I never take for granted how blessed I am to capture the beginning of a couple’s life together. A wedding day symbolizes who a couple is and what matters most to them. On Holli and Lee’s day, I felt this more than ever. I could see the outpouring of love from friends, family and vendors that made this event such a beautiful, heartfelt and blissful day.
Holli did an amazing job organizing everything prior to the day (including a detailed timeline), so it was wonderful to see her just sit back and be able to enjoy everything that was happening around her.
Lee was definitely one of the sweetest grooms I have ever worked with – his love for Holli just radiated in everything he did / said.
I can’t fully express how thankful I am for having the opportunity to capture such a beautiful day and work with such an amazing couple and their equally amazing families. There were so many things that I loved: the cowgirl boots, Holli’s lace / blush dress, the homemade quilts used during the ceremony, the handmade chalkboard frames, the two stepping at the reception, and so much more! It’s no wonder this wedding is a new favorite for me!
Holli and Lee, it was a pleasure serving you on your wedding day! I wish you love, laughter and adventures in your future together!
Shout out to these amazing vendors who made this day possible!
Florist: Katrina from The Flower Loft in Grantsville, Maryland
Caterer and Venue: Fred and Tammy from North Glade Inn in Swanton, Maryland
Bride’s Attire: Dress was Style 224 by Casablanca Bridal (in blush with silver beading) and the boots were by Corral. Dress was purchased from Debi Poist, owner of Love It! Bridal with the help of Kathie Zimmerman
Bridesmaids Attire: The dresses were designed by Mori Lee and the boots were by Nacona.
Day-of-coordinator: Ally Happel
Decorations: all signs, centerpieces, lanterns, cornhole boards, etc. were made by Holli, Lee, Holli’s mom (Dawn), and Holli’s sister (Hailey).
Quilts: The quilts at the ceremony were actually all made by women in Holli’s family (grandmothers, great grandmothers, and aunts)…she received a few as wedding gifts!
Pastor: James Miller (Jimmy) – he is my grandfather!
Hair: Hair was done by Holli’s long-time stylist, Leanna Bernsten.