So we did it. We tied the knot and what a glorious day it was! Overflowing with friends, family and love. Before we break down the entire wedding, I wanted to give you a sneak peek. Below you’ll find a short list of some of my favorite details from the big day.
With so much commotion, noticing little things can be tough. Knowing this, Paul and I made a conscious effort to stop, stand still and pick up on the tiny details that made the day so memorable. Here are some of my favorites:
Kate Spade crystal toasting flutes with the words ‘Mr.’ and ‘Mrs.’ engraved onto them.
(A wonderful gift from Paul’s mom).
My grandfather, at nearly 94 years old, was our guest of honor.
Making our tee time, of course.
The way the sunlight poured into the church.
The flower girl, smart enough to nap before she danced the night away.
The weather. No humidity, light breeze, 75 degrees. Perfection.
The groom. I mean, c’mon! Just look at him.
The best man’s bow tie. It was as charming as he was.
Matching monogrammed robes for getting ready.
Wrapped around my bouquet was the handkerchief my Grandfather sent my Grandmother while he was away at war. It reads, ‘To my dear wife.’ It’s the ultimate love letter if you ask me. I wanted it as my ‘something old’ on the day I, too, became a wife.
Having a giant bouquet of flowers delivered to my mom on the morning of the wedding, in the midst of all the commotion, was special. It was important for me to recognize how much she had done and given to make the day so spectacular.
(All photographs by Zac Wolf Photography)