Not too wedding-ish. Personal touches all the way.

Leah and Brad
September 21, 2013

For those of you that don’t know, I got married this summer, on September 7 to be exact. I was really hoping that my wedding would be the last wedding that I worked on for 2013 and I could just relax and enjoy being a newly wed after that. That all changed I met Leah and Brad in May. I meet with every potential client before they book and had every intention of sending Brad and Leah to work with Lisa (my fabulous co-worker). Well I changed my mind on that about 10 minutes into our meeting. I simply adored not just Leah and Brad, but their whole “team” (Leah’s mom and sister) as I came to call them through the wedding planning. First off, they are funny, the kind of dry and sarcastic humor that I can’t get enough of. While I was waiting to meet them for the first time Leah called and said “Hi it’s Leah, sorry we are late. We canceled the wedding. (Long pause) Just kidding! We are almost at the coffee shop.” At the first meeting, Leah and Brad made it very clear that they did not want their wedding to be too “wedding-ish,” too structured, too conventional or too scheduled. Since Leah was getting married two weeks after me we formed a unique bond of planning at the same time. By the time her wedding day came I felt like a friend was getting married. Actually, I think Leah summed up our time together perfectly in a note she gave me just before the ceremony in this line “I feel like we were kindred brides and am so glad you came into my life at this moment.” By the way, her not too wedding-ish wedding was so filled with personal touches, here are a few highlights: wore her mother’s wedding dress, groom made granola for the party favors, same photographer as Leah’s parents’ wedding, Jewish chuppah (of course they made it) held by friends, scheduling the wedding to not start on time and mother-daugther dance.

David Swift Photography

David Swift Photography

Wedding of Leah Schwartz and Bradley Adams. CREDIT: David J Swift

David Swift Photography

Wedding of Leah Schwartz and Bradley Adams. CREDIT: David J Swift

David Swift Photography

Wedding of Leah Schwartz and Bradley Adams. CREDIT: David J Swift

David Swift Photography

Wedding of Leah Schwartz and Bradley Adams. CREDIT: David J Swift

David Swift Photography

Wedding of Leah Schwartz and Bradley Adams. CREDIT: David J Swift

David Swift Photography

Wedding of Leah Schwartz and Bradley Adams. CREDIT: David J Swift

David Swift Photography

Wedding of Leah Schwartz and Bradley Adams. CREDIT: David J Swift

David Swift Photography

Caterer: Calico Restaurant
Ceremony: Private Residence at Elk Refuge
Reception: Calico Restauarant
Dessert: Shadez
Florist: Flowers by Chloe
Hair: Jamie Kramer
Officiant: Rev. Jack Swan
Photography: David Swift Photography
Reception Music: Jackson Hole DJ
Wedding Coordinator: Events, Etc.

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