Kimberly and Christian’s love story is one of my favorites yet. Of all the apartments in New York City, she chose the one right across from his. He landed his childhood dream job of an NYPD police officer. She moved to New York City and landed a job with Inside Edition as a news producer. Soon after she moved in, she knocked on the door across the hall to ask for a dress zip. It wasn’t Christian who answered, but his roommate (best man!). The roommate told Christian about the lively redhead next door. Christian soon met this fun, outgoing beautiful woman at the bar, and the rest is a total romantic comedy. Watch the full film below…he tells the story and it’s sooo good.
Kimberly has AZ roots, but the majority of guests traveled from great distances to beautiful Sedona. Agave of Sedona is a wonderful wedding venue. The ceremony location is jaw droopingly beautiful, and the ceremony room is just lovely with a great dance floor and plenty of room for mingling. Rain was in the forecast for pretty much the entire day, but the wedding gods kept the rain away for when it mattered. Not a drop fell during the ceremony, and clouds kept the sun at bay, making beautiful light for filming. We then headed out for a romantic session on the rocks and got some fantastic footage as we watched a storm roll in. We played for along as we dared until the clouds broke and we had to run to the car with umbrellas, laughing.
Kimberly and Christian then entered their reception with a choreographed first dance, which blew me away. They totally downplayed it ahead of time, saying they just had a few moves..yah right…it was incredible. The rest of the night was just about as ideal as a wedding can be… heart warming speeches with laughs and tears, toasts, and a huge dance party.
Oh, and one huge important detail…Kimberly wore her mother’s wedding dress. She had it altered at The Wedding Dresser, a dress altering shop in Brooklyn. They took away the 80s poofy sleeves and made it just absolutely gorgeous and modern. I loved it…watch for the first look with her mother in the film.