Holy cannoli you guys! Can we talk about how perfect this couple is and how amazingly wonderful their wedding day was?! When I first met Caroline it was over FaceTime while she and Kyle were living in Florida, and when she told me about how their relationship began, I melted. We all remember the Sadie Hawkins dances in high school. For me at least, they never worked out how I hoped because I was too painfully shy to ever ask a boy out. However, when Caroline asked the new cute boy who had just moved to their school to go to the Sadie Hawkins dance with her nearly seven years ago, little did they know it would end in marriage!
Throughout the years, these two dealt with their share of trials, moving, job changes, schooling and more, but their strong relationship withstood some of life’s most challenging curveballs. When their wedding day finally came, their friends and family anxiously gathered to celebrate this amazing couple. For us, it was a true blessing to capture them say their vows, cut their wedding cake with an axe (inspired by Kyle’s job as a firefighter) and dance in Colorado fields with them as Kyle put on his firefighter gear for a truly amazing sunset photo shoot during the reception. We are so honored we got to be a part of this lovely couple’s beginning to their marriage. Congratulations, Mr. & Mrs. Jones!
Mike and Taylor
Venue :: Shupe Homestead
Flowers :: Dorothy Myers – Red Twig Flowers
DJ :: Rick Franz – Rickochet Entertainment
Bride Hanger :: SoDuff Creations
Cake :: Aime’s Love Bakery
Hair and Makeup :: Brittany Slaughter – Alchemy Creative
Catering :: Nicolos Pizza
The Flavin Family | Day in the Life Session First Day of School Buena Vista Colorado Family Photographer
This morning I had the absolute honor of spending the waking hours with the Flavin family for the first day of school. Day in the life sessions are some of the most intimate, exciting, and truly raw images a family can have. Nothing is planned, no one is “dolled up”, this is just true life documented as it happens, and it’s so incredible. This year, Miss Lux started her first day of Kindergarten, a big day for her and her parents. Cash started third grade and was super transparent about his nerves as they rode to school. Lux, on the other hand, literally had jump in her skip while she ran beside her mama and brother to her first day of school.
We don’t have kids yet, so it was awesome to experience the first day of school first hand with so many parents and new students. Spending time with Erin, a wonderful mama, who wanted this day documented, not necessarily for her, but for her two kids, was so refreshing. Thank you all so much for welcoming me into your home this morning and letting me document all of the excitement and wonderful moments!
One of our favorite parts of our career as wedding photographers are the friendships we make with our couples after their wedding day festivities have settled. When I was thinking about what I wanted to say in this blog about this truly phenomenal couple, I honestly didn’t know where to start. Kristin and David’s story is one of the most heartwarming stories we’ve had the honor of being a part of. They met in preschool and dated in high school. When distance separated them in college, they moved on with their lives (or so they thought) until a fateful day when they reconnected in San Francisco. On top of an incredible love story, these two are easily the most genuine, sincere, and loving couple. From the first time we met them, we knew we had a friendship brewing and are so thrilled to have had the opportunity to spend Kristin and David’s wedding day with them as photographers and friends. We’ll let them tell you the rest of their love story, but just had to squeeze in how much we adore these two and wish them the best marriage! Congratulations you two!
Mike and Taylor
“Will you go to prom with me? A high school romance turned to wedding bells after David first laid eyes on Kristin during passing period at Arapahoe High School. The two high school sweethearts were Warrior basketball players and would cross paths between practice. One evening, David’s basketball practice was over and it was the girls turn to take the court. David rebounded Kristin’s ball and said he needed her number to call her and take her out. She laughed because she thought he would need a pen and paper to jot it down and he said,”For you, I’ll memorize it.” She smiled and said,”Only once I’ll say it”. She gave David her phone number, not knowing if he would remember it or not.
“Sure enough, he did remember her number and after a few dates he decided to ask her to senior prom. Perfect opportunity to be dressed to the nines and meet the parents for the first time. Her parents adored him as much as his own. Her father was a tough pass to cross and David won him over quickly with his athletic and academic achievements and he could see David’s love for her. Before the night was over they knew it was fate.”
“Summer love flew by in a breeze and before they knew it they were headed in opposite directions for college. They decided to go their separate ways and pray there was a chance in their future.”
