When I first started chatting with Carrie about her wedding, it was in late July. She lived out of state and needed assistance pulling together her October wedding and I was excited to work with her and Tyler.
She told me about the family property she wanted to get married on and how it would be a small group of family and friends. When we met for the first time, a month before the big day, she, Tyler and her father drove me across the creek on the family property to get to where the ceremony would be. I was in awe of how pretty the land was and how much work our father of the bride put in. He cleared the brush from the barn, cut down some trees, mowed the high grass and was going to make it so the creek wasn’t as high for guests to drive through. It was amazing to see it all come together.
On wedding day, there were rows of old church pews lined up facing the back of the old barn, the old wood dad had chopped up held up individual frames of all the married couples in the family and the bar was adorned with a floral arch. After a rainy few weeks, there was no sight of rain for Carrie & Tyler’s big day!
Side note: Let me tell you! This was such a sweet family to work with. They were all so helpful and excited to be a part of the big day and we truly enjoyed our time with them. We thank you for inviting us to partake in dinner at Jag’s … best filet mignon ever! ;)
When ceremony time began, everyone took their places as Carrie rolled up in an antique car from Landforce One and it dropped her off at the end of the aisle. Tyler’s face said it all! She looked gorgeous in that incredible dress and holding that stunning bouquet from Dana Renae Designs. We are so excited to share these gorgeous shots from AJ Studio Photography. They did a fabulous job capturing all of the stunning moments of the day.
Congratulations again, Carrie & Tyler! Thanks for inviting us to celebrate with you. You and your family are wonderful and we wish you all the best!