For the first time this Summer I had a wedding that forecasted blue skies, no wind, and 75 degrees. Korrin and Tyler's wedding day was clearly smiled on by the universe. Close friends and family gathered at The Ponds at Dry Creek to take part in the laid back wedding of two awesome people. Their wedding was filled with just enough sentimental touches to make it personal and easy. Quilt squares instead of a guest book, flowers in hand made boxes for centerpieces, stones from both of their birthplaces carried on her bouquet, Tyler's grandmother's diamond in Korrin's ring, and handkerchiefs made by Korrin's grandmother in case of tears.
Tyler has been interning in Colorado for most of the Summer and Korrin works at MSU, so they have had very limited time to see each other recently. It was such a joy to watch how excited Korrin and Tyler were just to be together. So clearly in love and so clearly great for each other. Their happiness was apparent and contagious and I'm so glad I could be there to capture it with them. Congratulations, Korrin and Tyler! I know you'll love your Fall together as newlyweds even more after your long distance Summer.
Creatives, craftsmen, and vendors that made their day even more amazing:
Venue: The Ponds at Dry Creek
Wedding Coordinator: Lacey Spencer, Bunny May ECS
Bride's Dress: David's Bridal
Engagement Ring: Riddle's Jewelry
Groom's Wedding Band: StagHead Designs
Flowers: My Viola Floral
Caterer: Claudia Krevat
Wedding Cake: Myra Matson
Officiant: Alex Miller (Friend)
Ceremony Music: Tevin Apedaile (Friend)