“A wedding is a party, not a performance. If at the end of the day you are married to the one you love, then everything went perfectly.”
This, my friends, is very true. We can get so caught up in the details. We worry the reception tent won’t look how you imagined it, or that things won’t go as planned… worry that someone will trip in their 5″ heels, or that you’ll fumble when saying your vows. But once you take a step back, you realize that it doesn’t matter if the day is ‘perfect.’ You’re marrying your soul mate. Your best friend. The person that will kiss you goodnight every evening. The guy that will stay in and watch movies with you on Friday night when you just don’t feel like putting on ‘”real clothes.” Everything will go perfectly.
Emily & Rawson were fortunate enough to have their (wedding) cake and eat it too. Their day was perfect. The family farm venue was magical, the ceremony was so sweet, and the party was a blast. Quite literally. At the end of the evening, Emily’s father planned a five minute firework show for the newlyweds and their guests. It was amazing.
Emily & Rawson, we wish you a lifetime of happiness and a million special moments together. Congratulations!
-Katie & Jenica
The Turner Family
The Hutchinson Family
The Hiller Family