Above: Sarah with her bridesmaids
Tucker didn’t make the greatest first impression when he awkwardly ran into Sarah at his publicist’s office. Thankfully, he repaired the damage when Sarah and her boss (the publicist) attended Tucker’s big show. However, thinking she was interested in his bandmate, Tucker was surprised when, at a gig a few weeks later, Sarah made a beeline for him. Although it took some convincing, he finally got the hint and they began dating. When Sarah’s parents visited not long after, the new couple took them to the gallery of neon artist Todd Sanders, who jokingly offered to loan Tucker a sign he had proposed to his wife Sarah with. Four and a half years later, Tucker asked Sanders if his offer was still on the table. They set up the sign in the front entrance of the couple’s home, waiting for Sarah’s return from work. The wedding was held at Tucker’s childhood home in Weston, overlooking Held Pond. Dr. Andrew Ilowitz presided over the ceremony, and a reception followed, during which Tucker surprised Sarah with his song for her; “One True Love.” The bride is the daughter of Sandy and David Jacober of Placitas, New Mexico. She is a publicist at Bread & Butter Public Relations in Austin. The groom, the son of Dolores and Alex Spitzer of Weston, is a singer-songwriter for his band, Sharks In The Deep End. The couple honeymooned in Paris before returning home to Austin, Texas.
Photographs: Bruce Plotkin Photography