Hannah and Josh’s wedding day has been 10 years in making.
I met Josh a few years ago, when I still lived in Texas.
He’s also a photographer and we hit it off right away.
I met Hannah for the first time last month at their engagement shoot, and I felt like I’d known her forever.
I can see why Josh never wants to live a day without her. She is special. Very special.
The day of the wedding, I saw the venue for the first time.
The most gorgeous exposed beam, barn wood filled venue.
Hannah squealed with delight when she heard Josh’s voice around the corner waiting for her to do their first look.
The first look was nothing short of perfection.
He twirled her and admired her sheer beauty.
They could not stop giggling.
As we headed back inside to wait until ceremony time, Hannah turned to me and said “I’m so glad we did that. It was so intimate and perfect.”
I couldn’t have agreed more.
The ceremony was the sweetest ceremony.
Both Hannah and Josh wrote their own vows and promised each other only the best from themselves.
After the ceremony was over, Josh and Hannah sat with their guests as two musicians played guitar and sang worship songs.
All the guests sang worship songs, while Josh and Hannah held hands and sang next to one another.
The reception was straight up amazing.
Josh and Hannah shared the sweetest first dance.
Hannah and her dad shared the BEST dance ever. They danced to a remix of a bunch of awesome music.
Nsync, MC hammer, you name it.
Josh and Hannah’s wedding was the best Texas wedding you could ever wish for.
Surrounded by family, friends and the gorgeous Texas sunshine.
Venue: The Milestone
Florist: Brenda Fry of Plantiques Flowers
Cake: Creations Cakes
DJ: Keith Garrett of DJKeith
Hair & Makeup: Knot and Veil
Catering: River City Cafe
Wedding Dress: Something New Boutique
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom’s Suit and Shoes: Men’s Warehouse, Johnston & Murphy
Wedding Planner: Camillia McKinney