Classic And Timeless Spring Wedding
This classic and timeless spring wedding is giving us all the inspo! With the couple’s white and gold color scheme, they nailed the timeless look. Amy and Craig met in college but didn’t start dating until after they graduated. However, they both always knew there was something there. After dating for a few years, Craig proposed to Amy with a romantic beachfront picnic! With having to move their wedding due to the Covid pandemic, they still got to have their magical day to celebrate their love with their friends and family. The couple spent the morning getting ready with their bridal parties on the wedding day, where Amy got dressed in her beautiful lace, sheath Martina Liana gown from Brickhouse Bridal, and Craig dressed in a blue suit from Generation Tux. After getting ready, the couple shared an intimate “first touch” where they prayed for their future lives together. The bride said of saving the first look for the walk down the aisle, “there is nothing like that first look feeling.” Their gorgeous indoor ceremony and reception were held at Ashton Gardens | West Houston. After their ceremony, the couple took advantage of their time at sunset and captured the most beautiful portraits with their photographer, April Mae Creative. The reception was filled with dancing, speeches, and even the Aggie War Hymn. The newlyweds ended the night with the most memorable moment of their day – a private last dance. Sharing such a romantic and intimate moment together after the craziness of planning a wedding and experiencing a that day was just what the couple needed. The couple drove off in a red 1965 Ford Mustang. Check out some photos from their romantic day below! Cheers, Mrs. and Mr. Kondoff!
Photos // April Mae Creative
From the bride: “My favorite wedding day memory was the private last dance. It was such a special moment to take in the feeling of being husband and wife, the emotion from having our family and friends there supporting us, and really soaking in the love that we have for each other and how that was celebrated in every aspect of the day. I will forever encourage brides to experience that moment on their wedding day – it was so special for both of us!”