Fall Wedding in Hendersonville
COVID made this couple pivot their wedding plans.
& then pivot again.
So when the forecast was calling for thunderstorms ALL day - I wanted to cry a little for them. I packed up clear umbrellas. I wore clothes that I can get muddy & wet in - and I prayed the rain would hold off until after their first look.
& then it did.
& then it held off until I was driving home and they were almost done with the reception.
The fall color looked amazing against cloudy skies and anyone who knows me a little knows I was in love immediately with the sequined gowns her bridal party wore, the blue and pink colors, and her intricate gown.
It was a perfect day, 2020 curve balls and bad forecasts be darned.
- I mean ... glittery shoes. Jus' sayin' -
[his reaction to seeing her the first time]
[Believe it or not - this was an Air BNB - how amazing is this "front yard?"]
& her cousin made these face masks for all the girls. I loved them.
& because I promised them - some bloopers of him wacking her in the noggin' with his noggin' and his reaction that somehow I managed to catch even though I wasn't taking pictures at this time. Priceless.