These high school sweethearts tied the knot in the most romantic fall wedding! Hannah and Cody’s love story, however, goes way back before any wedding planning began. They met in French class during their freshman year of high school and started dating several years later. Swoon! These two lovebirds did long distance for six years before moving to the same city. Cody proposed to Hannah in a place that is very special to her – her family’s cottage on Lake Erie. With friends and family eagerly watching from afar, Cody dropped to one knee and asked Hannah to marry him in front of a beautiful sunset horizon. According to Hannah, Cody loves surprises, so it was no shock that he had something special planned for the proposal. Since they got engaged at sunset, it is only fitting that they also got married at sunset!
Their photographer, Feather & Twine, captured the sentimental and romantic festivities throughout the entire day. All of the decor from Premiere Events helped bring the rustic, fall wedding inspiration of their dreams to life. Between the rich and vibrant color palette exuding from Remi + Gold‘s bold floral design and the beautiful golden hour scenery, their ceremony was one to remember! Some of the happy couple’s most favorite memories from their wedding was all about DANCING! Hannah states, “My two favorite memories are dancing. We had a great DJ and made our own playlist, so we and the guests were dancing the whole time. Cody and I had a special last dance together while everyone lined up out front for our send off. It allowed us to have a little quiet moment and take everything in.” In addition to all of the amazing vendors, the weather for their October Texas wedding was perfect to dance the night away. The couple said their goodbyes and retired to at The Line. Cheers to the Wilkersons!
Photos// Feather & Twine
From the bride on why Remi + Gold is her favorite vendor: “She helped me figure out so many little details and helped everything come together. She is truly special and is so gifted at what she does.”