SHEW. What a year 2020 has been… and it’s only halfway over! LOL…
This will be the first of a several posts that starts with “They had originally planned”. This year has been full of plans that had to be changed. Devastating as that was, it’s in us all to adapt and move forward and that is exactly what these two and their families did.
The original date was April 4. So many moving parts came to halt and it all had to be reworked for three months later. I don’t know what the original date would have looked like, but the new one, the one we had, was nothing short of gorgeous. A bright sunny, hot, independence day. A small family church wedding followed by a beautiful waterfront reception on the water at Buzzard’s Point Marina in Reedville. As the sun went down so did the temps and everyone was able to relax and enjoy the view and party. As the speeches were being delivered some helpful neighbors of the marina set off fireworks. Celebration was not in short supply. You would never know it wasn’t for them… I think everyone there just adopted the notion that each boom and display of sparkly light was intended for Taylor and Trevor.
It felt so good to be back celebrating these kind of days with people I’ve come to love. Taylor and Trevor have been nothing short of amazing through this whole process. Laid back, easy going and just wanting to start this journey together! We tossed around some alternate options but they really wanted the big celebration… and it has always been my opinion to not settle… If you want the big party, don’t settle because you will regret it. The what if’s will always linger in your mind. It took a little longer, but they got what they dreamed of. It didn’t disappoint!
Trevor and Taylor I am so thankful for you guys and thankful I got to be the one to be with you on your day. I loved every minute of it! <3 <3
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