm, coordinating everything from the getting ready to the grand exit, planner and designer lindye galloway made sure the day went off without a hitch. the sister team from lashes and locks made sure the girls looked their best AND they even stuck around to help style things during the portraits after the ceremony. husband and wife team kelly and paul from 618 studios were a dream to work alongside, and we can’t wait to see their film. eric trine made the trek down from portland to rock the reception and keep it ever-so-classy with his bow-tie and his tunes. and last but not least, aclassicweddingcar.com made sure brooke and rick were sent off in style.
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