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Roslyn Piggee met Brett Edmondson while she lived in Houston. Brett was working on building a new hospital in Houston, and the two crossed paths on a few instances, but they ultimately connected online. While dating, the couple vacationed to Chicago together. The two bonded and discovered that they make a great team navigating and exploring the new city. Roslyn and Brett found that their trips always helped the two feel more connected and gave them a new appreciation of their relationship.
Giving the length of their relationship, Brett and Roslyn discussed marriage frequently. On New Year’s Eve last year, Brett proposed at the couple’s favorite neighborhood restaurant. Lucy’s was the perfect location for the treat and Brett liked the idea of proposing in a place where he knew they would return many times in the future.
The newly engaged couple had a short five-month engagement, which meant it was crunch time for the planning process. With a movie themed wedding, the subdued glamor of the theater was the central design aspect of the day. Gold was the primary color selected for the big day with accents of champagne, ivory, and shades of purple such as amethyst and lavender.
The two invited 125 guests to bear witness to their marriage at Ma Maison. The Green Cathedral was the location of the ceremony with the reception following in The Grand Hall. With movie trivia on each table, the movie motif followed throughout the wedding reception. The newly married Mr. and Mrs. Brett Edmondson hoped that guests enjoyed the authenticity of the celebration and that the elements fit the style of their wedding day.
Once the wedding wrapped up, the couple returned to their hotel preparing for their honeymoon in Spain. This trip would be the first to Spain for the both of them. The following day the new Mr. and Mrs. left to tour Barcelona, hoping to venture off on a day trip to explore nearby cities.