After growing up and going to college in Illinois, Sarah eventually made her way out to Colorado, where she took a position as a food and beverage manager at Devil’s Thumb Ranch. While gradually meeting and making new friends with co-workers, she eventually met Andrew, a chef who originally hailed from California. When I asked her how the beginning of their relationship actually started, she laughed as she explained how it took some prodding from a fellow co-worker to get Andrew to realize that Sarah might possibly be interested in him.
It’s funny to imagine Sarah and Andrew like this – in the beginning stages of a relationship, unfamiliar with one another’s quirks and intricacies that one only gets to know once two people spend more time with one another. I say this because when you now meet Sarah and Andrew, you simply can’t imagine them apart. Their jokes bounce off of each other seamlessly, and they give each other knowing looks, and each one of their loved ones who spoke during their reception made a reference to these two being one another’s best friend. Since they both live away from home, their families and friends both got to know them as a couple from a distance – and even through these brief visits back together and the FaceTime calls, they could already see how the presence of this new person made their child a better version of himself/herself.
Sarah and Andrew’s wedding day was fun, laid back, and full of love for the people they surround themselves with in life – which was perfectly fitting for a couple who fully embodies all of those same characteristics, and who exude it with each laugh, and every single knowing glance.