Four years ago, Jaimie and Adam met on the dance floor at a friend's wedding. It could have been Jaimie's incredible ability to belt out every lyric from "We Didn't Start The Fire" that caught his eye, or her even more impressive dance moves, but that is where it all started. They were living in two different cities at the time and the distance alone could have been a valid reason to leave everything at the wedding, but there was something greater ahead for these two. Persistence and lengthly conversations filled with awkward jokes resulted in these two putting the travel logistics aside and officially begin their relationship. In Adam's lovestruck words, after being separated for 9 months while stationed in Kuwait that was when he knew. A year later they became engaged and after a year of planning their West Point wedding they tied the knot.
I have a special place in my heart for military couples. They sacrifice a normal life to fight for our country. No amount of thank you's can express my true thanks for what they do. Jaimie and Adam have been through it all and their love has no bounds. They are a true American love story that has many chapters left to be written.
NY Wedding Photographer: Michelle Lange | Ceremony: West Point Cadet Chapel | Reception: The Thayer Hotel | Wedding Planning: Weddings by Debra | Florist: Nancy Smith, The Garden Party | Wedding Gown: Kleinfeld Bridal | Wedding Shoes: Vince Camuto | Bridesmaids: BHLDN and ASOS | Invitation: Eliza Tran | Hair and Makeup: Beautini by Blo | Cake: Homestyle Bakery | Cocktail Hour Music: Grant Swift Glidden | Reception Music: DJ Domenic | Cinematography: Mesh Films | FILM LAB: THE FIND LAB | DIGITAL IMAGES EDITED WITH NOBLE PRESETS
This is just one in a series of looks we have coming up with Angela's Bridal and it started with a bang. We are modernizing looks of the past. We started with Boho Beauty and came up with this look. Flower Scout created an incredible wedding bouquet with home grown flowers. Makeup was subtly, yet perfectly executed by Meghan Kearns. Hair was loosely pinned up by the "bride". The show-stopping gown by Marchesa provided just the right amount of detail, texture and movement while being oh-so-comfortable. I think Rosa could have slept in it if she wanted to :) Oh, and did you know Angela's is bringing Marchesa to the Albany, New York area for all you future brides? Get in touch with them! It is a one-of-a-kind line. Oh, and if Marchesa finds your way into your wedding day, I know the PERFECT wedding photographer for you (ahem... you are looking at her).