Recently I heard a snippet of a Wordsworth poem that made me think of the joy that Cortney & Scott exuded on their wedding day, so I'm going to share it. My literature-loving heart cringes a bit at taking one line of a poem out of context, but it will just have to deal. Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendour in the grass, of glory in the flower; we will hold on to what remains.
Their wedding day has passed, the flowers have died, the cake has been eaten, and the exuberant dance party has ended, but Cortney & Scott have something worth infinitely more than those things. And though their marriage will long outlast any of the details of a wedding day, that doesn't negate the glory of a day spent rejoicing. I often stress the fact that the marriage is what's important, not the wedding. But because I know that Cortney & Scott know the weight of their covenant together, today, let's celebrate a day full of splendor & joy that passed all too quickly.
Venue: Crestview Baptist Church; Reunion Ranch
Florals: Verbena Floral Design
Hair: Razzmatazz Salon
Makeup: my sister, Brooke Carlson
Catering: Reunion Ranch
Dress Shop: David's Bridal
Groom's Attire: Men's Wearhouse
Cakes: Humble Pie Desserts
DJ: Reunion Ranch