A Sunny Day to Celebrate

In the middle of a rainy, colder-than-average spring, we managed to have a perfect day for the wedding of Holly and Ryan.

The day started out at the Grace Christian Reformed Church where Holly’s beautiful gown was waiting for her.

The rings were polished and the flowers were fresh.

I noticed the inscription inside Ryan’s ring and couldn’t help placing it between their names–so faith was with them before their journey down the aisle.

Before the ceremony started, we headed out to a nearby park for some pictures. Holly’s gown was beautiful on the hanger, but she brought it to life and made it spectacular.

Ryan was relaxed and ready for the day.

The guys were all easy-going and gave the day a fun flair.

Holly and Ryan had an outstanding group of siblings and friends to support them during the day.

Holly and Ryan were amazing together and they had the most perfect day.

Everyone was so much fun!

I saw Ryan talking to his sweet little ring-bearer and dad/grandpa watching them in the distance.

We headed back to the church.

When the ceremony ended, we headed off to the Eesley Place for the reception.

The Eesley Place is an historic mill that has been converted into an amazing banquet hall. Outside, there are plenty of places for photos and inside is stunning as well.

I’m a sucker for old trucks, buildings, etc. So, I’m a big fan of the fact that they have this cool vehicle parked out back.

We arrived just in time to play for a few minutes in the fading sunlight.

The guests from all over the country (and other countries) were waiting inside for the fun to begin.

Congratulations Holly and Ryan. Please view the rest of the online album here. It has been so much fun working with you and your amazing families!

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