St. Louis Wedding Photographer - Our Lady of Providence Wedding Photos by Oldani Photography
Our Lady of Providence / Lafayette Park / Windows on Washington
Rose and Patrick said their I Do's at Our Lady of Providence in St. Louis, MO. The church is beautiful and full of light. With the rain and storms around, we needed every bit of it we could find!
There is so much to love about these families but their amazing joy throughout the day was the greatest. The celebration carried through the day as we headed to Lafayette Park for photos and Rigazzi's for many cheers.
The evening ended up at Windows on Washington.
Describe you as a couple in about 15 words or phrases: fun, easy going, sports & music-loving, family oriented
What is your story?: We were set up to go to a dance together our senior year of high school. Ironically, we didn't have much interaction at the dance, but we became friends and started dating pretty soon after. Pat went to Lindenwood and Rose went Mizzou, so we spent 6 years of our relationship semi-long distance. In 2013, Rose moved back home, and we were thrilled to finally be able to spend more than 2 days together at a time. After 7 years of dating, Pat proposed on July 5, 2014. He very successfully pulled off a surprise proposal despite many conversations about getting engaged!
Rose, What do you love most about your groom?: I love Pat's positive disposition and ability to see good in any situation.
Pat, What do you love most about your bride?: I love how Rose is a very passionate and caring person.
Describe your perfect Saturday together: Our perfect Saturday at home would begin by lounging around, then going out to lunch. After lunch, we would do a little shopping, then head to a Blues game. Our dream Saturday would be to wake up in a beach front hotel and spend the day relaxing on the beach.
Bride fun fact: Rose's family owns Rigazzi's Restaurant on The Hill.
Groom fun fact: Pat worked in the visiting clubhouse at Busch Stadium for 7 years. He was on the field as the Tiger's batboy when the Cardinal's won the World Series in 2006.