The First Law of Thermodynamics states that energy can be neither created nor destroyed; the energy of the universe is constant. The same could be said of true love. High school sweethearts Julie and Kyle first shared chemistry class together, then a home, and now a new life as husband and wife.
Six years into their relationship Julie and Kyle purchased a house together. On the night of their possession, they did a walkthrough of the home. After the home inspector left, Kyle wanted to take another look upstairs in case they missed something. Julie followed him into the master bedroom, where he pretended to look around before getting down on one knee.
The Big Day
The couple wanted their wedding venue to be rustic but still located in the heart of the city, and the Blatchford Air Hangar at Fort Edmonton Park fit the bill. They topped off their big day with cheese and gravy–La Poutine Food Truck dished up a fun midnight lunch.
Julie: “Our first dance. I know it seems cheesy, but it was perfect. All of the stressful parts were finished like vows and speeches. I didn’t have a care in the world, we just melted into each other. We are both horrible dances too, but we just seemed to glide across the floor. I’ll never forget it.”
Kyle: “When I saw Julie walking down the isle. I honestly wasn’t nervous at all about the wedding prior to the day and even right up until the moment when I myself walked down the isle to wait for her. I don’t know why, but the apprehension really built up the closer I got to the end of the isle. The moment I saw her smiling face all the nerves were gone and it really was the beginning of one amazing day.”
Engagement Ring Cut
‘She’s Everything’ – Brad Paisley
Advice from the Newlyweds
“Don’t sweat the small stuff. Oh, and have some sort of plan to tackle the seating chart. It will definitely lead to some ridiculous arguments.”
Looking Forward to Most Now Being Married
“Planning adventures together! But just spending each and every day sharing your life with your best friend, that’s pretty amazing too.”
Hotel: Bear and Bison Country Inn