Tasshia & Garrett’s wedding was one of the most joy-filled days we have witnessed. I loved how they were soaking everything in that day, fully present and connected to their friends and family and each other. Soaking in the fact that they were finally husband and wife and over-the-moon about it. About starting a life together. About moving in and venturing out, together.
The morning they woke to was overcast. The mist hung low in the mountains. But, slowly, it all faded away as a brilliant sun rose high in the sky. It was like the weather knew that the joy wouldn’t be snuffed out if it decided to rain. It was as if the joy that was in every breath of the day lifted those clouds and sent them onward.
It was a day of paper flowers, of lace dresses, of handwritten signs, of a cake made by a friend, of a vintage car parked on Love Road. It was a day of pink and polka-dot ribbon wands, of a very fine waxed mustache, of personal vows, of local food and local wine, of jam made by the wedding party and of a Kate-Spade necklace that said “mrs”. And even if all these lovely and personal details were missing, it would have been the best day ever. A day of celebration, joy, encouragement, prayer, thankfulness, and the biggest surrounding of love for the start of a marriage.
And that is what it is about. A wedding is the start of a marriage. The continuation of an adventure that has already begun. A promise to see that adventure through, no matter where it takes you. Tasshia & Garrett know that and we wish them all the best and all our love.
You can see Tasshia & Garrett’s slideshow here.
Their wedding was featured by Ruffled Blog over here.