04 May 2007

Nancy & Donn
















Nancy and Donn, what a joy it has been getting to know you (and Cotswold :) over the last few months! From our first meeting, and beyond the Southern roots that Donn and I share, we enjoyed such a natural connection. You are two of the most friendly and fun loving people one could ever meet. Nancy, you are such a kind soul and radiant spirit, and I have delighted in our correspondence! How wonderful it was to photograph your overflowing enthusiasm, spontaneity and love on your wedding day!

Thank you for sharing your day and so much more with me! You were both so very gracious and went out of your way to make Jeff and me feel among your closest guests - even before the wedding. Thank you for making it a point to introduce us to so many of the special people in your life.

Nancy and Donn have an endearing love story that began in an elevator at the Metropolitan Building in downtown Seattle. This is where they met - once - then twice - then Donn figured he better not let this amazing woman disappear again. On their beautiful, blue-sky wedding day, we went back to where the spark began. On the rooftop, the incredible view was the perfect backdrop for the tango!

Nancy was full of surprises: her vibrant parasol, spicy tango dress, magnificent band and the groom's cake, to name a few. What shape does the groom cake take when the groom is from Texas? An armadillo, of course. And, what does an armadillo wear to a wedding? Texas bluebonnets, of course. It was truly cute - until Donn cut its poor head off to reveal a red velvet interior. Shocking and so much fun for all of us!

Nancy and Donn had a truly elegant wedding at the Women's University Club, which has a very interesting history dating back to 1914. The whole day was a delight! So much expression! SLIDESHOW!













1 Comments:

Anonymous Miles B. said...

Excellent! Donn, you old dawg, I wouldn't have recognized you -- but it's been a few years, hasn't it? Hope you and your bride have many years of happiness together.

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