Candice & Tom | Sand Point Country Club Wedding

 

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Tom still claims that it was pure luck Candice agreed to their first date, and then a second…

Candice, on the other hand, gushes over their sweet engagement, when Tom (who hand-makes her cards regularly) created a whole booklet of photos of the two of them. Although he claims he was still shocked she said yes, we think he had it in the bag with that level of thoughtfulness!

Their wedding day was filled with the same level of adoration with greens to match Candice’s favorite color and emerald engagement ring to friends and family pitching in on invitations, the cake and officiating (Alan claims this is his one and only time officiating since he just couldn’t say no to his sister).

The sweetest father-daughter dance rounded out this perfect day, with both Candice and her dad dancing alongside Tom and his daughter.
We wish you two a lifetime of love, whether it be by luck or through a whole lot of thoughtfulness. ~Erik & Marissa

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Candice’s emerald engagement ring was inspired by her mother’s, which she had sewn into her dress in remembrance.

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Tom’s daughter Elizabeth made the sweetest flower girl, loving her flower crown from Bloom.

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An escape outside for some sunset photos…our favorite!

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Thank you to the wonderful people who brought this day such joy!

Venue & Catering – Sand Point Country Club

Officiant – Candice’s brother, Alan

Flowers – Bloom By Tara

Cake – Family Friend, Sara Poore

Invitations – BDR Studio

Photography – Ciccarelli Photography

DJ – Adam’s DJ Service

Hair – Kimie of Fringe

Makeup – Pretty Girl Studio

Dress – Belltown Bride

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