Talk about one for the memory banks. You guys!
All Liz and Max really wanted from their wedding was for there to be a good time; for all their guests to enjoy themselves and to experience love and happiness. They weren’t interested in a ton of couple photos or all the details. They just wanted FUN. Now we did take some sweet couple portraits in the fort and the details were second to none (you rock our world Cairn Events), but I want to stress that for them the focus was on their friends and family and boy did they deliver and that.
Liz got ready with her sisters and her mom, putting on some killer stilettos for her first look with Max in the fort. I was so worried about her ankles but she insisted that she wanted to wear them for Max to look killer. I can respect that. We hung out in the fort with them a little while and then it was time to sign the Ketubah! Its wild how fast things move on a wedding day. After the Ketubah they had a cocktail hour before the ceremony since on a Saturday, they needed to wait until Sundown to have the Jewish Ceremony. Lit only by candles they said their vows by the ocean, followed up immediately by an EPIC fireworks display that seemed to last longer the the 4th of July! Dinner served tapas style, delicious Bard Coffee, and a dance party till 4 am. Are you getting an idea of how incomparable this one was you guys? So incredible to be a part of and we were honored to be a part of it.