Sean & Krystal. If one word could sum up their wedding day, it would be “light.” The best man made a statement during his toast that Sean-the-groom has a presence that “lights up the room.” In observing Krystal-the-bride, I could say the same about her smile. They both bring joy and light into their friends’ lives. Throughout the day, laughter was always present, joy bubbled to the surface and love radiated from this couple like the warm summer sun.
This wedding was stunning. Absolutely stunning. Krystal is an art-school graduate and her artistic touch was all over the place. She worked for hours and hours and HOURS crafting such pretty details. From the many hues of yellow in the fabric flower bouquets, the whimsical pennant flag decorations and so many vases and jars with cute button fabric flowers, I kept finding new details to photograph. It was a feast for the eyes!
And I can’t help but say that we were so happy to be among friends while photographing this wedding. It was just over a year ago that Sean was the (hilarious & helpful) best man for Luke & Rachel’s wedding, and he kinda-sorta-pretty-much told my husband that his own engagement wasn’t too far away. Sure enough, it wasn’t too long until I got an email that made me smile! I loved being among friends-that-are-sorta-family and friends who are family in Jesus. Sean & Krystal, we wish you the best!
Enjoy a glimpse of their wedding day!
Krystal was dressed and waiting for the ceremony, and she just had to peek through the window to see her groom!
While the ladies prepped the bride for portraits, the groom was busy updating his relationship status on facebook.
Groomsmen are always fun, especially when wearing suspenders.
Onward to the reception tent for dinner!
One of my favorite things about this wedding was the glass bottles of Coca-cola. The groomsmen worked double-time to give them out to all wedding guests before the toasts. It was unique, delicious and an icy-cold treat for this warm summer wedding day!
In a new twist to the will-they-or-won’t-they-smash-the-cake tradition, plus a little spin on the Dollar dance tradition, Sean and Krystal had two jars set up for bidding. Guests “donated” to the cause of whom should receive cake in the face.
A few more portraits of the happy couple!
Congratulations, Sean & Krystal!