Bridget and Josh’s love and deeply rooted spirt sparkled brightly from the first time we met them - even though we were blessed to have worked with Bridget's sister a year ago for her wedding. These two are so laid back, fun loving, and extremely loyal. If - for some reason - you don't trust me on that one, it should be more than obvious by the community that they keep, nurture and bless.
What kind of community? The kind where each vendor was a friend, each guest a very important person, each bridal party member “family.”
Working with friends of the bride and groom is truly an experience that cannot be described. They bring a love and true passion for each detail and know exactly how the bride would want it if she were doing it herself. From the calligraphy, to the cakes, the set up crew, to the bridal party that stayed behind to help load chairs and tables into trucks – details, friends, and fellowship that cannot be bought.
The calm prayers before go time, the music filled ceremony, the joyful reception – everything about their day was 100% Bridget and Josh in the most genuine and heartfelt way that left everyone with the same amount of infectious joy and love that these two so outwardly possess.
Bridget and Josh, I hope you continue to look at each other every day with the same eyes you had on that beautiful day. You two certainly left a mark on us!
Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum // Carolynn Seibert Photography // Sweet Olive Floral // Event Rentals // Britney Theriot (cake) // Joie de Vivre Salon // Papa T's // Ink and Root // Easytown Sound Co.