But first, a note from a “Dairing” Brunette….
Hey there, beautiful brides and Dairing fans! In case you don’t know me already, I’m Angie, Associate Coordinator for Dairing Events. For quite a while now, Adair has trusted me to perfectly execute dream weddings. This, as you may imagine, can be quite challenging at times. Kristin and Nick are a perfect example of how our loving couples make all of the hard work well worth it.
Kristin & Nick
A celebration of love in the nation’s oldest city
South Florida natives, Kristin and Nick chose St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city, as their wedding destination. Kristin first contacted me a few months before her big day, while she was busy juggling
a hectic work schedule with planning her wedding long-distance. As soon as I spoke with her, I could tell she was all about the little details- a true Dairing bride from the start.
Kristin thought of everything when it came to the details! She even included a trivia game with questions about Kristin, Nick, & their bridal party, on the back of the ceremony program.
During our final meeting before the wedding, Nick repeatedly expressed how concerned he was about Kristin’s wedding worries. I assured him that I would try my best to make her day as relaxing as possible. It was beautiful to see how much they cherished one another, even during the most stressful parts of the planning process.
And, since Nick had informed me of all of these wedding day jitters, I was pleasantly surprised to see Kristin looking calm and focused, just moments before putting on her dress.
Before running over to the reception site, I stopped at the Bella Bay Inn to check on the boys. Nick, also looking happy and calm, checked with me about the day’s timeline.
What a diligent groom…
Kota, their handsome four-legged friend, also took part in the day’s festivities.
As you can see by the bow tie, he took his job seriously.
Ready to meet in the middle, the bridal party began their walk to the ceremony site, the Oldest House.
Kristin gave her girls the choice of a short dress in a gray tone which made for a chic, eclectic look. Gifts from the bride, their matching mustard cardigans
brought warmth to the day in more ways than one!
In true St. Augustine fashion, romantic horse drawn carriages strolled through the streets….
…. Even during photo shoots
After the ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktails at the White Room. Then, Kristin and Nick kicked off their reception with a jazzy choreographed first dance that showed off their character as a couple!
The cake toppers, hand carved and painted by Kristin’s dad, added a personal touch to the cake.
Kristin & Nick, we wish you the very best and brightest future.
Thank you for allowing me to be part of your beautiful day!