“Kristin went on to be a registered nurse while David graduated with a chemical engineering degree. Years had passed with out seeing or talking to one another. Kristin was visiting a friend in San Francisco and learned that David had moved there after college for work. She called him and asked if he wanted to meet her and her friend for a drink. David had just had surgery on his knee but couldn’t miss this opportunity to see his long lost love again. With a beer and his crutches he stood to greet her at the bar called Butter. Before the night was over David got a cab for Kristin but making it clear that he must see her again before she leaves for Denver. She agreed and met him for lunch where they shared their stories, hopes and dreams. He shared with her that not a day had gone by that he didn’t think of their adventures and her smile. Kristin went back to Colorado and David continued to show his love for her. They knew this relationship would be difficult unless one of them moved. Kristin applied to a job in San Francisco and before they knew it they were finally in the same city and in love.”
After being in San Francisco for a couple years David decided to plan a romantic vacation for the two of them in San Diego. He reserved a sun set sail cruise for the two of them where he proposed at the bow of the boat. He said,”You are my best friend, my love, and I could not imagine a day in my life with out you. Will you marry me?” “Yes!” They celebrated with a bottle of champagne and took in the beautiful day as it would be one to remember forever and ever.”
• If you could describe your ceremony in three words, what would they be? “Intimate, funny and beautiful; three words we would use to describe our ceremony. Jeff, Davids grandfather, was ordained and he did a fabulous job making the congregation feel a part of our family.”
• What was the most memorable moment of your wedding day? “The wedding was full of extraordinary memories and we both agree that the few moments alone were the most memorable. Besides our first look at the gate of to the mansion before the wedding we will never forget the moment after the ceremony. We took a few photos with our photographers, Taylor (and Mike) and videographers, Adam (and John) while the sun began to set and a few horses came to visit us from the nearby ranch. The sun was setting, we just were pronounced husband and wife and nature came to us like it could sense our happiness.”
• What made you choose the Highlands Ranch Mansion for your wedding day? “When looking for a venue we wanted something beautiful and convenient for guests. The Highlands Ranch Mansion fit this perfectly. It’s a hidden gem with gorgeous views of the mountains in the middle of suburbia. We couldn’t have found a more perfect venue.”
• What advice do you have for couples planning their wedding now? “Our advise to other couples getting married would be don’t sweat the small stuff. It’s not about the details but the marriage between you and your significant other and the friends and family there to celebrate with you. The memories that you will forever treasure are those photos and videos. Finding Adam and Taylor were two of our most valued investments and we would advise you find someone that you not only like their work but could consider a friend.”
Venue :: Highlands Ranch Mansion
Caterer :: Relish
Brides Dress :: Pronovias
Alterations :: Christine Hoyt
Makeup/ Hair :: Salon Joa by Joa and Raya
Hair: Lo Hendricks
Florist: The Flower House by Amy Keating
Videographer :: Aflatis Films by Adam Bradley
Men’s suites: Men’s Wearhouse
Day of planner :: Julie Gambrell
DJ :: Greg Garman
Hotel :: Inverness
There was so much about this wonderful couples wedding day that we just loved. From the moment we met Sarah and Chris over beers last summer and heard their amazing story of how they met we knew we wanted to be apart of their story. These two met when Sarah got a job in Colorado and had to move across the country and find a place to live…ASAP! She met her roommate (Chris) through a mutual coworker and…well, you can probably guess the rest of the story!
When we showed up at Garden of the Gods Club in Colorado Springs, we knew we were in for a treat. It had been storming all day long leading up to our arrival at the ceremony site (we totally wish we could offer rain insurance to our couples in our contract, because we have magical powers when it comes to rain during weddings!) When we found Sarah getting ready in her room, we were immediately greeted with hugs and tears. Now, this gal swears she isn’t emotional, but her and Chris’ wedding day was a different story. I don’t think we’ve ever met another couple who truly wears their hearts on their sleeves. You don’t have to spend more than 2 minutes with Sarah and Chris to know what they’re all about, that they love you, and that they are two of the happiest humans alive!
Their wedding ceremony was filled with dancing, stolen kisses (or attempted stealing before their first kiss), lots of laughter, and lots of tears. Not to mention that backdrop (are you kidding?!) And their reception followed suit with tons of laughter and tears, amazing toasts from family and friends, as well as incredible dance moves. We couldn’t be more honored to have spent this amazing wedding day with such a genuine couple who spent 9 years together before they tied the knot. Thank you two so much for having us be there with you as you said, “We do!”
