This Wedding. So many beautiful things fell perfectly into place on this sweet day. First of all, the couple. I didn’t get a chance to meet Ryan up until the week of their wedding, but you can tell upon first impression what a genuine, thoughtful, considerate person he is. And the way he looks at Lea. It gave me chills. She is the most down to earth, loving, girl and So. Much. Fun. to be around. Not exaggerating one bit. The most boring of tasks, she’ll have you rolling in laughter. I’ve never met someone quite like her and I don’t think I ever will again. She is truly an irreplaceable friend and to hear all of her bridesmaids talking, and crying, over the kind heart of this beautiful girl was a testament of the kind of person she is. I really can’t say enough good things about her. I was over the moon to be a part of her wedding.
Oh and speaking of that whole down to earth thing, there were MAJOR storms supposedly coming through starting, oh about the time her wedding started. Perfect, right?! Despite planning a beautiful beach wedding for months, she was now having to consider having everything, pictures, ceremony, and reception, all relocated indoors. Total opposite of the original plans. And it didn’t shake this girl. I overheard her saying that she’s not letting it ruin her day and she carried on just as happy as can be, not once getting upset. Turns out we didn’t get a single drop of rain the entire day! The radar showed a huge storm, just hovering in an area right south of where we were all day long. It never moved. I have been singing Mother Nature’s praises since then because if there were ever a time for her to pull through, this was it!
Wedding Coordinator: Jennifer Fisher, It’s A Shore Thing
Florist: Bella Flora
Brand of Dress: Watters, Bridal Boutique of Lewisville, TX