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Dallis & Chris

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I can still recall my first memory with this bride.  It was June of 1997, and we were both sitting downstairs at Grant High School awaiting our turn to go on stage to dance with our Dads.  Nearly 20 years later, Dallis’ dad Pat walked her down the aisle to marry the man of her dreams.  Dallis & Chris’ love story is sweet.  It started in middle school, meeting through mutual friends.  They parted ways for awhile, and then reconnected a few years back.  Chris proposed to Dallis by writing on the ceiling with glow in the dark paint.  As she settled down to watch a movie for the evening, Chris got down on one knee, popped the question, and that took us to where we’re at today!  These two tied the knot on none other than the Fourth of July!  The Sequoia Mansion in Placerville was a perfect little venue for the occasion, creating a cozy atmosphere for them and their closest friends and family.  I cannot go any further without commenting on her shoes.  Her love for the Wizard of Oz was pulled in to their big day with these gorgeous ruby red slippers, that were 100% bejeweled herself!  I was SO amazed by how gorgeous they turned out, and commend her for the time and details put in to making her wedding day perfect. It was such a wonderful time having this second “ballerina bride” of mine for the year and celebrate their new life together.  Congratulations again, Dallis & Chris!  This will absolutely be a Fourth of July to remember!

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  • August 15, 2015 - 4:00 am

    Pat Applewhite - Awesome pics, Emily. Thank you so much for being a part of this wonderful day.ReplyCancel

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