About Melanie

Melanie is a stylist who adores bold prints, local farmers markets, and getting down to 90's music.  Her mission is to make women feel confident through their clothes.  This native New Yorker currently resides in the Bay Area with her fantastic husband, adorable, chubby baby and her impossibly cute puppy.  

Tuesday
Jul102012

Wedding Anniversary 

Photo Credit: Barnaby Draper Studios

Two years ago today, I had the best day of my life to date.  I married my favorite person in the world in front of everyone I love.  Since then we have been on quite the adventure.  Actually, the adventure started 7 years ago when I "showed up in his living room" and things have never been the same.  Planning a wedding made us stronger as a couple, reciting our vows made us even more devoted then we already were, and partying with our friends and family in celebration is something I will always remember with great fondness.  Everything came together that day in such a magical way that is truly hard to describe.  I am so grateful to everyone who was there to witness our love and commitment two years ago.  You helped to make an unforgettable day one for the history books!  

Happy Anniversary my love, you truly are something special.  Not only are you incredibly supportive, caring and loving but you are devishly handsome and know how to grill a mean burger. What else could a woman ask for?  I can't wait to continue our lives together.  This party has just begun!

 

Here is our epic wedding video from Barnaby Draper Studios.  Makes me cry EVERY TIME!  Enjoy! 

Kluger Wedding from Barnaby Draper Studios on Vimeo.

 

 

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Reader Comments (2)

That made my day. So beautiful and so fun...

I love you both! Happy anniversary. Best wedding I've ever been to.

July 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJen
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