Google+ Real Wedding: Danielle + Sam, Part I - Southern Weddings

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Danielle + Sam met while completing their residence at {Duke Hospital}.  Danielle is a orthopedic surgeon and Sam, a radiologist ((what what!!  sorry- editor (Lara C) getting a little excited here… go UNC rads!… my hubs is a radiologist at Duke’s rival UNC)). Without bringing up the whole Grey’s Anatomy similarities, The Wall Street Journal recently reported that 18% of married/committed couples meet through work.  So ladies, if you don’t have a significant other think about looking around the office — or operating room if you are Danielle + Sam.  This wedding took place outside of Houston at a gorgeous plantation home.  They married under a towering oak tree– how romantic! Danielle wore a radiant dress from {Ulla-Maija} and the bridesmaid’s dresses were by {J.Crew}.  The beautiful flowers were designed by {Bergner and Johnson}. Photography by the amazing {Brooke Schwab Photography}.  More to come….

How did the two of you meet? Tell us your story. We met at Duke Hospital–we were both residents.
The weather on our wedding day was: Beautiful–a little cool but gorgeous.
Favorite design element of your big day: The flowers were gorgeous and we had orchids hanging from the huge live oak we were married under.
Tell us about finding your wedding dress: I wore my sister’s wedding dress.
Describe your wedding flowers: Orchids, green cymbidiums and orange mokara.

More to come from this beautiful Texas wedding…

lara Written with love by Lara Casey
1 Comment
  1. avatar kendall! reply

    in all of my wedding blog obsession, this is the first bride i’ve seen wearing glasses and she makes me so happy! i will also be wearing glasses on our wedding day – it is who i am and wouldn’t change that on our day. and when they are that adorable, why would you not?

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