Adding something extra to your wedding to remember loved ones that have passed is a nice touch when it comes to such a momentous day. The groom in today’s wedding gave a beautiful locket to his bride-to-be with a photo of her parents, who had passed when she was 19 years old. Whether it is your grandparents, parents, or a sibling, there are different things you can do to honor them. This has inspired me to write a post for later in the week on how to remembering loved ones on your wedding day. Stayed tuned!
“I’ve been waiting for this wedding to happen for a while. This couple is amazing and working with them has been a dream from beginning to end. They booked me way back in May 2013, and this wedding has been a long time coming.
“The day was absolutely perfect. The weather was amazing to start with and Casey was the calmest, happiest bride. I had a great time shooting details at their vacation house they rented for the weekend, and then I drove over to Khimaira Farm where I was overloaded with details. This is one of the venues that pays close attention to detail and I loved it! So many unique, rustic touches!
“For Casey’s wedding gift, Stebbin’s gave her a locket with photos of her parents who unfortunately passed away when Casey was 19. Such a beautiful moment and this locket just added to the many details commemorating their spirit at the wedding. Casey was wearing her mother’s dex boots, and her mother’s favorite flower is the Gerber daisy and they were all over the house. I loved being able to incorporate them into my detail shots.
“Stebbins handmade the reclaimed wooden sign for guests to sign and the reclaimed wood theme carried on throughout the reception details with little mason jars everywhere.
“The First Look was so sweet and Stebbins was overjoyed to finally see his bride after 7 years of waiting for this day. I loved how casual and comfortable the bridal party was, and the bridesmaids were wearing cowgirl boots.
“After a beautiful ceremony, and dinner, we snuck out for some sunset portraits. A sweet reception followed with Casey and Stebbin’s singing ‘How Sweet it is.‘ Amazing couple, amazing wedding, one of my favorites to date.”
Vendors in this Wedding
Photographer: Simone Fox Photography Band: Drymill Road
Floral Designer: Karen Criswell
Reception Venue: Khimaira Farm Invitation Designer: Semper Fi Printing & Promotions
Dress Designer: The Barn
Caterer: Triple Crown BBQ