Kim and Todd have an awesome love story. As Kim’s dad recounted during his toast, thirty-some years ago - before Todd and Kim were born - their dads met at a job they both took after college and stayed good friends from then on. They each had children around the same time and they would often joke that they wanted to set their kids up so that one day they’d become family. Fast forward - Todd started college at James Madison University a year before Kim decided to go there too. Todd's dad told him to help Kim and her family move her into her dorm, so he did. The week before classes started, Todd and Kim met for lunch a few times and were officially dating a couple weeks after that. So, although they've been together for 7 years, they've actually known each other for over twenty!
They had a beautiful wedding this past June, with a ceremony at Holy Rosary Catholic Church and the reception at National Museum of Women In the Arts. After getting ready, their first look, and some portraits, the ceremony began. We amazingly crunched in some more photos post-ceremony before the rain really came down - it made for some windy but beautiful pics by Matthew D’Agostino of Love Life Images.
This was yet another example of a fairly traditional wedding made personal with small touches throughout the night. Kim made the NMWA venue even more beautiful with her stunning DIY projects which included escort cards on keys, Kim and Todd’s initials in flowers, and hand-made preserves as favors. Add in the beautiful florals by LynnVale Studios and delicious dining by Main Event and you had an incredible evening. After dinner, the guests danced the night away to Elan Artists’ band Nation - and had a very cool surprise set with Kim’s uncle (E Street Band’s Nils Lofgren!) and Kim’s father. The icing on the cake (pun intended) was that their wedding cake was made by their grandmother!
Huge congrats to Kim and Todd! Thanks for letting me be a part of this beautiful day
Kim and Todd's Vendors:
Coordinator: Katie, The Plannery
Ceremony Venue: Holy Rosary Catholic Church
Reception Venue: National Museum of Women in the Arts
Caterer: Main Event
Photographer: Matthew D'Agostino from LoveLife Images
Florist: LynnVale Studios
Band: Nation, through Elan Artists
Hair/Make-up: Amie Decker Beauty
Drapery: Fabrication Events
Lighting: Atmosphere Lighting
Transport: Atlantic Transport