Brian + Nicole’s Disney Themed Waterfront Wedding
On July 7, 2018 Brian and Nicole vowed to spend the rest of their lives together at Herrington on the Bay on the Polynesian Lawn, overlooking the Chesapeake Bay.Read more on their special day including photos from their wedding and the story of how they met, their wedding planning process, and what advice they’d give to other couples about to get married.
How They Met
On July 7, 2013 the couple was set up on a blind date to go for a bike ride to get pizza. After the initial blind date, they continued to see each other until Brian asked Nicole to be his girlfriend on July 27, 2013. On September 27, 2018, he told her he loved her in central park in New York City.
“He made me smile so big and it was one of the best feelings,” -Nicole
The Engagement Story
Three years later the couple planned a three-year anniversary trip to Florida, Brian proposed! On their anniversary, July 27, Brian asked Nicole to marry him in front of the Castle at Disney World.
Can you tell that seven is this couple’s lucky number?
Wedding Planning Process
Brian and Nicole were engaged for approximately two years. The bride herself did most of the planning with her older sister and mom providing support and guidance where needed. Of course Brian assisted with all the big decisions.
Big Day Recap
Their day was absolutely perfect. Brian and Nicole chose to do a letter reading to each other before the main ceremony, which left both of them in tears.
“Just hearing the thoughts that were going on in our heads that day were so special.”
As Nicole walked down the aisle, they shared a special moment together as well.
What about the details?
Their theme carried over from their engagement: Disney!
The centerpieces for each table was a different Disney movie. To call the tables for dinner, the DJ played that table’s movie theme song.
“It was truly a fairy tale wedding that was a dream come true!”
What wedding advice do you have for other couples?
Brian and Nicole’s best piece of advice is to not to sweat it if something doesn’t go as planned, it can be fixed another day. They also noted to “enjoy the moment because you can’t get that back.”