Paige and Scott were dating for two and a half years and knew that they were ready to start the next chapter of their life together. They had spent a magical weekend at Outsidelands [a music festival in golden gate park] in San Francisco. Once arriving home to Dallas, they went to the spot where they had their very first date.The proposal, while a blur, was so intimate and sweet. While Paige will never forget how nervous Scott was, she'll never forget how happy in that moment she was.
Soon enough, the planning began! Paige dreamed of having a mountain wedding in Colorado. The romantic, bohemian vibe luckily aligned with Scott and they knew the outdoors was the way to go. Upon planning, Paige discovered Evening Collective on Instagram. Immediately, she fell in love with the styles and the color palate of neutrals that she had been looking for. Excited to begin her journey in finding the perfect bridesmaid dresses, her and her bridal party utilized the sample service! Living a few states away from most of her bridesmaids, Paige was able to FaceTime her bridal party and see how the dresses worked and saw them turn their very own homes into a catwalk!
COVID-19 was at the forefront and many brides were beginning to make changes to their big day but Paige revealed that she gave herself so much grace, and remained patient – which honestly proved to be incredibly hard for someone that has EVERYTHING planned in advanced. She let the situation 'BE', and trusted in the process. Paige and Scott kept their wedding date of July 12th but they knew that their love and commitment of one another meant the most and that is when they decided to explore the idea of having a secret, intimate wedding to share together at their new home in Texas.