Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Real Wedding: Megan and Tyler's Ceremony

Who can resist a wonderful and sentimental ceremony that truly celebrates the bride and groom and their loved ones? Certainly not us! Every detail behind Megan and Tyler's ceremony had meaning and purpose behind it. What a beautiful way to honor the union of two families! 





Did you choose to do any memorable events or traditions within your ceremony?
One memorable event in our ceremony was having 6 kids come down the aisle. We had an adorable ring bearer and flower girl, along with my cute cousin pulling a wagon full of 3 babies. The kids did such a great job. All of the babies were adorable and the good news is that none of them cried! It was more perfect than I anticipated.







 What was the most sentimental part of your ceremony?
The most sentimental part of our ceremony was when my dad handed me over to Tyler after walking me down the aisle. I’m so close to my dad, even more so since my mom passed away of cancer 3 years ago. I know it was hard for my dad, but it is funny how things work out. My dad got remarried last year to a wonderful woman who happened to be the matchmaker of Tyler and me. With that being said, God has a way of showing us He knows what He is doing, even though 3 years ago it was hard to see that. When my dad handed me over, the look on Tyler’s face was priceless, and I felt such a peace in knowing I was about to marry the man God chose for me.




Why did you choose the ceremony space that you did? 
We chose Springhill Baptist Church for our ceremony space because it was not too big of a church, but also not too small for our large wedding. Church and our faith are very important to us,  so having it at our church worked out perfectly.

 


 





Photography: Jennifer Campbell
Wedding Planning and Design: Abby Mitchell Events
Bridal Gown: Norman's Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: Target Bridesmaids
Florist: Orchard Hills
Tent Rental: Tents by Design
Chair/Linen Rental: Eventful Rental
Hair/Makeup - A Valeria Boss Salon

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