Decisions, decisions. What do you do when your grad school graduation ceremony falls on the same day as your wedding? For Ashley, the choice was easy: trade the cap and gown for the dress and veil and head to Mulvaney’s Building and Loan for an unforgettable wedding celebration.
When it comes to weddings, “when it rains, it pours” is as apt an expression as ever. Ashley and Tyson were certainly in the middle of one of life’s downpours. Tyson had recently taken a new job in Florida and had moved out that direction to prepare the way. Meanwhile, Ashley was finishing up graduate school and an internship, and mapping out the shape professional life would take after leaving home in Sacramento for Florida. There was also that wedding planning thing.
Though they grew up on different sides of the country, their love story unfolded in California. So Sacramento took the top spot on the list when it came time to choosing where to tie the knot. And their favorite restaurant in town, the rustic and vintage Mulvaney’s Building and Loan, just had to be the place.
But their wedding story started somewhere else, ten stories up the Residence Inn in Downtown Sacramento. Take a look…
Before the wedding day, Ashley and Tyson let me know that they had little interest in putting on a traditional wedding. They wanted to throw an unforgettable party, eat great food, and dance with a roomful of the people they cared about most. I’d say they pulled it off. Or even more appropriately, “Mission complete!”. (That one’s for you, Tyson)
Ashley and Tyson, I pray that your new married life builds the foundation for a lifetime of love and adventure together. Keep it up!
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Venue + Catering: Mulvaney’s Building and Loan – Special thanks to coordinator Liza