Our furthest "destination" wedding yet, and it proved to be a wonderful journey.
While the wedding itself took place in the Nashville, Tennessee area, we met Rachel back in Ames, Iowa during our college days. While that was some time ago, we love getting to see old friends and making new ones along the way. Judah is a new acquaintance, but one that brightens any room he walks into.
It may have been a smidge hotter than we are used to in Iowa, but this wedding could hardly have been been more beautiful.
Not only were the venues and nature and daylight top notch, but this event was a family celebration of the highest order. And by family, I don't mean an intimate gathering of those closest in biology. By family, I mean every guest in attendance was there with a deep relationship with the couple, and an overwhelming sense of joy at their union.
One example of this togetherness would have to be the dance, which started with most of the guests jumping into the mix, and ended nearly 90 minutes later. I am baffled as to how the floor survived the non-stop movement!
You'd be hard-pressed to find two people more in love and with more people in support. We had an absolute blast witnessing and capturing the occasion, and are thankful for the opportunity!