Another gorgeous wedding! We are excited to share Frank and Rosie’s wedding by Yeah Yeah Photography with you. Everything about this wedding is just beautiful, how gorgeous did Rosie look in that dress? We adore how the warm lighting accentuates the décor.
Congratulations, Frank and Rosie!
Lovebirds | How did you two meet?
Frank: I walked into church and saw the most beautiful, delicate, precious woman I’d ever seen. It was the first time I’d ever seen a woman who loves God the way she does. And in that moment I knew I wanted to be with her forever and marry her.
Rosie: Frank waltzed into the church wearing a red t-shirt and jeans. I don’t even know how I remember that. But I didn’t even, for a second, think that we would ever be together…then later I fell for him…completely…
I said Yes | How did the proposal go down?
Rosie: The lead up was the most confusing few hours of my life! Haha :)
It was a surprise for our anniversary. Even though he spoke about how hungry he was in the car, when we arrived there was no restaurant in sight. He had arranged horse riding without knowing that I was petrified of horses. He was quiet – which is not like him at all. My horse was on its own mission…it was very funny.
Then….he took me through a small path down to the river where there was a romantic picnic set up. He still didn’t eat though…I thought something was wrong…until he pulled out my mom’s engagement ring…
The Big Day | What was the most memorable moment of your wedding day?
Frank: When Rosie walked down the aisle and I got to see my wife-to-be in her gorgeous dress for the very first time…and our first dance together.
Rosie: When I saw my dad waiting for me at the door of the church to walk me down the aisle and he kissed my forehead…and also saying our vows.
Describe your wedding day in one sentence
Frank: The best epic wedding EVER in the history of mankind since the world began!!
Rosie: Everyone I wanted there was there…especially my husband.
Forever & Always | Any advice for future brides?
Enjoy every minute. Take your time on the day and leading up to the day.
Invite everybody that you want to invite because some people won’t make it – even on the day.
Find a dress that is you in every way.
Be more focused on the marriage than the wedding.
Relax. Stay at the venue the night before the wedding to relax.
Get a planner to organize the day for you – you don’t want to be decorating at midnight on the day.
Enjoy the honeymoon.
And lastly…most importantly…compromise for each other.