The beginning of the week forecast predicted rain. Hillary sent me an email to hope for good weather, and together we decided to keep all of our crossables crossed. Fingers, toes….whatever it took. Together we hoped for the best. And wished for the perfect day.
The morning of the wedding, Hillary sat in a room full of family & friends and tried to take deep breaths through a stuffy nose. She confided that she’d been coming down with a cold and that she was afraid she wasn’t going to feel very well all day. So silently, I decided to keep all of my crossables crossed. Finger, toes….arms if I had to. I hoped for the best for a couple who deserves nothing less. And quietly wished for them the perfect day.
Two hours before the ceremony, Hillary stood in the bridal room as her mom helped her zip up her dress. Hillary fought back happy tears, as the sash was pinned into place. All the crossables finally perfectly crossed. And as she made her way through the barn to see Chris, golden light flooded through the windows. And together they breathed deeply. Soaking in every second surrounding them as they got ready to promise forever. Together they had hoped for the best. And waited to see what would happen. But as soon as she saw him she knew. There were no more doubts.
This was going to be the most perfect day.
Married: Hillary & Chris
Hillary & Chris were married at the Webb Barn last weekend, surrounded by a close group of family & friends and the most perfect, beautiful light. They laughed and toasted and danced the night away. Their day was made even more perfect by the incredible team of Natalie & Moira at Whim Events. Under their supervision, no detail was overlooked. And the whole day flowed flawlessly. I cannot tell you how much we LOVED working with them. H&C, it was our honor to be there with you. Our privilege. And we cannot thank you enough for the love & trust you placed in us. We are so, so lucky to now call you friends. I hope you are living it up in Thailand! Order some pad thai for me. :)
So much love,