Watching the forecast for the weekend, Ryan and I were keeping our fingers crossed that the rain would say away. And when we woke up Saturday morning, opened the curtains and were greeted by soft gray skies, I sighed. I always worry a little about my brides who have rainy days that they will be disappointed that the atmosphere doesn't reflect the joy that they feel inside.
But I should have known better with sweet Liz. Ryan reminded me about her text from earlier that week: "When people complain about rain, what I hear is: "I hate hope, puppies, chocolate and music"
#iloverain" And this is so consistent with the person that I spent many hours with in college, giggling and entertaining me with her whity comments. Liz lives life like she loves it, and the rain wasn't going to get her down because today she was marrying Adam. And nothing else could be better in her heart.
I loved this little detail...they had their guest write "Keys to a Happy Marriage." Best father/daughter dance we have ever seen, by far. They broke out the hairbrushes and shook their booties. **love**
Sweet Liz, I that Adam has found you -- to love you, and love him in return. xoxoely