With both the bride and groom working as flight attendants, it was only fitting for a travel-inspired wedding.
The adventure for guests began with traveling to this wedding, as only 15% of their guests actually lived in San Antonio. Upon arriving at the wedding, guests took passport photos and added them with their name as the couple’s keepsake. The travel theme continued with the guest sign-in, where they attached their passport photos with an airplane-shaped clip. The seating chart was a map highlighting the destinations where the couple has traveled together.
From the bride: We were based in Newark with Continental Airlines and would see each other before or after trips and if we were lucky enough, we would fly together. It was great having your best friend and lover fly the world with you experiencing places like Germany, Ireland, Denmark and the Netherlands to just name a few. In January 2014 we planned a vacation to Thailand. Unexpectedly he proposed while we were hiking in Chiang Mai with beautiful waterfalls as a backdrop. I was very surprised and of course said yes, as I would never leave this man – marriage or not- I knew we were meant to be together. We immediately began planning our wedding. Shawn and I agreed that we wanted to have a great party, but didn’t want to be financially devastated over it. Doing this on our own, we had to stick with a budget.
Photographer: Helo Photography//Cake Designer: Betty Janes Cake Shoppe//Cake Designer: Cake Art San Antonio//Lighting: Look Entertainment//DJ: Look Entertainment//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Mens Wearhouse//Groomsman Attire: Mens Wearhouse//Caterer: The RK Group//Reception Venue: The Spire at Sunset Station//Event Planner: wolf weddings//Floral Designer: Wolf Weddings//Cinema and Video: Helo Photography