The Couple: Natalie & Justin
Wedding Date: April 21, 2014
Photography by Amy Nicole Photography
Tell us a little about you and your beloved: My husband plays trumpet in Michael Buble’s band, and I actually met him at a concert at the Oakland Colosseum in 2007. I thought he was quite charming, but we shared a few laughs and called it a night. We reconnected again a few years later when he was coming through my area again on tour, and asked me out on our first date. The rest is history…
What was the most amazing part of your day? The most amazing part of my day was our first dance. My husband is also a singer, so at his shows he always makes a point to sing our song, Come Rain or Come Shine, to me (and embarrass me!) in front of the crowd. We had not planned on doing any dancing at our wedding because of space concerns, but my heart jumped into my throat when I heard the first few chords of “Come Rain or Come Shine” over the speaker. He pulled me to my feet and sang the song in my ear as we danced. Just talking about it now puts butterflies in my stomach!
Ceremony Site: The Palace of Fine Arts
Officiant: Rob Wilkerson (one of the groom’s best friends and fellow band mate)
Reception Venue and Caterer: McKormick & Kuleto’s, Fisherman’s Warf
Photographer: Amy Nicole Photography
Videographer: LoveSpun Films
Cake/Desserts: Beyond Buttercream
Bridal Attire: Vera Wang
Bridesmaids’ Attire: Each selected their own dress
Hair and Makeup: Tamra-Marie Artistry
Band: Groom’s playlist
Furniture Rentals: Celebrations! Event Rentals and Tents
Honeymoon Location: Australia
First Dance Song: “Come Rain or Come Shine”
Any advice you’d give to our readers who are planning their weddings right now? We saved money on decorations by picking beautiful, natural venues that didn’t really need anything extra. Best decision, and our photos turned out magical!
Anything that you would have done differently if you were given the chance? Nothing!
Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Social Media Maven, Aimee Carroll.
Photos courtesy of Amy Nicole Photography.
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