He knew that he knew that he knew.
Which is why it took Chris less than a weekend to ask permission from Whitney’s father, find the perfect ring, and propose to the girl of his dreams. When something makes as much sense as Whitney and Chris do, what’s the use in waiting?
She knew that she knew that she knew.
Which is why Whitney was one of the most calm brides I’d ever seen on the morning of her wedding day. She gracefully finished up her makeup, serenely slipped into her dress and put on her final details with the help of her family and closest friends with her certain and sweet smile. When something is as sure a thing as Whitney and Chris are, what’s the use in anxiousness?
As my first wedding of 2015, I’ve been looking forward to Whitney and Chris’s day for awhile, but not just because of its timing. Few pairs out there are as genuine and lovely as W+C, and that authenticity makes them ridiculously fun to be around. Not to mention that these two planned their entire wedding day around a once-in-a-century Pi Day—with adorable mini pies to complete their reception. Chris and Whitney, thanks for being two of the greatest. It was my joy to be a part of your day! Enjoy preview of a few of my favorite memories!
Introducing: Mr. and Mrs. Mark.
Congratulations, you two!! And the biggest of thanks to the following vendors who made Whitney and Chris’s wedding so wonderful:
Venue » Foxchase Manor
Church » St. Timothy Catholic Church
Bridesmaids’ Dresses » Bill Levkoff
Groom’s Suit » Davelle Clothiers
Makeup Artist » Blend
Hair Designer » Jewel Hair Design
Florist » Herndon Florist
Caterer » Gala Cuisine
Bakery » Amphora Bakery
Invitation Designer » The Dandelion Patch
Second Shooter » Lauren Young Photography