Oh boy, am I excited about this post.
From the moment I met Hunter & Ethan, I could tell their wedding would be special. Hunter is one of those people who puts everyone around her at ease. She possesses a soft, genuine spirit that comes across in the thoughtfulness of her words and the kindness in her eyes. She and Ethan are lovely together. Their care and respect for one another was greatly evident in our first meeting and especially throughout their wedding day.
Hunter and Ethan are wedding videographers. As I have said previously, it is always very meaningful when other professionals in this business trust you to tell their story. I am so grateful they chose me to tell theirs. As videographers, they know how a typical wedding day runs. Their own was one that I will not soon forget. It was elegant, yet not extravagant – held in the gardens at Alfred B. Maclay State Park on what seemed to be a clear spring afternoon. But, just as the ceremony began, grey clouds appeared and thunder started to roll. Not long after Hunter walked down the aisle, it began to rain and continued throughout the entire ceremony. And the most beautiful thing happened… nothing. Not one umbrella. Not one person looking around for shelter. All eyes were glued on the bride and groom, as they took communion and made vows of commitment to God and each other. If you look closely, you can see rain drops coming down in their ceremony photos.
Mr. and Mrs. Caswell, thank you for letting me share in the beauty of your wedding day. The joy was all mine.