This post is extra dear to both Lo and myself. We celebrated the nuptials of the newly Mister and Misses. Morgan happens to be Lo's oldest and best friend. She had the honor of standing at Morgan's side as her maid of honor this weekend. Whereas Morgan and I go back to high school days kickin' it around the soccer field.
It was a day full of love, friendship, and wedded bliss.
Before I lay all the pictures on you let me explain the reception site as it is the cherry on top. Morgan being the strong willed woman that she is insisted upon a romantic yet rustic reception in a barn. Not something particularly difficult to come by in Southern Indiana. However, she had her eye on our historical hometown Round Barn. There is only one catch...it is typically filled with cows and has NEVER been the location for any sort of event.
Despite the skepticism, her family and friends pulled together, to herd the cattle out, scoop up the poo, and managed to make a barn smell pleasant. The outcome was magical. And so you enter into a romantic, rustic, Southern Indiana wonderland...
Find your table.
Grab a drink.
Take a seat.
The red velvet was superb!
Lo's best friend.
My best friend.
I am so in love with this picture. The bride and groom sharing their first dance as the bride's parents cuddle up to watch. Precious.
Father of the bride.
Lo knocking it out of the park.
The little picture thief that I am stole this one too. But I thought we should end with a great photo of the bride and her maid of honor. They may live in two different parts of the country, but their friendship I am sure will withstand the test of time.
With all of our love,
Lo + Bee