August 5, 2013

Courtney and Matt

Everybody should go to a wedding where the bride’s grandfather gets up and leads a quartet.  It was so good to see all of the family gather around and sing songs that they have apparently been singing for year.  I could hear a lot of history in the songs, and it just made me wish I was a part of it!  Another way history was brought in was via all of the wedding dresses from the parents and grandparents.  There was a room with about 5 dresses set up, along with a wedding album or portrait from the day.  Also, Courtney made sure she had time to get a few throws in with her dad; something you don’t see at every wedding.

The weather was outstanding, the locations were perfect, and the bride and groom were definitely in love with each other and you could feel it!

So glad to be a part of their day, and I hope that they bottle up the love that was surrounding them throughout the day.

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