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13 years ago, a Midwestern Guy and a California Girl met working in a bar and, like most great love stories, they proceeded to ignore each other for months. One day, after realizing they were actually head over heels for each another, they decided to finally admit how they felt, but there was just one problem - Guy was set to move to San Francisco a few weeks later. The night before he left, Guy pulled a table behind a restaurant in the middle of an alley and told her he would stay for her. Girl told him he had to follow his dreams, but that she had a feeling they would find themselves together one day. 

Guy and Girl spent months long distance on the phone, eventually caving in to what they knew needed to be. They spent their first real date moving Guy from SF to Girl in Chicago so they could be together. They fell in love while road tripping through California, in Vegas, through Zion National Park, and onward to the Windy City. They adopted a few really high maintenance pets, and experienced 5 amazing years in the Pacific Northwest. They moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan, settling down in a 1920's bungalow where they married in the backyard with a family style supper, croquet and limoncello. They expected to stay 6 months and they stayed 8 years, planning events and traveling the world (what a wonderful time they had). Much like how they started dating, they joined together in business when they knew they had no longer had a choice - they wanted to be together all the time, and they share a passion (read: obsession) for celebrating life and love. That was almost 200 weddings ago.

We are Bryan and Alison, we love what we do and we're grateful to be doing it. When we aren't working (this is rare), we almost always hop a plane. We've been to 15 countries in the past couple years; our favorite destinations being Copenhagen, Guatemala and Rome. Bryan likes the Detroit Red Wings and New York Style pizza. Alison does a lot of yoga, has a giant map of the world on her wall with destinations outlined by shoulder season, and enjoys forming opinions about wine. We are thrilled to be back on the central coast, next door to the town where Alison spent the majority of her childhood, and can't wait to do more events both here in California and around the world. 

That's our story! Now let's tell yours.