Dave and I were married 3 years ago.
When I woke up, the sky was grey, dark and WET! When I say wet, I mean people couldn’t get to their hotels, streets were closed, my car needed to be moved to prevent water from coming into the doors. Our ceremony was moved from the backyard to the reception site. The wedding was delayed by an hour. 4.5 inches of rain fell on our wedding day- meaning we are the luckiest couple ever.
Three years later, I see where that luck came into play. Adelaide Eileen.
(Michelle takes the most beautiful family and child photographs. She will find the most intimate moments between you and your child, and every little smile and sparkle in their eyes. Call her to get the best family photographer!)
Our little beauty came into this world April 17th, and changed our lives forever. Can we thank the rain for all of the joy and beauty that is she? Yep- all the rain and the genes of two fine looking individuals! We can certainly relish in the downpour that was August 2, 2009; a beautiful day that led us to the creation of such a little beauty.
I want my dear husband to know he means the world to us. I am blessed that he is my partner in crime, Addie is, as well, for having such a loving and dedicated daddy. We may not see him as much as we’d like, but he supports us, and we know that there are more days ahead of us to spend together!
Here are a few of my favorites from our big day! Thank you Mike from Allebach Photography! (MIKE WILL TRAVEL! His photography captures ever tender moment between you and your loved one and every group dance party. Got a wedding to plan? CALL MIKE!)
And, as far as the most moving part of the day for me… my father/daughter dance. My Dad died April 21,1998, and dancing with my step-dad meant the world to me. Mike took some wonderful pictures of the dance, like this one, that shows me gripping onto Al. I felt like my Dad was right there with me, holding onto the little girl I once was.