From the bride: “On our first date, I learned that Tim had been out the night before because he was celebrating being home on leave from Afghanistan, and he would be going back on the 21st of that month. But after having such a great first date, we still wanted to see each other again, so we hung out as much as we could in those two weeks and each date was better than the last. So by the time it was time for Tim to leave, I knew I didn’t want to lose him for good. It was a few days from then, until the next time we spoke, and he was in between countries on his way back to Afghanistan. So by the time we got to speak next, I was so thrilled to hear from him that we talked for five hours…” Their love story is just adorable. Despite deployment, despite the distance, despite everything that might’ve happened to sway them, Tim and Jules know they are for each other. Congratulations, Tim and Jules!
Courtney and Nehemiah’s romantic Louisiana wedding is a sweet reminder of everything we love about the country. Rustic wooden wedding signs, cowgirl boots, bunches of baby’s breath and a backless lace gown… Haven’t y’all heard that phrase about never taking the country out of the gal? The bridesmaids wore lace and unique turquoise jewelry; the groom wore a cowboy hat and his boots, too. We love how unique this wedding is, and it proves our point that love looks beautiful in more ways and styles than one.
The bride wore cowgirl boots from Old Gringo and a ruffled white gown from Alfred Angelo Bridal. The rustic North Carolina wedding included the couple’s two dogs. The bridesmaids carried kissing balls made of Autumn flowers instead of traditional bouquets, cupcakes adorned with sugar leaves were served at the reception, and squat pumpkins served as centerpieces!
This wedding is without a doubt for our country gals–those who want to ride in on a horse to their wedding ceremony! This wedding is for the bride who wants to celebrate with a grand wedding reception in a stable instead of a hotel. This wedding is for bridesmaids who aren’t afraid to mix it up a bit with different colored dresses, for the bride who’s rocking her boots on her big day, and for the groom who knows that sometimes, suspenders are perfectly acceptable wedding attire. And yes, the bride rocked two dresses on her wedding day. Her rationale? You can’t ride a horse in a mermaid dress. Best. Reason. Ever. P.S. Grab your box of tissues for the video!