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Wedding Date on Aug 3, 2019

Kristin and Eric grew up in the same town, attended the same school, and were in the very same class. If you can believe it, Eric was even Kristin’s first dance partner back in the 6th grade. However, no sparks flew between them as preteens. In fact, Eric liked Kristin’s cousin at the time - and the only reason he had asked her to dance was because Kristin's cousin had felt bad for her and urged Eric to dance with her - (just what every girl dreams of for her first dance.) Eleven years after high school, Kristin and Eric reconnected at the suggestion of a mutual friend. Kristin took initiative and reached out to Eric to inquire if he wanted to join her for coffee or dinner. He opted for the latter, and they arranged to meet at Piccolo Forno. That first dinner date went remarkably well. They talked for hours and then proceeded to hang out for pretty much every evening since. After date number four, Eric knew without a doubt that this was it for him - Kristin was the woman he was going to marry (by date 10, she reciprocated the sentiment). He proposed the day before their one year anniversary, and this past August, they became the 22nd couple in the family to tie the knot at Kristin’s family’s iconic "Farm" - really a luxury home away from home. They ended the celebration dancing the night away, this time with Kristin as Eric’s first and forever choice. These two share many of the same characteristics that make them the greatest people you’ll ever meet, and the perfect match for one other. Any encounter with them leaves you feeling better and brighter as they are astoundingly engaging, intentional, and never without the brightest of smiles. Those smiles are never bigger than when they are together and we cannot wait to see how these two continue to light up the world as husband and wife! In the perfectly stated words of Kristin’s dad, “Here’s to these two laughing and having fun together forever". As for meaningful touches, the day was far from short on those. Below the bride shares the meaning and inspiration for the sentimental details of the wedding day: *Etched shot glasses on the dinner tables with the Bird Tower logo (this will be used for our “gin” toast rather than a champagne toast after my sister sings an original song she wrote in honor of my Grandparents called ‘Gin On Ice’. I wanted to have her sing that song and do a Gin Toast in honor of my Grandparents who bought and renovated The beloved family Farm who drank a Gin every night.) *Bridesmaids bouquets (each bridesmaid bouquet is composed of 3 blush garden roses in honor of a painting my grandpa did for my grandma. He titled it “Mary’s Flowers” and stated that the three roses represented Love, Friendship, and Support…. I wrote a description of this on the back of our ceremony program and a replica of the painting is actually the graphic we are using for the front of our programs). *Hair accessory (the orange blossoms in my hair are over 115 years old and were worn by my Grandma and great-great-great grandma… also mentioned on the back of the ceremony program.) *Wedding Room (this is the room at the farm that has photos of all 21 weddings that took place at the farm before ours.. in this room we will have photos of both of our grandparents and parents from their weddings) *Horse Carriage (this was an original horse carriage used by Charles Schwab who built the farm in 1919. My grandparents’ care-taker actually saw it being auctioned, heard the history and put it together that it was a carriage used at the farm. The Kimball estate ended up bidding on it and winning because they felt it belonged at the farm.) *The Excalibur (this is the car we will be driving from the ceremony to the reception. My parents drove this car from their ceremony to their reception as well. It is an old car of my grandparents). *My Dad’s Mom’s engagement ring (I will likely be wearing this. I was close with my Dad’s mom who passed when I was 6. She left her engagement ring to my Dad’s sister who felt that it should belong to me. She gave it to me and I wear it on special occasions.)



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Kristin and Eric grew up in the same town, attended the same school, and were in the very same class. If you can believe it, Eric was even Kristin’s first dance partner back in the 6th grade. However, no sparks flew between them as preteens. In fact, Eric liked Kristin’s cousin at the time - and the only reason he had asked her to dance was because Kristin's cousin had felt bad for her and urged Eric to dance with her - (just what every girl dreams of for her first dance.) Eleven years after high school, Kristin and Eric reconnected at the suggestion of a mutual friend. Kristin took initiative and reached out to Eric to inquire if he wanted to join her for coffee or dinner. He opted for the latter, and they arranged to meet at Piccolo Forno. That first dinner date went remarkably well. They talked for hours and then proceeded to hang out for pretty much every evening since. After date number four, Eric knew without a doubt that this was it for him - Kristin was the woman he was going to marry (by date 10, she reciprocated the sentiment). He proposed the day before their one year anniversary, and this past August, they became the 22nd couple in the family to tie the knot at Kristin’s family’s iconic "Farm" - really a luxury home away from home. They ended the celebration dancing the night away, this time with Kristin as Eric’s first and forever choice. These two share many of the same characteristics that make them the greatest people you’ll ever meet, and the perfect match for one other. Any encounter with them leaves you feeling better and brighter as they are astoundingly engaging, intentional, and never without the brightest of smiles. Those smiles are never bigger than when they are together and we cannot wait to see how these two continue to light up the world as husband and wife! In the perfectly stated words of Kristin’s dad, “Here’s to these two laughing and having fun together forever". As for meaningful touches, the day was far from short on those. Below the bride shares the meaning and inspiration for the sentimental details of the wedding day: *Etched shot glasses on the dinner tables with the Bird Tower logo (this will be used for our “gin” toast rather than a champagne toast after my sister sings an original song she wrote in honor of my Grandparents called ‘Gin On Ice’. I wanted to have her sing that song and do a Gin Toast in honor of my Grandparents who bought and renovated The beloved family Farm who drank a Gin every night.) *Bridesmaids bouquets (each bridesmaid bouquet is composed of 3 blush garden roses in honor of a painting my grandpa did for my grandma. He titled it “Mary’s Flowers” and stated that the three roses represented Love, Friendship, and Support…. I wrote a description of this on the back of our ceremony program and a replica of the painting is actually the graphic we are using for the front of our programs). *Hair accessory (the orange blossoms in my hair are over 115 years old and were worn by my Grandma and great-great-great grandma… also mentioned on the back of the ceremony program.) *Wedding Room (this is the room at the farm that has photos of all 21 weddings that took place at the farm before ours.. in this room we will have photos of both of our grandparents and parents from their weddings) *Horse Carriage (this was an original horse carriage used by Charles Schwab who built the farm in 1919. My grandparents’ care-taker actually saw it being auctioned, heard the history and put it together that it was a carriage used at the farm. The Kimball estate ended up bidding on it and winning because they felt it belonged at the farm.) *The Excalibur (this is the car we will be driving from the ceremony to the reception. My parents drove this car from their ceremony to their reception as well. It is an old car of my grandparents). *My Dad’s Mom’s engagement ring (I will likely be wearing this. I was close with my Dad’s mom who passed when I was 6. She left her engagement ring to my Dad’s sister who felt that it should belong to me. She gave it to me and I wear it on special occasions.)


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