Admittedly I have my contrarian moments, skeptical of things deemed good by the masses. I trust the wisdom of a few who have weathered storms, among them Maya Angelou and Jane Austen. In many ways, they are polar opposites, yet the same in their ability to nail the truth. One of these penned “perhaps it is our imperfections that make us so perfect for one another.” Take a stab at guessing from whose trusty gun it came.
Segue to Tiffany and Chuck and their late summer Union Mills Homestead Wedding. I love Tiffany and Chuck, for they let one another be exactly and fully themselves. And surrounded by two incredible families’ love and support have embarked on a journey of discovery that is beautiful. The weather could not have been more perfect . . . billowy white clouds and sunshine by day, cool, crisp autumn air by night. Weather aside, it was obvious that this young couple understood the depth of their vows and reveled in the celebration of their union. And the father daughter dance? Well, I have no words to describe that one. It’s a girl who’s been well loved by her father that rests comfortably in her power. The best gift a Dad can give his daughter.
Tiff’s sister, Ashley, was undoubtedly the most wonderful, attentive matron of honor ever. Floral design perfectly fit the day, complements of The Flower Box.
A special thank you to Tim and Brenda who shot this one with me . . . I have such an amazing team and am so grateful.
It was Jane.