I think I've blogged this wedding before. In fact I know I have. Kitalou Gin, which is where this wedding took place, needed images for promotional purposes so I rushed the sneak peek to get them a few to show their adoring fans. But I don't like the rush. I like to sift through the memories of that day and pull out the little nuggets that I think tell a great story. To have the pictures tell the store. I fall short over and over again. When I'm going through the editing process I see missed opportunities where i was second off, maybe in the wrong place, didn't let a scene sit a few seconds longer. And then there are times where I get so many great moments that I have trouble narrowing down what I want to share. I think that's the case with this wedding. I've known the fabulous Hurst family for ages. They've raised two beautiful daughters who bring so much joy into so many people's lives. They are "good people", the kind of people you are proud to know and love.
Taylor and Tyler, I wish you an enternity of happiness and joy and please, pretty please, have tons of babies for all of us that love you, to love on.
I was able to make the rehearsal the night before. We quickly realized that as pretty as the lighting was in this space, we would need to block some of it from burning out eyeballs. This is why you rehearse.
Gotta love a cowboy in a hat.
The next day was WINDY. Lots of walking back and forth between the seed barn and bridal suite.
Poppin' bottle can be tricky.
I'm not sure I had seen anything like it. Taylor's dress WAS such a pretty gown. The brocade so pretty and had such a heavy drape to it,