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Botanical Gardens Wedding
Though planning a wedding usually keeps a couple up nights thinking through the color of napkins and the sharpness of forks, there are certain touches to the evening that can only be provided by God, like a combination of the perfect cool September evening and a high rattlesnake danger. These, as well as the best reception playlist we’ve ever heard, were two of the elements that not only made Tim and Heather’s wedding uniquely beautiful, but also kept Selah Auxiliary Shooter (Matt, my handsome husband) afraid while kneeling in bushes trying to get some rustic, weedy photos of the bride and groom (see below.)
The officiant was a well-spoken and sagacious judge with wisdom to share. The musician/best man, Carlos, was a Peruvian guitarist with fingers to woo a bee from a flower. The father of the bride pulled his nicest shoes out of the attic only to find they hadn’t held up as well as he hoped. Tim’s Hawaiian mother and aunts performed their traditional dance to the Lee staple, “Tiny Bubbles”. It was a storybook of a night. However, the most iconic event of the night was still the love displayed between all the family, and most of all Heather and Tim. We were happy to be a part of their wonderful night.
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