Our Wedding Video

Oh happy day, friends! Today marks the first snow of the season and it looks so pretty outside! And – even more exciting- this weekend I received our wedding highlight video! Our sweet friend Christy MacGilvary gave us the sweetest gift for our wedding by filming our day and creating this video for us. She has served on the production team at our church for a few years now and we trusted her to capture our ceremony, but she went above in beyond to create a highlight video too! It is with much excitement and thankfulness that I share it with you today. She and my dear friend Joy quietly recorded snippets of our day to bless us with this gift that we will cherish forever. Enjoy!

See more of our wedding here!

Thank you so much Christy and Joy! We are so grateful for you and the way you are using this gift that God has given you!

 

Our Cocktail Hour

Happy Tuesday, Friends! It’s about time for another post in our wedding series. Last month, I shared the details of our first look and our wedding ceremony, which brings us to cocktail hour!

Our Cocktail Hour - Kyla Mary

all photos by Ruth Eileen Photography

Our wedding ceremony concluded around 5:15pm, followed by a 20 minute drive from the church to Dillon’s family home. It was the most beautiful drive through the country with bright sunshine coming through the trees the entire way. I felt so giddy realizing we were married and was in awe of how beautiful our ceremony experience was. We are so grateful for the love we felt being surrounded by so many family and friends in one place!

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Our Wedding Ceremony (Part 2)

Once I walked down the aisle (read part 1 of our wedding ceremony here), I got to join hands with Dillon. He looked dapper as ever and I remember thinking how I am the most blessed girl in the world that he would soon be my husband. Fafa began by having us turn toward our guests and pray a blessing over them for the role they have each played in our lives. I felt so much joy looking out at our guests, and seeing the smiling face of each person who had traveled to celebrate us.

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