They say that rain is good luck on your wedding day. If that is true than Sarah & Clay are all set.
This wedding at Maplehurst Farm was all about the people. The people who jumped in to help when the ceremony site was moved not once, but twice. The last move was 30 minutes before the start of the ceremony. This wedding day was all about the bride and groom who didn’t let the uncertainly of weather ruin their day. Instead they chose to focus on each other and their friends and family who worked so hard to help make their wedding day a success. This wedding day could have gone differently had it not been for all the people involved. For me, watching as an outsider, it was beautiful to watch everyone come together and rally around Sarah & Clay.
It truly was an honor and privilege to be a part of such a great wedding and to meet so many great people.
First look with dad! We had to pull him in from out in the rain while he was helping set everything up. Beautiful bridal bouquet by Pozie by Natalie Market Street Catering never disappoints! Guest pictures! The bridal party each had their own unique way of being introduced into the reception. My favorite part of this picture is Sarah’s reaction in the background!