Stephanie and Kevin’s wedding was another one of those “bring your husband to work” weekends. It was so good getting to share all of this which such amazing people.
When I got to Monroe’s Salon, Stephanie was finishing up her makeup and anxiously waiting to get her hair done. It truly started to feel real once her curls were starting to get pinned up and her dream wedding look come to life.
When we got to the church, it was time to get in the gown. Stephanie is a very simplistic woman and she truly showed that with the gown she picked. It was detailed but it didn’t take away from her true beauty. It was everything, and more.
Even though we didn’t do a first look, we did share a blindfolded moment where we got to hold hands, release some nerves, and prepare ourselves for the ceremony.
It was so beautiful. The sanctuary was so lit with marble floors, classic wood pews, and beautiful ceiling cut outs that directed the light towards the alter.
The reception was also beautiful. I had never been to the Barns and the Backwoods and it didn’t disappoint. On the drive there, it was pouring rain the entire time and for the full 30 minutes I was watching the radar in hopes it would miss the venue by an inch… and thanks to the power of prayer, it did.
Watching Stephanie and Kevin take place in their first dance was everything. I couldn’t help but shed a tear when watching them hold each other tight and only focus on themselves. You can tell how much Kevin loves Stephanie by how he holds her.
I am so excited for these two. Since booking day we have become great friends and they are two people I will most certainly cherish for the rest of my life. I can’t wait for double dates and for decorating fun once the forever home is built. So glad this season of life doesn’t have to end with “I do”. Here’s to many more years of memories, laughter, and making Tyler a 4th wheel <3