Julie and Aaron met in a totally chance encounter. She needed a new car, and he worked at the lot she went to. You could say it was a coincidence, or you could say it was in the stars. Four years later, Aaron proposed on top of the Sandia Crest at sunset, with Julie saying 'Yes" in the as the stars appeared. These two Virgos knew that the majesty, mystery, and beauty of the heavens needed to be incorporated into their wedding.
Julies bridesmaids wore deep navy dresses, like that of the midnight sky, and the groomsmen donned a light gray to pop against, with matching ties and pocket squares. Julie's hair and ears were decorated with the stars she adored so much, as she shone her way down the aisle. The Christmas lights that decorated the room made guests feel as if they were dancing under a starlit sky.
Julie hand made the center pieces, floral decor, wedding signs, and Julie's dad made a moon shaped backdrop for guests to enjoy at the photo booth. Guests we're given wine glass star charms as favors before they left.
The whole night was filled with ethereal romance and celestial beauty. The stars that had put Julie and Aaron together, had made sure they we're watching.
Venue: Noah's Event Center
Planner: Alena Bard
Florist: Shannon Loves Flowers
Hair and Makeup: Xavier Visage
Shoes: Betsy Johnson
Dress store: David's Bridal
Dress Designer: Vera Wang
Tuxes/Suits: Mr. Tux
Cake/Desserts: Simply Sweet by Darci
DJ: Too Hot to Stop
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