Mike and Tay
• How did the two of you meet? “I (Sarah) was living in Maine, I got a job in CO and only had 3 weeks to pack up my life and move 2/3 the way across country. I did not have any time to find a place to live. My boss at the time told me he knew some friends in CO that knew someone looking for a roommate. After a little MySpace stalking and a few phone conversations we were roommates.”
• When did you know you wanted to marry each other? “We started to talk about it after being together for 3 years but i would say after we decided to get a dog together we knew.”
• If you could pick one word to describe your ceremony what would it be? “Us.”
• How did Chris propose? “We had had the most wonderful day. We were with my oldest closest friend, Amanda, we had played disk golf, went to our favorite Indian food restaurant and after dinner, we were heading to the movies. Dinner was finished and I had went to the restroom. When I got back Chris asked me how long we had been together, I said 8 years, he pulled a napkin off the table and said “Well it is about time then don’t you think?
• What was the most memorable moment of your wedding day? “When we met at the alter and almost kissed…haha!”
• What is a fun quirk you love about the other? “We are both huge dorks.”
• What advice do you have for couples planning their wedding now? “Make sure you have plenty of time and enjoy every minute!”
Venue and Catering :: Garden of the Gods
Day of Coordination and Flowers :: Prive Events
Hair :: Alaina Nibblet
Makeup :: Kim J Beauty
Officiant :: Rev. Calvin Wulf – A Bridal Blessing
Bride’s Dress :: Little White Dress
Groom’s Tux :: Suit Supply
DJ :: Bert Redel
Band :: 6 Million Dollar Band
Cupcakes :: Nomélie Cupcakes
This weekend was something magical! We had the honor of being a part of Krysta and David’s surprise proposal in Rocky Mountain National Park! These two are just the sweetest couple, and we learned quickly that David was willing to do whatever it took to make this moment perfect for Krysta. When I first chatted with David, he had a few ideas of how he wanted to ask the love of his life to marry him, but all the ideas revolved around their camping trip to RMNP for the weekend. With poor weather earlier in the week, we were all a little nervous for what might happen on Saturday afternoon (thanks for the unnecessary worrying, Colorado!). Nevertheless, the sky was blue, the sun was shining, and David’s heart was racing as they made their way around Sprague Lake to a picnic set up by the lake.
Mike quickly climbed a nearby tree to get this amazing event and when I saw them coming I yelled, “THERE ARE FISH IN THE WATER!”, our code for “THEY’RE COMING!!!!!!!!” We get so excited for this moment in couples lives and are honored to be a part of it. When they arrived, Krysta said, “Let’s just sit on this bench here,” while David struggled to get her to walk to the picnic he had us prepare of the two of them. As they walked she thought someone was doing just that…having a picnic. It was only seconds until she realized that the photos in the frames were of the two of them and that something incredible was about it happen! You can imagine what happened next, so we’ll let you enjoy the photos and let them tell the rest of the story. A huge congratulations to you, David and Krysta! We are so honored to have been there with you when your life changed in just a few seconds. Thank you for letting us capture your story!
Mike and Tay
• How did the two of you meet? “I moved to California in June 2013 to start my first travel nurse assignment. After six months at Stanford Hospital, I loved everything about the hospital and the surrounding area so I decided to stay as a permanent nurse. The timing was perfect; I had enough time to fly home for the Christmas and make it back before my full-time position started at Stanford. I sent a Facebook message to David and asked him for his phone number and we ended up catching up and talking about where our lives had taken us over the last few years. I invited him to a get-together with some of my friends while I was back home and was surprised that he actually showed up! We ended up talking and hanging out the whole time I was back over the holidays.”
“I went back to California thinking it would be hard to start a relationship since he was living in Minneapolis pursuing his MBA in Finance while I was living in in Santa Clara and working at Stanford Hospital. Shockingly enough, we ended up talking almost every day and visited each other a few times over the next year. In March of 2015, David went on a trip to Mexico with his younger sister and we spoke on the phone the night he got back. At one point in the conversation, he asked me where I thought our relationship might be headed because he was starting to think that he was falling in love with me. The rest is history.” -Krysta
• Tell us about the proposal from your eyes! “David and I decided to plan a weekend getaway to go camping in Rocky Mountain National Park. We went to Estes Park the prior weekend to meet David’s aunt and uncle, Pam and Clark. We had such a great day with them; touring the Stanley Hotel, riding the Aerial Tramway to Prospect Mountain, and visiting the Estes Park Brewery. Afterwards, David and I drove to our campsite so David could “make sure everything would fit at the campsite.” We were so excited for our first camping trip together but were a bit nervous that there was quite a bit of rain in the forecast. David got off of work early on Friday and we arrived to our campsite just as the skies were clearing.”
