Meet Our Boulevard Bride: Kaitlyn

It’s #WeddingWednesday here at Boulevard Bride, and to celebrate we are sharing a wonderful couple’s story with you!

Meet Kaitlyn and Joseph. This cute couple got married two years ago on July 23, 2016. They had a beautiful park wedding in Washington, Missouri, and hosted their reception at the Best Western Reception Hall. Scroll down to learn a little more about them and see their special day.

What was the theme for your wedding?

“Our theme was rustic!”

Who was your photographer?

“Endless Magic by Jessica Politte”

Who did your hair and makeup?

“My girls and I got our hair and makeup done at Ulta”

How did you two meet?

“We actually met at TargetĀ where we worked. But what’s crazy is we went to school together when we were in middle school and even rode the same bus! Who would have known I would marry this man!

When did you know he was “the one”?

“I don’t really think there was an exact moment I knew. Just everyday growing closer and enjoying being with each other every second and many other things just made me fall in love with this man.”

Tell us about the proposal!

“We were on vacation in Tennessee and he proposed at dinner in front of my whole family and the whole restaurant! It was amazing!”

What was your first dance song? Why?

“Ed Sheeran ‘Thinking Out Loud’ because we love that it talks about growing old and we would love nothing more than to grow old together!”

What is your favorite memory from your wedding day?

“My favorite memory would be walking down the aisle. Just the butterflies I had and the feeling I felt was the scariest most happy moment of my life and that day!”

What is the best part about being married?

“The best part is waking up every morning knowing you have someone by your side that supports you to the fullest and loves you unconditionally.”

What advice do you have for engaged or newly married couples?

“Make sure you keep communication in your relationship! Talk to each other and tell each other the way you feel. Nothing can change or get fixed by trying to guess what you’re feeling. Be honest and communicate.”