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Sarah Gore Dishes About Her New Husband and Big Wedding Day

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Sarah Gore couldn’t be happier right now!

Last week, she married her fiancé Patrick Maiani in the small, California beach town of Carpinteria. Gore, the youngest daughter of former Vice President Al Gore, shared exclusive details about her romantic day with PEOPLE. She also revealed why she chose the “offbeat” spot for her wedding venue.

“It was such a happy day,” Gore told the publication. “My husband Patrick and I chose the spot in Carpinteria because there is an enormous Torrey pine tree there, in a beautiful field next to a coffee shop and a bike shop.”

The 35-year-old artist went on to explain the significance of the tree, and how it serves as a symbolic metaphor for their marriage. “We loved the energy of the tree and what it represents for our marriage, with strong roots and shade – and warm drinks just steps away!”

When asked about her loving groom, she had no reservations about doting on the man she loves. Gore dished about her new husband, sharing the heartwarming details about how they met.

“Patrick and I met at a real-estate open house on the street he grew up on, in June of last year. I was getting to know the neighborhood, walked into this little house, and he was there, sitting on the couch.” She also recounted how they eventually fell in love. and eventually fell in love.

“Once we started talking, we didn’t want to stop. We took a walk to get coffee, ended up having dinner and afterwards dancing at the Biltmore [Hotel], where he sat down at the piano and played – he’s an amazing pianist and songwriter.” That particular day was definitely a milestone in their relationship. “We’ve been together ever since,” she said.

Gore and Maiani, an accomplished Montecito, Calif.-based pianist, met back in June of 2013 while attending a real estate open house.

Image via Patrick Maiani, Facebook

Sarah Gore Dishes About Her New Husband and Big Wedding Day
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