Brooke Elizabeth Nordholm & Randall John Weisenburger II

Before popping the big question, Randall started small: “Will you go to the Junior Prom with me?” And so the high school romance began. The couple attended Elon University together and then set out to travel the world. They’re a true dream team. After nine years, Randall asked Brooke to be his bride on a warm summer evening aboard a boat with Lady Liberty nearby.

The uncle of the groom, Robert Pfleghardt, officiated at the ceremony at the Belle Haven Club, where the reception followed. The newlyweds wanted the wedding to reflect their individuality, so in addition to writing their own vows, they scripted the entire ceremony.

The bride, daughter of Erik and Tara Nordholm of Charleston, graduated from Greenwich High School and Elon University. Brooke works for Match Marketing in Norwalk.

The groom, son of Randy and Catherine Weisenburger of Greenwich, graduated from Greenwich High School, Elon College and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Randall works for Pitney Bowes in Stamford.

The newlyweds honeymooned in Riviera Maya, Mexico. They hang their sombreros in Stamford.

Photographs: Lauren Larsen

Randy, Cathy and Randall Weisenburger, Brooke, Erik and Tara Nordholm
Elon University alumni
The newlyweds owning the dance floor
White blooms covered the reception
A monogrammed ice sculpture with a side of shrimp
(back) Doug Brown, John and Dale Pinto; (front) Elizabeth Brown, Donna de Varona, Michael McKeever
Patrick Brown, Peter Fox, Randall Weisenburger II, Michael Small, Austin Rutherford
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