YellowBird Wedding

because simple is beautiful

What a couple and what a day! May 19th was a truly beautiful day. It had rained a little in the morning, but by later in the afternoon, everything just looked glistening and healthy and perfect. Especially at Knox Farm State Park where everything is beautiful anyway. And it made perfect sense since two beautiful humans were getting married that day. I immediately felt a connection with Rachael and Todd when I first met them. They were just so well matched and funny and sweet that I was very much looking forward to this day. I arrived at Knox Farm to the stunning manor house and found Todd with his nerves turned up to 9. He was asking me some of the most adorable questions as his nerves took over such as, how will I know when to kiss her??? Don’t worry Todd, you’ll just know! Rachael was upstairs getting ready and she looked calm, cool, and stunning. I told her that Todd was nervous and she seemed to love that. As we all gathered in the lovely little room where the ceremony would take place (albeit quite hot), the large wedding party joined Todd as we all waited for Rachael to make her entrance. There was an audible intake of breath and when she reached her groom, we were able to start the ceremony. They looked so happy looking at each other, and often at me where I could smile back my excitement of being there. They had a couple readings (eventually after one of the readers realized she was supposed to bring it) and made it through their vows and ring exchange to land at the big moment. When that kiss came, Todd didn’t hesitate at all. He knew it was the exact moment to kiss his new bride! Congratulations Todd and Rachael! I’m so happy that I got to be a part of this day since the two of your are a real treasure. Also thank you Rachael for the cutest compliment I’ve ever gotten. Afterwards you said you were so hot and nervous that your heart was pounding, but you found calm by looking at my green eyes. Can you see now why I love them? Best wishes always!

 

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