Bill and Savannah met their freshman year of college at Grand Canyon University while attending an Antelope soccer game. The two started spending a lot of time together around campus and quickly fell for one another. Bill told Savannah that he loved her one night while walking her back to her dorm after watching Savannah’s favorite movie, The Proposal. Fast forward a few years and this post-grad couple decided to continue living their lives together and tie the knot!
Bill and Savannah found several ways to incorporate their spunky and joyous personalities into their wedding. The couples favorite date is anything that is intentional and involves spending time together (long walks, car rides, and looking at the stars). Bill and Savannah wanted to incorporate intentionality and simplicity into their wedding and make their guests feel as though they were truly a part of their big day! Bill and Savannah’s special day took place on Friday March 8th, at the Eagle’s Nest Golf Course.
Bill and Savannah were surrounded by friends and family that showered them in love and joy throughout the day. The bridesmaids were stunning in their gowns from Azazie and the groomsmen looked clean-cut and handsome in their suites from Men’s Wearhouse. Savannah was absolutely stunning in her floor length gown from Avancy Bridal. Her hair was beautifully done by Koral Lorenson, owner of Braids and Bobby Pins. The look was complete with Savannah’s stunning ring from Osborne Jewelers and an elegant bouquet designed by florist Allison Rodriguez, owner of Array Design. Bill was rather smitten by his beautiful bride during the couple’s first look.
The couple’s touching ceremony was held outside on a sunny Spring day. The ceremony was officiated by Bill’s college roommate and friend, Luke Corsaut. Savannah’s father, Parker Boothe, led the couple in communion. The day was captured by photographer SheaLyn Anderson and Videographer Stephen Adrian.
Following the ceremony, Bill and Savannah’s special day continued inside for the reception.. The celebration was filled with sweet treats from Sugar N Spice, a cake made by family friend Darlene Drogaris, and lively music by DJ Jeff Marcus from Rock Around the Clock.
The bride and groom, along with their guests, danced well into the night. Guests were given Stampede Energy Drinks, produced by GCBC (Grand Canyon Beverage Company). The drinks are a hot commodity on the Grand Canyon University campus and Bill and Savannah wanted to remind their guests “where it all began”. The couple’s day was complete with a bubble send off, as Bill and Savannah rode away in their getaway car, riding into the new and exciting season of marriage.
This wedding was a particularly special one for all of us at Riding Tandem. Bill was one of our very own Riding Tandem Interns his senior year of college. We loved being a part of his big day.
Congratulations Bill and Savannah, here’s to Mr. and Mrs. Babyar!