“We woke up Saturday to clear blue skies and beautiful weather. David made me breakfast over the fire before a great 13 mile hike alongside Alpine Lakes and scenic vistas. We had such a great day hiking and laughing together. Once back at our campsite, we changed out of our sweaty hiking gear started to make our way to Sprague Lake to watch the sunset over a glass of wine. The sunset was as perfect as the sunrise earlier in the day with clear blue skies. As we were walking around the lake, we noticed a bride and groom taking their wedding pictures. We congratulated them as we passed and were approaching a clearing where it looked like someone was having a picnic. As we got a bit closer, I sat down on a bench to rest my legs after a long day hiking.”
“David, acting somewhat strange, took my hand and started leading me up a small hill to the picnic area. I was so confused because as we were walking, I saw a photographer moving from behind a rock. I looked at David and said, “Dave, move! There’s a photographer who’s trying to take that bride and groom’s picture!” He just smiled and kept leading me up the hill. We reached the area where the blanket was laid out and I noticed that it wasn’t a picnic at all; it was pictures of us, candles, roses, champagne and champagne flutes that had been engraved with our names, date, and location. David got down on one knee and asked me to marry him as Taylor and Mike, our fantastic husband and wife photography team, captured the best moment of our life!” -Krysta
From the first time we grabbed beers with Kristin and Clay, we knew their love was something special. After being referred to each other through a mutual friend, we were super excited for the opportunity to meet them, hear their story, and hopefully get to be a part of their wedding day and engagement season. To our luck, Kristin and Clay invited us to capture their marriage and their families coming together into one. Needless to say, their ceremony at Gorrono Ranch in Telluride was nothing short of amazing. The emotions flooding the couple, Kristin’s two children, their parents, and close friends and family was overwhelming and by the time we got to the reception, everyone was ready to celebrate this truly wonderful couple coming together for the rest of their lives!
Kristin and Clay, thank you so much for having us be a part of your special day. We are so thrilled for you and your family to begin your journey together!
Mike and Taylor
How did the two of you meet? “We met at the gym at 5:30 am. We both worked out early in the morning and finally worked up the courage to talk to one another after months (maybe more than a year) of seeing and never speaking.”
When did you know you wanted to marry each other? “Clay says he knew he wanted to marry me when he couldn’t imagine his life without me in it. For me…there was an epiphany moment. We were in our kitchen cooking dinner, drinking wine and listening to music. I knew, in that moment, that I wanted to do this with him for the rest of our lives.”
What was the most memorable moment of your wedding day? “Clay’s most memorable moment was seeing me for the first time. Mine was basically the same. Seeing everyone as I walked down the aisle, except I couldn’t take my eyes off Clay.”
If you could pick one word to describe your ceremony what would it be? “Clay’s word for our ceremony is “perfect”. My word, in addition to perfect is “emotional”.
How did Clay propose? “Clay took me to San Sophia Overlook at the top of the gondola in Telluride to propose. Except there was a wedding taking place there. So, he had to quickly improvise and took me to the opposite side of the overlook and got down on vended knee.”
What is a fun quirk you love about the other? “My favorite quirk of Clay’s is how meticulous he is about his clothes, shoes and his home. He is, literally, the neatest man I’ve ever met. And that level of care and concern shows through in how he cares for me, our family and our home together. Clay’s favorite quirk is my borderline obsession with my nails. They have to always be perfect or else they make me crazy. He never notices when they aren’t, but to me they have to be groomed or else I’m not at ease.”
What advice do you have for couples planning their wedding now? “Our advise….love every single minute of it. The stress, the planning, the detail, the vision…because it’s all working toward creating one of the most memorable moments of your life and will all be over in the blink of an eye…and is completely worth it when you get to your special day.”
