Spring Wedding | Kyle & Autumn

Laced with the character of soft baby’s breath, burlap, twine and all things antique, Kyle and Autumn shared their wedding vows under the soft lit Barnacopia lights. Everything about their day was hospitable at it’s best with candy, popcorn, and refreshments available prior to the reception, pool, ping-pong, a movie, chess, and lots of rustic antique displays for viewing!

The weather was unpredictable with the spitting of rain, wind and clouds throughout most of the daytime. Evening came around and allowed our wedding party with the bride and groom to venture out for some beautiful nature backdrops. We used the red barn to block the wind and then headed towards the sunlit willow tree with the couple.

While I loved their details, meeting their wonderful families, and enjoying the celebration, my favorite part of the day was indeed the ceremony and sharing of their vows. Watching how these two interacted that day in honoring and glorifying God was a blessing. I am so excited to watch them grow in their faith and roles as husband and wife with God at their center. A big thank you to these two for letting me take part in their special day!

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4 Comments on “Spring Wedding | Kyle & Autumn

  1. I’m never disappointed seeing your work. Thank you again for being a vital part of “our” special day.


    • It’s a joy going through all the photos and remembering the day! Especially when you know the families so closely 🙂 Glad I could take part and gift you all special memories!


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