Dan and Toby’s wedding was shared with our Perfect Wedding Guide Head Over Heels blog by their awesome photographer Kayla Kitts Photography from our New Mexico Perfect Wedding Guide market.
She tells a story of this sweet, loving and slightly quirky couple; their love and their beautiful intimate New Mexico wedding day.
Here’s what she had to say:
“I’d like to say that fate put these two in the same place at the right time. They met in St Louis, half a world away from Toby’s home. And there, in that city was Dan – and they say they knew right away that it was something special. The rest is history, and since then they’ve relocated to New Mexico. They laughed hard as they told me about Dan “super cheesily” proposing on Valentine’s Day, and looked at each other sweetly as they told me about their special day. As we sat and sipped coffee and cracked up over and over again, I knew that photographing their wedding was going to be awesome – and it was!
The weather was gorgeous that day in Santa Fe, and the excitement built as everyone arrived at Neptune Gallery. Dan and Toby selected their closest family and friends to celebrate with them as they promised to forever, and it was incredibly intimate and amazing. They enjoyed appetizers in the courtyard and toasted to champagne with eyes filled with tears as memories were shared and dreams were spoken. We strolled down Canyon Road as they ventured over to The Compound for dinner, and as we went people cheered and celebrated and all was perfect! It was a day that my heart bursts over, and a day I am so thankful to be a part of!”
Photographer: Kayla Kitts Photography (Perfect Wedding Guide Vendor)
Venue: Neptune Gallery and Studio Event Space + Dinner at The Compound Restaurant
Florist: Bloomstream Floral
Attire: Mr. Tux (Perfect Wedding Guide Vendor)
Officiant: Erin Whitcomb
Wedding Cake: American Pie Bakery
Ceremony Musician: Cello For Weddings, Ryan Smith (Perfect Wedding Guide Vendor)
Caterer: Walter Burke Catering
Coordinator: Lauren Mestas with Just Lovely Wedding + Event Planning