Courtney’s stylish dress, shoes, birdcage veil? Jonny’s bowtie and refreshingly well-tailored suit? The creative use of ladders as decor to help fill a rather large dining hall? The different colored fiestaware on each table? The delicious, in-season ramps at the cocktail hour? The oh-so-British fascinators many of the English ladies sported? (Have we mentioned that Jonny is British?)
Their lovely schedule with lots of time built in for portraits? The laid back and helpful bridesmaids and groomsmen? The spirited games of cornhole throughout the day? The emotional and hilarious toasts? Courtney and Jonny’s gorgeous first dance? The super delicious homemade limoncello Courtney’s uncle made?
All of these things were wonderful, but the best part of this wedding was the overwhelming sense of love and support from all their guests. This adoration reached a fever pitch after Jonny was handed the mic at the start of the reception and referred to Courtney as his wife as he was thanking everyone for coming. Instantly the room exploded with cheering and clapping. It was one of the most wonderful moments we’ve ever experienced at any wedding. Everyone was just so damn happy!
We’d only met this couple for the first time a few hours earlier, yet we found ourselves getting choked up at such a thunderous and genuine outpouring of love.
This wedding was everything a wedding should be, and we’re so happy we were there to document it all.
Bride’s attire: Gown by Amy Kuschel, shoes by Rachel Simpson
Groom’s attire: Suit by 1701 Bespoke, tie & pocket square by The Tie Bar, shoes by Topman
Hair & Makeup: Nico Spalon