September 24, 2022
Page and David were once in eighth grade, sitting on the hill at Sirrine Stadium in Greenville, unaware of what was in store. While the two had mutual friends, David was afraid to speak to Page, so she approached him first, sparking just the beginning of their relationship. They dated on and off for several years until 2018, when David reached out, and they rekindled their relationship. A year into dating again, they relocated to Denver, Colorado.
Two years following, David conspired with Page’s family to propose in her favorite place: Jackson, Wyoming. He planned a hike at Grand Teton National Park with Page’s brother and sister-in-law. David took Page to the edge of Phelps Lake while the others pretended to be preoccupied. A few jittery, heartfelt words later, and David was on one knee.
The bride’s dream came true as she walked down the aisle in cowboy boots at Teton Pines Country Club in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Her brother escorted her down the aisle while she carried a locket with a photo of her late father around her bouquet. To make for an even more meaningful evening, Page’s godfather wrote and officiated the ceremony.
The celebration was inspired by the Jackson Hole location and embodied a Wild West theme. As an art director for an advertising firm, Page designed all the elements for the wedding and reception while Lisa Mack helped with planning. Page’s gown was made by New Zealand designer Rue de Seine and purchased from Lovely Bride in Charleston.
While Page and David still live in Denver, they plan on returning to Greenville once they start raising a family.
Photos by Sarah Averill Photography
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