When Mulberry Lane Studio shared these *gorgeous* bridal portraits, and told us that bride Lindsay met her beau Brad in a “whirlwind romance,” we just had to hear the details! Lindsey and Brad met in November of 2010, and after eight months of travel and adventure, the couple knew they were meant to be together forever. Brad popped the question at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, where Linsdey later returned with her photographer for a pre-wedding photo shoot! Here’s what Lindsey had to say about their romance:
“Brad and I have definitely had a ‘sweep you off your feet’ type of romance! We met through friends in November of 2010 with our first date in January 2011. Our first date quickly turned into our second, and we have been inseparable ever since! On our second date, I was Brad’s date to an Indian wedding in NYC, which is where we quickly knew we wanted to be together forever. It was a weekend I will never forget!”
“Brad lived in Houston and I lived in Dallas at the time (it’s too funny that now Brad always says he “imported me” from Dallas. Ha!) Many of our first weekends together were all over the map. We went to Corpus Christi for a Valentine’s Day wine tasting, San Francisco and Napa Valley for a fun getaway weekend with friends. We had Rodeo’s in Houston, and of course spent time in Dallas! Our excitement quickly turned into love, and we knew that we wanted to be together forever. We quickly realized that our core values were the same: family, faith, and passion. At the end of the day, what brought us together and continues to bring us closer together are these three things.”
Brad and Lindsey planned a destination wedding in Peninsula Papagayo, in Costa Rica. They hoped to capture the adventure of their romance with an exciting affair– golf, spa days, fishing, and even zip lining on their honeymoon! Most importantly, it would be a chance to celebrate their deep friendship and love– ” I can’t wait to marry Brad. He’s my best friend and genuinely the most amazing man I know.”
Thanks to Mulberry Lane Studio for sharing this submission, and to Lindsey for sharing her story with us!