Abbey’s grandparents are on the board at Summit Hills Country Club, and as her dad said in his welcome toast, she spent a lot of her childhood there. It made perfect sense for such a special (and stunning!) place to be the backdrop for Abbey and Sam to celebrate their marriage!
These two met on a group outing with friends in high school, went to homecoming together, and the rest is history. Abbey says she knew right away that Sam was The One. Nine years of dating and eighteen months of engagement later (thanks, COVID), Sam and Abbey finally got to make official what so many people had known was coming for so long – their marriage!
Sam, your heart for Abbey is immediately obvious. I love that you spent months learning to ice skate to execute your surprise proposal plan, even if you ended up having to go with Plan C to actually pop the question. Even Father Sterling noticed how you cared for Abbey during your ceremony by helping her with the train of her gown! Abbey, your laughter is absolutely infectious, and your friends who toasted you both bragging on your selfless natures couldn’t have been more accurate. Two people have never been more deserving of a perfect celebration. Thankful to call you both friends!
The bride’s sister recreated one of the engagement photos we took for Abbey and Sam in this gorgeous painting! Seriously LOVE these types of personal, heartfelt wedding gifts. AND, she is CRAZY talented!
Venue – Summit Hills Country Club
Church – St. Barbara’s
Florist – Bertie’s Blooms
Cake – Servatii’s
DJ – Maize Music
Hair/Makeup – David Streine
Transportation – Xtreme Limo Cincy
Videographer – Toast Wedding Films
Wedding Dress – Hyde Park Bridal – L’Amour by Calla Blanche
Bridesmaids Dresses – Fabulous Bridal
Menswear – Men’s Wearhouse
Did you love this Summit Hills Country Club wedding? Check out Emily and Matt’s wedding at Twin Oaks Golf Club!