Adults* Only, please!
We kindly ask that you leave the kids at home so that can allow for maximum relaxation all weekend. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.
*Sparrows Lodge is a 21 & up hotel.
Transportation to Ceremony & Reception
The BUZZ Palm Springs Trolley. Visit new.buzzps.com for more information. There is a stop in front of the Saguaro Hotel, 2 blocks east of Sparrows Lodge.
The Ace Hotel is down the street from Sparrows, so if you are up for it after the reception, come have a drink with us!
Love is a seed; it lies dormant, bashful and incapable, until the perfect conditions ignite a reaction of possibilities and potential, rendering it limitless to the test of time. And so begins the story of Evan and Molly.
We met in a bar.
I know what you're thinking; bartender charms his way into getting a phone number and the rest is history. Not the case. I worked the daytime shift on Wednesdays, hauling around liquor and stocking shelves when I met Molly. That afternoon, my friend and coworker Gia happened to stop by the office to grab her paycheck. She entered the hallway followed by another girl who was wearing a Biggie Smalls shirt, I'll never forget that. I immediately stopped what I was doing to greet them. My attraction to her was instantaneous. I was introduced to Molly, and I mostly remember that moment as the first time I saw her smile. I soon came to find that behind her beautiful smile and dark-framed glasses is an intelligent, confident, an generous soul. Her love for life is contagious. Almost five years have passed since we first met and I couldn't be more thrilled to learn what the future has in store for us.
Her Grandpa Tiny once said to me, "Hold her hand every chance you get," and that's what I look forward to most.
On what I thought was a birthday getaway trip to the Korakia Pensione Hotel in Palm Springs, Evan sweetly asked me to marry him after a delicious meal of lasagna and wine. We found a beautiful spot on the property grounds with Moroccan day beds and pillows where we drank good wine and looked at the stars. As I rolled over full of lasagna, Evan got down on one knee and began saying the most genuine things about us (to this day I do not remember; I blacked out!). I do remember when he finally asked me to marry him I was still in shock that it took him asking me twice before I said Yes! He proposed with my late Great Grandmother's vintage engagement ring which my mom gifted him a few months before. I couldn't have asked for a more amazing night.