They were warned not to fall in love. They were first year med students and the demanding schedules and stress was often too much for any relationships to survive, let alone thrive. But Angie and Arie met that first year and fell in love. And two weeks ago, they were married in a beautiful ceremony in Angie’s hometown of Northfield.
How pretty is this color palette of soft blue, blush and cream?
In my initial consultations with Angie, I knew her wedding would be inspired by the Horse and Hunt Club, but also include nods to medical school. …Which, if you think about, seems like a difficult combination of themes to pull off. But when I walked into the Club and saw how she pulled all the details together, I was floored! She somehow made all the design elements of the day work together while still having meaning to her and Arie–and she did it really well!
The windows of the club were adorned with hundreds of pretty stained glass stars that also served as favors. Oh, and my girl Angie MADE THEM HERSELF!
Angie and Arie encouraged their guests to place bets on the Preakness race as they entered the reception. It was such a cool idea!
Angie, Arie and their guests danced the night away in the pavilion. They scored the Johnny Holm band–so much fun!
We capped our evening with a 5 minute stroll behind the club to capture some last light portraits, and they turned out to be my favorite of the entire day. Congratulations, you two! Best of luck with your next chapter in Arizona 🙂