There was so much to love about this wedding--from the rustic, New England horse farm that it took place at to the vintage details that dressed it up. But what I loved most was the couple, Emily and Josiah. Emily was the most patient and sweet-tempered bride, weathering extreme humidity, a tight schedule, and dead-stopped traffic on our way to the ceremony. All her stress dissipated when she saw Josiah, who had been patiently waiting and setting up at the venue. And Josiah's attention to detail and care for his wedding and guests was a rare and beautiful thing to witness--over a course of months he had built a wooden post system to make sure the rural venue could be lit with twinkle lights, as well as the arch that he and Emily were married under.
Oh, and did I mention the pretty pastel palette of dresses the bridesmaids wore with cowboy boots?
The skies held the rain for this couple all throughout the day, but finally let loose toward the end of the ceremony. Without much ado, this couple adapted their sparkler send-off into an "umbrella send-off". (Who buys 70 umbrellas for their guests anyway?)
Congratulations, Josiah and Emily! Thanks again for letting me be a part of your big day!