Austin Elizabeth Kaytes & Bradford Drew Koeneman

Above: Barbara, Dave and Austin Kaytes, Drew, Lynn and Brad Koeneman

Sunday Funday sure rang true for Austin and Drew when they met at a Sunday brunch party in Washington, D.C. They would go on to share six years of Sundays together before becoming engaged while on a walk along the Hudson River in New York City. They then joined both sets of parents at brunch for a champagne celebration!

Reverend Bob Baggott officiated at the ceremony at Windsor Chapel in Vero Beach, Florida. The couple was then whisked away on a golf cart as guests followed them to the beachside reception, led by a three-piece brass band, at the Windsor Beach Club.

The bride, daughter of David and Barbara Kaytes of Vero Beach, Nantucket and Greenwich, graduated from Greenwich Academy and Georgetown University. Austin works for Executive Search in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The groom, son of Bradford and Lynn Koeneman of St. Louis, Missouri, and Naples, Florida, graduated from Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School, Washington and Lee University and Columbia University. Drew is a private equity executive for Harren Equity Partners in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The newlyweds honeymooned in Greece, Monaco and Italy. They live in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Photographs: Jason Martin

Sealed with a kiss
The wedding party
Brass band members leading guests to the reception
Greenwich Academy classmates: Charlotte Hamilton, Chase Delano, Meredith Fitzpatrick Kalbocker, Austin, Julia Ireland, Maddie Brandenberger
Running through the sparklers

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