Casey had written to me that the most important thing to him on their wedding day was Rachel saying “I do.”
He wrote “There could be hail. Or rain. Or locusts. It could be raining frozen locusts, and so long as Rachel is there and agrees to the whole concept, it’ll be a good day.“
It did end up raining, but not frozen locusts. It was a soft, beautiful rain that started right after their ceremony, and cleared up in time for their backyard reception. And it was a very, very good day.
The lettering and design elements were created by the bride herself (she also designed the new schmancy logo on my website, which I *love*!!). This wedding celebration was a sharing of these two souls all over, and their souls are something special!
The bride’s brother sang during his sister’s walk down the aisle to her groom, and also during their first dance (awwwwww.)
Here’s to your life-long love, you two!
Film scans by Richard Photo Lab
Gown: epic thrifting find
Cake and cupcakes: Hello Goodbye Cupcakes
Lettering and Event planning: Rachel Rosolina xoxopress