Kara & Drew’s Desert Mountain wedding photos were so fun and romantic! One of the most fun wedding crews and families I’ve had the honor of documenting, they had me and all the guests laughing all day.
I asked them to tell me about how they met and when they knew the other was the one:
Drew: “Kara and I met online and we talked for about three weeks via text. Finally, after weeks of pleasant persistence, she finally caved to my witty comments and agreed to go out on a date. It was freezing cold, and I’ll never forget seeing her walk into the restaurant. The rest is history now. She has been there through thick and thin, and I’m lucky to call her mine.”
Kara: “We both felt like there was ‘something different’ about one another after the fist date. I vividly remember thinking when I got home that he could be the one. The other moment was after our first vacation together in Mexico. We traveled well together, got along with one another’s friends and families and never got sick of each other. That trip brought us closer together on a different level and we both felt it. And last but not least, not that we needed validation, but after our friends and family kept saying how well we complimented each other, we knew it was special that they could see it too.”
Congrats to you both!
Planning Sip & Twirl | Venue Desert Mountain Club | Floral Fiori Floral Design | DJ Desert House Productions | Videography J Lyter Cinema | Hair & Makeup Jessica Fierro | Gown Leanne Marshall via Flutter Boutique | Shoes Badgley Mischka | Desert Mountain Wedding Photos Rachel Solomon Photography | Film Lab The FIND Lab
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