Shooting family members seriously brings us true joy. Knowing our loved ones trust us with the most special and intimate day of their lives takes our confidence and pride in what we do to an entirely different level. When we found out Caleb had proposed to Brenda, we were absolutely elated! This man has been prayed for and anxiously awaited for to be welcomed into Brenda’s life, and when he finally came, there wasn’t a shadow of a doubt these two were meant to be together. Their genuine joy and excitement of being together is undeniable and quite honestly, they made our job of shooting their engagement photos super easy. We just waited for one of them to crack a joke and BOOM! We had the shot we were waiting for. We are so excited to be a part of this time in your lives, Brenda and Caleb, and we can’t wait for your big day next summer!
Mike and Tay
How did you two meet? “We met the way all fairy tale characters meet before their “happily ever after”! The good ol’ fashion way… Online, on match.com!”
When did you know that you wanted to marry each other? Caleb : “I believe it’s hard to pinpoint an exact moment in time that I realized I wanted to marry my best friend. It is a combination of monumental moments that makes this realization come to focus. It’s the moments that surprised me the most such as the times she showed her patience, determination and the unconditional love she displayed towards me and my life goals.”
Brenda : “It wasn’t really an exact moment for me but I knew on our first date that Caleb was someone special. We say we have “I love you moments” where our love deepened and our relationship grew and I think it was a culmination of those times that showed me that I couldn’t see my life without him.”
How did Caleb propose? Brenda : “I’m a teacher and Caleb proposed at the end of our summer school session! He had my principal in on it for months! My boss asked me to come to his office and we were talking about our summer plans. Then he handed me a note that said “This meeting has nothing to do with why you’re here. Take this flashlight and go to the gym.” When I walked into the dark gym, our song was playing and candles and rose petals scattered the room. There were tables set up with pictures and beautifully written memories that led around a corner to him on one knee! It was absolutely breath taking!”
What is your favorite quirk about the other? Brenda : “His quick sense of humor.” Caleb : ” Her ability to consistently surprise me in the sense of humor she displays.”
What are you most looking forward to about your wedding? Brenda: “That’s easy! Being married to Caleb at the end of it all!”
Caleb : “It’s as simple as finally being married to my best friend and sharing every waking moment together. I am turning a new page in this chapter of my life and I couldn’t be more ready!”
Jessica and Pete are hands down, no questions asked, one of the most humble couples you will ever meet. Their wedding day was a true testimony to their love for each other and the modesty they both carry. When Jessica put her wedding dress on, she immediately burst into tears, exclaiming that she didn’t know she was so beautiful. Throughout the day she’d catch a glance of herself in the mirror and you’d see tears welling in her eyes. Pete was right there with her, completely floored at the friends and family who flew from around the world to celebrate with them in the rain at their Rocky Mountain wedding.
Moments before their ceremony, the clouds broke and unleashed a heavy rain for their ceremony. When everyone was looking at Jessica wondering what to do, she simply giggled under an umbrella with her father and said, “Let’s do it!” We all stood huddled under umbrellas anxiously awaiting this wonderful couple to say their vows and be pronounced “HUSBAND AND WIFE!” While it rained during their reception, everyone, literally danced in the rain, laughed, and partied the night away!
Pete and Jessica, we are so honored that you had us be a part of your special and amazing wedding day! Thank you so much!
Mike and Tay
How did the two of you meet? “We were watching a Mississippi State Football game at a mutual friends house one Sunday in Columbia, SC. Pete lived a block away and I remember him walking over from his house close by wearing a maroon polo (Mississippi States color). Pete says I then hit on him by saying nice shirt….We connected pretty fast after that. it was football season in November and we say we were together by December 12 of that year.”
When did you know you wanted to marry each other? “That’s a real hard question and neither of us could really say an exact time. It wasn’t long. We decided to move to Colorado together a year after we met and made it happen a so I know we both knew before then or we would not have made such a big move together!”
What is a fun quirk you love about the other? “We both absolutely love to sing around the house (while transposing are dogs names into whatever song comes to mind). Our neighbors must think we are nuts.”
What was the most memorable moment of your wedding day? “The RAIN!!! 🙂 I would walk down the aisle in the rain again anyday! The weather was perfect this weekend as I was reflecting on everything this past Saturday I literally had no regrets. If I could do it all again I would request rain!!”
What advice do you have for couples planning their wedding now? ” Do not worry about the things you can’t control (i.e.: the weather, attendance, running out of food and alcohol, etc).”
