Cait and Matt
Both are Pilots! (Birmingham, Alabama)
This past Saturday at the Southern Flight Museum, in an intimate wedding among vintage airplanes and other flight related memorabilia, two pilots were united in marriage. It was a beautiful wedding with much love from family and friends surrounding Cait and Matt. Their engagement story and Cait’s bridal portrait were featured in the New York Times yesterday. You must read their amazing love story!
The day started at The Tutweiler where the bride and her wedding party greeted out of town guests who were invited to enjoy a light lunch before the day’s activites began. What a beautiful day for photos in the hotel’s courtyard…the weather report was calling for rain, but we were very fortunate to have the most perfect day of blue skies and warm temperatures.
The wedding was a black tie affair, and the bride was the “belle of the ball” in her pale pink silk gown. Both Cait and Matt chose their best friends for the positions of Matron of Honor and Best Man; the groom’s sisters served as bridesmaids, and the bride’s brothers were the groomsmen.
We wish Cait and Matt the very best and agree with the sentiment on the ice sculpture — “love is in the air”>
We love the picture of the wedding party on your blog! We also like your comments on Cait being the belle of the ball.
We also want to thank you for all your help with recommending Kandace and Carla. We were very pleased with them.
We do not know how this wedding would have turned out if you had not referred us to Rachael. She took all of our plans and executed them flawlessly. I might have pulled all my hair out and the rest of Bill’s would have fallen out without her!
We can’t thank you enough for all your hard work.
We can’t wait to see the pictures!!
Gretchen (Mother of the Bride)