Arrowhead Golf Club Summer Wedding in Wheaton | Sarah & Ryan



When Sarah first reached out saying her she wanted to feel like a Disney Princess at her wedding I knew it was meant to be. Every little detail was thought out and planned to create her dream wedding, complete with fireworks thanks to Ryan.


Like any wedding day, there was a small hiccup or two...but just as life will throw hurdles their way, the couple worked together to figure it out.


Their love story told by Sarah, "We met on Bumble. We talked through messages on the app for a few days and then had our first date at Olive Garden. Our first date was March 7, 2020, so only a week before the world shut down. Ryan was just getting over a cold so he barely had a voice, but we ended up talking for over 2 hours. We went out for breakfast the next day and then everything shut down. During quarantine we were able to spend a lot of time talking, cooking, watching movies and getting to know each other without having the pressures of “going out” for dates. It was much more relaxed and allowed us to be our real selves! I wouldn’t change it for anything."


Ryan's goofy personality is the smile on Sarah's face. And, if Sarah wasn't crying at her wedding she was crying happy tears. It was written all over her face no matter what. Pure bliss.


Ryan and Sarah, thank you for allowing me to be a part of such a magical day!!! Congrats to you both and wishing you many years of love and laughter ahead. Cheers!




Vendor Team

Ceremony | Baker Memorial UMC

Reception | Arrowhead Golf Club

Florals | Carousel Flowers by Shamrock Gardens

DJ | An Enchanted Evening

Video | Vivid Visual

Cake | DeEtta's Bakery

Makeup | Liz Oliverio

Hair | Sandi Fisher

Dress | The Crystal Bride

Designer | Essence of Australia

Bridesmaids Dresses | The Crystal Bride Jasmine

Menswear | Men's Warehouse

Stationary | Truly Engaging by Magnet Street

Fireworks | Johnny Rockets Fireworks


Photo Team

Primary Photographer | Joy Bijedic

Second Photographer | Aubrey Boonstra

Photo Assistant | Haris Bijedic

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