Tara and Brian

in Tuscany, Italy

Videographer: Bordoni Films
Venue: Vicarello
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Wedding Date on Sep 8, 2018

Tara and Brian Lehrer were party hopping sophomore year of college back in 2008 when they met and instantly hit it off...so much that they talked all night, until the bride's 8 a.m. class! "We pretty much started dating instantly after that," she says. "We've been together ever since." Nine years later, Brian used their anniversary as the prime opportunity to propose. The couple commemorated their dating milestone with a getaway to a Cambodia, where the groom got down on one knee on a picturesque wooden bridge amid rice patties. But first, he cleverly staged the moment as a photo op. Tara had given him a heads-up that she wanted to take more pictures of him on the trip, so he promptly broke into a series of silly poses. For the last shot, he got down on one knee, played their favorite song from his phone, and pulled out a ring. After a screamed yes, they spent about two hours crying of happiness together. "It was the most magical, surreal, and incredible feeling of all time, especially being totally alone in that moment together in that setting," Tara recalls. As evidenced by their proposal abroad, the college sweethearts wanted to showcase their love of travel for their September 8, 2018, wedding. A venue in Italy, Castello di Vicarello, happened to coincide with Tara and Brian's timing and vision—so much so that they put down the deposit before even visiting! When the bride and her mother finally did make the trek, though, the lush greenery, organic orchards, vineyard, and authentic castle vibes all validated their impromptu decision making. After spending ample time in Bali, Tara was also drawn to the family-run space's decorative connections to the island. "The owners put huge importance on local, organic, and delicious food, rustic charm, and had ties with Balinese culture, as seen in some of their furniture straight from Bali," she says. With the locale out of the way, next came picking a vision, and the pair decided on a romantic, intimate vibe. With only 33 guests, a three day-long celebration, and a cozy dinner table supplied by the venue, the plan fell into place accordingly.



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Tara and Brian

in Tuscany, Italy

Videographer: Bordoni Films
Venue: Vicarello

Sep 8 2018

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Tara and Brian Lehrer were party hopping sophomore year of college back in 2008 when they met and instantly hit it off...so much that they talked all night, until the bride's 8 a.m. class! "We pretty much started dating instantly after that," she says. "We've been together ever since." Nine years later, Brian used their anniversary as the prime opportunity to propose. The couple commemorated their dating milestone with a getaway to a Cambodia, where the groom got down on one knee on a picturesque wooden bridge amid rice patties. But first, he cleverly staged the moment as a photo op. Tara had given him a heads-up that she wanted to take more pictures of him on the trip, so he promptly broke into a series of silly poses. For the last shot, he got down on one knee, played their favorite song from his phone, and pulled out a ring. After a screamed yes, they spent about two hours crying of happiness together. "It was the most magical, surreal, and incredible feeling of all time, especially being totally alone in that moment together in that setting," Tara recalls. As evidenced by their proposal abroad, the college sweethearts wanted to showcase their love of travel for their September 8, 2018, wedding. A venue in Italy, Castello di Vicarello, happened to coincide with Tara and Brian's timing and vision—so much so that they put down the deposit before even visiting! When the bride and her mother finally did make the trek, though, the lush greenery, organic orchards, vineyard, and authentic castle vibes all validated their impromptu decision making. After spending ample time in Bali, Tara was also drawn to the family-run space's decorative connections to the island. "The owners put huge importance on local, organic, and delicious food, rustic charm, and had ties with Balinese culture, as seen in some of their furniture straight from Bali," she says. With the locale out of the way, next came picking a vision, and the pair decided on a romantic, intimate vibe. With only 33 guests, a three day-long celebration, and a cozy dinner table supplied by the venue, the plan fell into place accordingly.


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