“The couples that are meant to be are the ones who go through everything that is meant to tear them apart and come out even stronger than they were before.”
I think I’ve finally finished drying my eyes from what was one of the most gorgeous weddings that I’ve ever been to. I’m not sure if I found it so beautiful because of the gorgeous weather – it was a picture perfect Fall day, quite literally – or because this was the first wedding of a close friend of mine that I was able to attend. Or Maybe it was because this was the first wedding I had been to where it was about the love two people share for each other, not religion. Regardless of the reason(s) why it was so beautiful, trust me when I saw that it was.
Lauren, Katherine, and Elizabeth did an incredible job setting the scene for what was indeed a Pinterest worthy wedding (go ahead, look it up), and I mustered all my might to battle swarms of rednecks at Party City and hellacious winds to get the perfect balloons to direct wedding-goers to the destined location. From the white archway and chairs, to the mum lined aisle it couldn’t have been more perfect. Well, or so I thought. The vows that Lindsay and Chris exchanged had the collective audience in laughter and tears (especially the Babe Squad row), and that’s when I knew why it was the most beautiful wedding. It was because of the two people standing in front of us. I wish the two of them all the happiness in the world and then some. Usually for photos I force myself to laugh in order to smile, but not today. It was one of the happiest moments of my life, closely rivaled by singing along to Diva by Beyoncé with the blushing bride at the reception.
The Kentucky Gent