Their Story Told By Liz
It all started when I needed someone to watch my husky puppy. I got the number from my mom. She got the number from her home improvement contractor who originally built her house, John, Bradley’s dad. I reached out to Bradley about watching Ranger and he agreed. When he showed up to my townhouse, there was an instant connection. I got back from my trip and asked him to grab beers at 11 in the morning. We ended up going to Columbia Ale House and spending 3 hours just talking, and it all took off from there. We “officially” started dating September 14, 2019 and a little over 3 years later and here we are!
Bradley proposed on August 11, 2022, the 3 year anniversary of our first date. We drove out to Bonkey’s in New Freedom, PA for ice cream. Bradley insisted that he wasn’t going to propose that day. After splitting 4 different flavored scoops, we walked along the trail for a bit. We headed home, and when we got there, Bradley asked if I wanted to go look at the super moon since it was the last one of the year. As we started going to the back corner of our lot (house coming soon!) where we had planted a Dogwood tree named Andy, I could see a fire pit set up. From there, I knew something was happening. We walked up to the fire and there was a large blanket, black-eyed susans in a vase, bottle of wine, and two glasses. It was beautiful and that is where he proposed.
I love a good story that starts with a dog. Now, Liz and Brad have built their own home and tied the knot in the most beautiful fall wedding at Pine Ridge Farm! They chose the day 11/11 to honor family who are Veterans. Their engagement was also on an “11”. The colors of the leaves paired with the mens suits, the bridesmaids dresses, and the florals of the bouquets are timeless. There was no shortage of crying during the day (the good kind!). When Brad saw Liz for the first time….. well, you’ll see. They were so focused on each other throughout the day and really soaked it all in. Their bridal party played a huge role in ensuring Liz and Brad’s day was successful as well. They were attentive, but so much fun! The people mover brought the guests up to “The Grove” ceremony site where they exchanged vows as the sun set over the farm. They ended the evening with amazing food, dancing, and a lot of love!
11:11… make a wish
This Wedding Was Made Possible by the Following Vendors:
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Bride and Groom Transportation: @zbestglobal