Coming Home to You :: Meredith+Brandon 2

Coming Home to You :: Meredith+Brandon 2

 

Photos by Erin Lee, The Collection

Brandon Darroch did indeed come home to Meredith after his tour in Afghanistan and fulfilled another promise – for Meredith to have her dream wedding including a Cedarwood Outdoor Cathedral ceremony. Meredith paired soft romantic shades with the royal blues of an officer’s uniform; vintage chic with a touch of glitz; country charm (how we love a bride and maids in cowboy boots!) with military pageantry, and the historic old south with an international salute to their new home, Italy! We love how Meredith and Brandon named tables after Italian cities (they currently reside in Vicenza) and infused their celebration with photos and sentiments that sustained them across the globe.

Meredith and Brandon’s wedding style in Coming Home to You, Part 1   is full of emotion, breathtaking beauty and delightful details captured by Erin Lee of The Collection. Enjoy Part 2 of Coming Home to You.

Our best wishes to you Brandon and Meredith, and your remarkable families. Thanks to Erin Lee, of The Collection, for sharing your work with us. We are impressed!

Be sure to CLICK HERE if you missed Part one of this exciting celebration!

Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team

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