Venue and Catering :: The Pines at Genesee
Bride’s Dress ::
Hair and Makeup :: Bride’s sister
Cake and Cupcakes ::
From the first time we met Amanda and Pete, we knew they were a special couple. Their bond was undeniable as we all shared coffee at Starbucks one evening and spent nearly two hours chatting and laughing during their storytelling about how they got engaged and their vision for their wedding day. We immediately loved their enthusiasm about their ceremony (the most important part of their big day) and how they were constantly stealing glances from each other. Their wedding day was nothing short of amazing, emotional, and intimate. Surrounded by family and friends at the church Pete and his father built, we were captivated by the love and support these two had from loved ones. When the ceremony was over, we headed up to Hoosier Pass with the entire bridal party packed into a souped up bright blue school bus and made our way to Breckenridge for their wonderful reception at the base of the Rocky Mountains. We feel so blessed and thankful to have been a part of your wedding day, Amanda and Pete! Thank you so much for having us there with you!
Mike and Tay
How did the two of you meet? “We were introduced by mutual friends in a bar at a Catholic Beer Club event.”
How did Pete propose? “He took me on a hike around Rainbow Lake and had stations with pictures and notes set up along the walk. At the end he had a spot by the lake where he laid out candles and lanterns, then he got down on one knee and proposed :)”
When did you know you wanted to marry each other? “Pete said he knew when we went to see the Christmas lights at Chatfield. I knew when he and my dad sat on the couch together for an hour bonding over construction material logs…my dad bonding with boyfriends was unheard of at this point haha!”
If you could pick one word to describe your ceremony what would it be? “Breathtaking.”
What was the most memorable moment of your wedding day? “Our first kiss as Mr. & Mrs.”
What is a fun quirk you love about the other? “Pete can fall asleep anywhere, anytime. When he’s tired, he’s tired! Amanda has the coldest hands in the West…she can’t stay warm to save her life.”
What advice do you have for couples planning their wedding now? “Take a break and go on a date. Don’t forget that your wedding is about your vows, not a perfect reception.”
Ceremony venue ::
Reception venue and catering :: Beaver Run Resort
Flowers :: Fleurs de Jeanne (Groom’s Grandmother)
Brides Dress :: Anna Bé
Hair and makeup :: Johnna, Niki, & Melinda with Retro Room Salon
DJ :: Colorado Wedding Productions
Bus shuttle :: DWS Coach
Cake :: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Dessert Bar :: Nothing Bundt Cakes & Daylight Donuts
Dessert Bar Decor :: Colorado Apple Crates
Invitations and Table Cards :: Beth Fries
High school sweetheart weddings have such an incredible feeling! It’s all the warm and fuzzies. Cody and MacKenzie’s wedding day was nothing short of warm and fuzzies all day. These two met in high school but didn’t date until college. Their relationship has revolved around having wonderful adventures together and when Cody proposed, he did so surrounded by family and friends on a trip to Tennessee. Their love from family and friends was evident on their wedding day and such a heartwarming experience for us to be a part of! We are so thankful we had the honor of being a part of your wedding day you two! Congratulations!
Mike and Tay
How did the two of you meet? “We met our sophomore year in high school. We admired from afar but didn’t start dating until a year into college when we ran into each other again at an old friends house ”
When did you know you wanted to marry each other? “I knew right away that I wanted to marry Cody. It took him a couple of months until I had him convinced.”
How did Cody propose? “My whole family along with Cody all went to Nashville TN for my 21st birthday. Cody brought us to a riverwalk near the city and got down on one knee right there in front of everyone. It was perfect!!”
What is a fun quirk you love about the other? Cody : “She loves to sing.” MacKenzie : “His love and knowledge of cars.”
If you could pick one word to describe your ceremony what would it be? “One word to describe the ceremony would be perfect. It’s so amazing to see every bit and detail come together and just get to enjoy the moment of marrying your best friend.”
What advice do you have for couples planning their wedding now? “My advice would be two things. Number one, pick what you want! Planning a wedding often comes with a whole lot of input from the outsiders. Don’t let any of it affect how you view your day or what you want. It’s YOUR day! Second, I know its a lot easier said than done but enjoy every minute of it. Planning can be stressful and overwhelming but it goes by in the blink of an eye. Especially the wedding day, take every moment of it in and don’t be rushed to fit in the timeline.”
What was the most memorable moment of your wedding day? Cody : “Seeing my beautiful bride walk down the aisle.” MacKenzie : “Finally getting to see my man and getting to kiss him as my husband!”