She had planned and planned and planned some more. The one thing Christin hadn’t planned on was crying (although she had brought plenty of tissues for Art).
She made it through all the stress the day before during her DIY wedding decorating while family and friends helped tie bows, put up a Christmas tree, and hang red-sparkly ornaments. She made it through getting ready, while her best friend and rock Jolene helped make jewelry decisions. She even made it through their first look all smiles, although her groom Art broke into tears the moment he turned around and saw his beautiful bride. Seeing Art with happy tears in his eyes while walking down the aisle didn’t make her cry, although there was hardly a dry cheek in the room. She made it through most of the ceremony, all the way up until her vows, when she burst into tears, emotions spilling out with her words…after all she was marrying the love of her life. Art was shocked since he said he’s usually the emotional one, but this was a big day. All the planning and waiting paid off as Christin & Art’s tearfully happy ceremony came to a close with a cheer and a fist pump, as all weddings should.
Christin & Art, we are so happy that you found one another through that blind date. You are both such special people and deserve so much happiness and love. Congratulations! ~Erik & Marissa
Thank you to everyone who made Christin & Art’s wedding day perfect!
Venue – Chauncey’s Event Center
Catering – Cowboy’s
Flowers – Vann’s IGA
Invitation Design – House of Krauss
Photography – Ciccarelli Photography
Makeup Artist – Kathy Hedges, Aqua Studio
Hair Artist – Robin McNamee
Officiant – Denis Pitman
Dress – Belle en Blanc
Bridesmaid Dress – David’s Bridal
Suits – Prohibition Clothiers