WHERE AM I SUPPOSED TO EVEN START?! This wedding was an absolute DREAM. I'm just gonna dive in on some of my favorite moments of the day:
1. After their first look, Steph + Dallas chose to read their vows together privately. No one was around, not even the cameras.
2. Last minute they decided to have a garter toss, & after Dallas insisted before the wedding on NOT doing it, he surprised us ALL by giving Steph an epic little dance :D see for yourself!
3. Steph's grandfather who she never got to meet LOVED Rumpleminze, & everybody did a shot in his memory!
4. **my favorite** Guys, I'm probably gonna cry just typing this, because I was when this happened, it's just so beautiful. The biggest circle of family + friends formed as they placed Dallas' grandmother in the middle, & played "Mona Lisa" by Nat King Cole, which was the song his grandfather used to sing to her. ARE YOU CRYING BECAUSE I'M CRYING! I don't think I've ever experienced something like that EVER & it was so special, I'm truly honored I could watch that moment.
I can not put into words how amazing this wedding was. Steph + Dallas put so much time & effort & love into every single detail...Dallas even built the wooden arch they got married under! They made their wedding one of a kind, even when they handpicked their EPIC + WAY TOO AMAZING wedding party (seriously, they were so much fun).
Congrats again you two...I am so happy for you & thank you so much for trusting me to be a part of it. I love you guys!!
Photographer: Ever + Olive
Videographer: Ben Cawiezell
Venue: The Barn at Brophy Creek Farm
DJ: Twisted Mic's Music Entertainment
Hair/Makeup: Haus of Heir
Catering: Matthiesen's Deer & Custom Processing & Catering
Florist/Decor: Groom's family
Dresses: Storybook Ending Bridal Salon
Suits: Stafford - JC Penney
Bridesmaids Robes: Sage Love Designs (Etsy)
Rings: Necker's Jewelers and LA Luxury Bands
Bride's Shoes: Imagine - Vince Camuto
Calligraphy/Boards: SarahVi Designs
Ceiling Design: Creating Your Dreams, LLC
Invites: Designed by Vine Wedding (Etsy), printed by Quad City Press