I wouldn’t consider myself one of those girls who “grew up dreaming about their wedding day”. What I did know is that I wanted my wedding day to be about me and the person I was going to be with for the rest of my life. I wanted the vibes to be positive, pure, and joyful – and the air filled with love and happiness. I wanted our guests to walk in and say “this looks like Taylor and Destin”. We wanted it to be very personal for both of us, and to be able to express the love we have for each other.
The whole experience was nothing less than perfect and everything was absolutely stunning. The process of picking all the different colors, styles, patterns and tiny details was my favorite part. I think my family and friends thought I was a bit crazy when I showed them my binder full of my ideas and visions just because of how different everything was going to be. The day of the wedding when everything came to life before my eyes, all I could do was cry. The wedding party, the decor, the ceremony/reception details, and all of the little unique touches were breathtaking. We had a small corner in our reception hall with an article of both of our mothers, grandmothers and great grandmothers weddings, along with a candle lit for eternity for our loved ones who couldn’t be there with us. Taylor and I used the champagne flutes for our toast that my parents used at their wedding back in the 90’s. I loved all of the keepsake memories we got to incorporate into our wedding, and of course I hope to pass everything down to my kids one day.
My wedding day was nothing short of a magical dream. It was everything I could have ever imagined and then some! A true vision that came to fruition. Taylor and I are truly blessed with the best parents, family, and friends that always fill our cups extra full with the sweetest love and support; and they definitely did not hold back on our special day. We can’t thank them enough for going above and beyond for March 5, 2022!
Custom Hat: @shopwildgrace