Getting to know Kyle and Victoria has been awesome. Since the first time we met at a little sandwich shop in Cartersville, we knew we liked them. For me, it was the fact that Victoria is a fellow onion-hater. For my wife, I believe it had something to do with Kyle taking her suggestion about ordering a chicken salad sandwich. Food is probably too important to us.
The more we got to know them, the more we liked them. As individuals, Kyle and Victoria are remarkable; confident, intelligent, and effortlessly good looking. Together, they are a force of nature. Victoria is in school to become a doctor, and Kyle is an engineer, so they weren’t intimidating at all. Besides, my wife and I are relatively accomplished at keeping a small child alive, so we had to tone it down a little.
In all seriousness, Victoria and Kyle are super down to earth and playful, as we learned during their wedding day. I have a pretty lengthy blooper reel of Victoria’s spontaneous dance moves and elaborate hand gestures. At one point, during sunset, she pulled a grape off the vine, threw it towards me and landed a direct hit on my camera lens, which was the most impressive thing I had seen in a while.
It became clear to us that Kyle and Victoria are the whole package, and their wedding was southern elegance at its finest. Nestled in the mountains of North Georgia, complete with a creek, a waterfall, and impeccable landscaping (that may or may not have compelled me to pull out a rake when I got home), it was nothing short of beautiful.
Congratulations to Kyle and Victoria! We wish you many many years of happiness!