Industrial Elegance in Pastel
Only in fairytales do you expect high school sweethearts to fall in love and stay in love. However, not for our Amare Bride Mackenzie and her newly beloved as they exchanged vows at St. Mary’s Catholic Church.
After ten cherishing years together, Mackenzie and Kevin were able to graduate out of dating and being engaged, to officially tying the knot!
The loving couple were able to visit their old alma mater and reflect back on the moment they knew they had found their soulmate forever. “Kevin balances me out perfectly. He is so supportive and truly is my best friend.”
Dating as a teenager in high school can be quite an emotional roller coaster. Similarly, so can shopping for a wedding dress. However, defying all odds (again), Mackenzie quickly fell in love with the romantic blush wedding dress Style B074 from our Theodora Collection.
“I had my eye on this dress for over a year, I was just waiting for my husband to pop the question. I didn’t look at any other dresses. I bought this dress off the rack and planned my wedding around it.”
Fitted with an elongated bodice of ruched satin, the blush mermaid wedding dress is accented by a flared skirt of Luxe Italian Duchess Silk ribbons that create elegant rosettes.
“I didn’t have a single alteration. It fit me perfectly and I am still completely obsessed with it.”
The wedding details included stunning royal blue knee-length bridesmaid dresses, complimented by light lavender bouquets. The breathtaking architecture of St. Mary’s Catholic Church boast extraordinary stained-glass windows—the perfect backdrop for a couple match made in heaven.
When asked what her favorite moment from her wedding was, Mackenzie immediately shared, “Seeing Kevin’s face as I walked down the aisle.”
For future brides planning their big wedding day, Mackenzie offers some simple, yet often overlooked, advice: “Enjoy every moment of planning! Although it can be stressful, seeing the day all come together is totally worth it. Also, as you’re being announced at your reception, take a moment and look around the room at all the people that are there for you!”