I knew Emily & Nate's wedding was going to be incredible from the moment I had my consult call with her. She shared their engagement story that included him incorporating a marked page from her favorite book; Pride & Prejudice and so many romantic touches filtered into their wedding plans. On their big day, the rain clouds rolled in and instead of ruining their day, these two focused on each other and had a ceremony that not only included a beautiful string duo, but also the gentle sound of rain on a tin roof as they said I do. Her uncle married them and the commitment they made before their friends and family was all the sweeter because of it. At rehearsal, I typically joke that as parents partake in meaningful parts of the ceremony (ie a parent prayer time) that at the end they can 'hug...kiss...high five' the couple/each other as they feel lead'. It's literally something I've repeated at every rehearsal I've ever done. And sure enough, these two dads made it a reality! It was the best moment (can you find the photo??). This family was so sweet and joyful the whole day and the couple just fully enjoyed greeting each one of their guests. Being with their closest friends and family was one of their top priories and the amazing vendor team made sure to allow them time to accomplish this. Speaking of their vendor team, Emily put so much care into creating a remarkable team that made their day run seamlessly. As a side note, a lot of couples contract me for wedding day management after they've selected their vendor team. Sometimes this works out great, other times I wish so badly that I could have lead them through some of those choices. Even with my management packages, I still provide vendor recommendations and guidance! But I digress, I'm just so happy for these two and wish them many more sweet and happy moments.
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