"Marriage is like a bicycle.  It takes two wheels to work together in unison to be fully functional.  The bicycle can't move forward with just one wheel, so you have to be there for each other to make it work."

10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3... 2... 1... You may kiss your bride at midnight!

New year, new beginning, new last name.  That's exactly how Erika began her 2017, with Ryan and all of their favorite people dancing alongside her.  Trust us when we say that there is nothing more magical than New Year's Eve wedding in downtown Knoxville.  Their I do's were proclaimed inside the stunning Holy Ghost Catholic Church before a trolley carried the party over to the Knoxville Museum of Art for the NYE festivities.  Complete with the deliciously appropriate holiday cuisine, an open bar and the phenomenal local band, The Coveralls, this was one for the books!  This was definitely a night that we didn't want to see come to an end, but the perk here is that the end of the night was actually a really great beginning.  Erika and Ryan, we hope that every new year begins and ends with laughs, friends and love, just like this one.  Cheers!


Cover Photo provided by Waldorf Photographic Art, Lindsay

 Cinematography - Cody Allen Productions  www.codyallenpro.com
Photography - Waldorf Photographic Art, Lindsay www.waldorfphotographicart.com
Ceremony Venue - Holy Ghost Catholic Church www.holyghostknoxville.org 
Reception Venue - Knoxville Museum of Art www.knoxart.org 
Florist - Echelon Florist and Gifts www.echelonflorist.com 
Reception Entertainment - The Coveralls www.thecoverallsrock.com 
Makeup & Hair - Southern Belle Beauty www.sb-bridal.com 
Dress - Bridal's by Lori, Tara Keely www.bridalsbylori.com 
Groom's Tux - Prestige Tuxedo, Perry Ellis www.prestigetuxedo.com 
Cake - Bee's Knees Desserts www.beeskneesdesserts.com
Bartenders- Clancy's Tavern www.clancystavernknoxville.com 

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