Katie and Jonathan met on a cruise ship. They were each cruising with friends. The group spent many late nights together enjoying their vacations, playing poker, and dancing. They had caught each other’s attention but it was when Katie saw Jonathan laughing and dancing with an elderly cruise guest that her heart leapt. She dug her fingernails into her best friend’s knee and looked on in admiration.
Staying true to their travel themed romance, Jonathan proposed in the Atlanta airport just before they headed off to visit family, so a destination wedding in San Diego fit the bill.
Thank you both for trusting me with these memories for you. Editing your wedding brought back so many happy memories of the day for me so I sincerely hope they do the same for you. I appreciate how kind and welcoming you both were to me – a stranger.
A big, big thank you as well to Julie Scrivner, The Best Wedding For You. Julie is an awesome coordinator. There were tons of details and multiple locations and people to organize and the wedding went off without a hitch. Her husband Mick, with Elite British DJ, one of my favorite DJs kept the party going. Love getting to work with you both! Thank you for help. Pretty much everything else was DIY so my hat is off to Katie, Jonathan and their crew. Katie’s mom made all of the floral arrangements, Tim made the custom bar and arch at the ceremony site. One of Katie’s best friends made their cakes. I don’t know how many people strung lights, made lawn game boards, and contributed in other ways. We’re talking a lot of DIY. But it was all amazing and beautiful!!
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