Brian was very excited about proposing to Amy; for months he talked about flying with his friend. Before winter set in, Brian scheduled a flying session and asked Amy to join. Amy quickly latched on to the invitation thrilled about riding in a private prop plane. Due to Brian’s adventurous nature and a one day postponement of the original flight date, Amy didn’t suspect a thing. On October 5, 2014, Amy and Brian were soaring through the sky admiring breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains from above. As they passed over the windmills of Pincher Creek, Brian got down on one knee and proposed to Amy.
The Big Day
Physically grounded, yet emotionally stationed on cloud nine, Amy and Brian started planning their “European Bohemian” style wedding. The reception venue, Meadow Muse Pavilion, brought the couple’s vision to life—the gorgeous hardwood floors and renaissance chandeliers effortlessly complimented the calligraphy detailing of the place settings, candle accents, and draped garland across each table. “It felt like you were sitting in the middle of a garden and field,” said Amy, “that’s what we were going for.”
Amy: “Being surrounded by friends and family and making a sacred commitment to one another.”
Brian: “The prime rib and Amy walking down the aisle.”
Engagement Ring Cut
‘Thinking Out Loud’ – Ed Sheeran
Advice from the Newlyweds
“Get a day of planner. It allowed us to be able to fully enjoy the day and each moment. Also, you don’t have to follow every tradition, do things that reflect what you value as a couple.”
Looking Forward to Most Now Being Married
As newlyweds, Amy and Brian most look forward to traveling together.
Playa Muejeurs, Mexico