Erin & Patrick ~ January 25, 2020

Erin and Patrick met as students at ASU — and for these two, it was “love at first line dance.” After four and a half years of love and laughter, the couple officially tied the knot!

The January wedding was filled with beautiful, classically elegant touches. The couple chose a simple, understated color scheme of white and cream, which really made the touches of green and pink in their floral arrangements pop! The bridesmaids wore long, cream-colored gowns, while the groom and his groomsmen wore classic black tuxes with cream bow ties and cummerbunds.

Erin, of course, opted for the traditional white wedding gown. Her mermaid-style Enzoani gown featured a sweetheart neckline, cathedral train, and lace detail from top to toe. She looked absolutely stunning as she walked down the aisle with her father (and from the smile on his face, we knew Patrick agreed).

The ceremony was full of swoon-worthy moments. A string quartet set the mood as Erin and Patrick lit a unity candle and read their own vows, promising to love each other unconditionally. Soon, there were rings on their fingers and a romantic kiss — these two lovebirds were officially wed!

After the ceremony, guests headed inside for a fun-filled reception. Inside, there was even more old-school elegance, from the antique candelabras on the head table to the delicious meal. The evening kicked off with Erin and Patrick’s first dance (to Kieth Urban’s “Parallel Lines”) and a dance with the bride and groom’s parents. Erin and her father danced to Alan Jackson’s “Drive,” and Patrick and his mother danced to “Mother” by Sugarland. 

While the Maid of Honor and Best Man entertained with their speeches, guests enjoyed their dinner: caesar salad, herb-roasted red potatoes, fresh green beans with almond slivers, grilled chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto and provolone, and beef tenderloin with cognac cream sauce and horseradish aioli (yum). After dinner, everyone hit the dance floor, dancing the night away with only a short break for cake.

It was an evening full of laughter, love, and music — perfect for a couple who fell in love on the dance floor.

Photography By: David Lemp Photography