The people, you get it.
Casey and I are lucky enough to each have amazing, supportive families, and the coolest group of friends anyone could ask for. I speak for both of us when I say we're so grateful for the love and support we felt throughout the whole wedding experience, from start to finish.
From the moment we came out of the temple, I was surrounded by my team of super-bridesmaids, making sure every hair on my head was perfect. It lasted maybe an hour before I just gave it up and let my hair go wild.
I know this fake laughing picture is bad, but it's seriously the most hilarious picture to me. I can't get over it.
Don't even get me started on my nieces and nephews. They are so adorable, I could die.
The little monsters.
Wedding days are full of unexpected surprises. I sent few invitations to teachers who I believe greatly influenced my life, but only a couple showed up. Pictured above is me with my first grade teacher, Mrs. Brown. The first thing I did when I started planning was call my mom and ask her to help me find her. It took a lot of phone calls and searching, but finally, we were able to get an invite to her.
When I was in her class, I would write books every single day, and draw my own illustrations. My mom says she tried to keep some, but I just kept giving them away. Mrs. Brown is special to me because she recognized who I was at such a young age. She encouraged me to always be creative, and to keep writing my whole life, and to send her a signed copy of the first book I publish. That's still a work in progress, but I've always remembered how great of teacher she was. 16 Years later, she's still inspiring me.
And where would we be without our families?
And just a few extras of my adorable niece Olive, who followed us around all night and absolutely loved Casey.
all photos by Cami.