Chapel Wedding Celebration
Heather and Adolfo – September 3, 2023
Heather and Adolfo brought their hearts and their family to our chapel for a truly special wedding celebration. The chapel was adorned in cream fabric, a canvas for the striking blue and yellow florals that reflected the brightness of their love. Their love story was a beautiful testament to family, with Adolfo carrying their baby and their son proudly walking Heather down the aisle. Their daughter played the sweet role of flower girl, adding a touch of innocence and charm to the day.
Their ceremony was a harmonious blend of languages and cultures. The officiant performed parts in English for Heather and parts in Spanish for Adolfo, creating a beautiful fusion of their backgrounds and shared dreams. Heather was a vision in her boho off-the-shoulder dress, accompanied by a short mantilla-style veil that added a touch of tradition to her look. Adolfo, the cowboy at heart, wore jeans and a suit jacket, complete with a cowboy hat that exuded a sense of rustic charm.
Their wedding cake, a cute little one-tier creation, symbolized the sweetness of their love and the simplicity of their celebration. It was a reminder that sometimes, the most beautiful things come in small packages.
Heather and Adolfo’s family wedding was a day filled with love, unity, and the promise of a bright future. Surrounded by the ones they hold dear, they embarked on a journey that celebrated the beauty of their unique love story.
From the Bride:
We met on Facebook (the dating section they came out with). I matched with him the second day I was on it, added him as a friend and deleted my dating profile the next day because of our quick connection. For our first date, we went to Anakeesta. It was a sweet and fun first date. Lots to do so it was a nice ice breaker. I remember it being very cold and him grabbing my hand to keep me warm. We immediately hit it off and talked every minute of the day after that.
He proposed to me last year at my favorite restaurant- “ Pacifico Nayarit”. It’s a Hispanic seafood place that has live music on the weekends. When we went there was a mariachi singer there that night. My fiancé went to the restroom and all of a sudden I hear the mariachi singing a song that was very familiar – it was a song that my fiancé sings to me all the time. I knew in that moment it was happening. The mariachi came up to the table singing to me and then my fiancé got down on one knee.
Since we live in Knoxville – East Tennessee is home and is the most beautiful place to wed! I am looking forward to seeing my fiancés face when he sees me in my dress and my son walking with me down the aisle.
for fun, we do a lot of family dates since we have a 9, 6 year old and a 3 month old. We love traveling and travel monthly! We are so excited to have this last missing piece of our story come together.
Venue: Chapel in the Hollow
Chapel Florals and Bridal Bouquet: Chapel in the Hollow via Boujee Blooms
Photography: @Star Noir Studio
Coordinator: Beverly with Custom Love Gifts & Events
Dress: @David’s Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: Amazon
Menswear: Men’s Wearhouse
Rings: Mod Gents and Kay Jewelers
Cake: Emisa HM Bakery
Hair and Makeup: Beauty with Lindi
Venue Associate: Elizabeth DeCoursey