"I've been preachin' bout back home,
How it can make you feel so alive.
Tell you what we can do...
Baby, let's me and you take a little drive..."
(Welcome to the Farm)
On a cold, January day, a friend of mine took a drive that would change her from a Merry to a Bliss, from a Miss to a Mrs., from a suburban living girl to a country boy's wife.
As we followed Michael's dusty, red pick-up truck throughout the course of the wedding day, I couldn't help but feel that "their song" (Welcome to the Farm) couldn't be more fitting. Kelle and Michael have country kindness in their bones, a deepness to them that thrives under wide open skies, and a joy that is like a breath of fresh air blowing across the fields. The two of them together is refreshing, and the support they give each other is endearing.
Michael & Kelle, I was so grateful to be a part of your beautiful day.
The morning started in Kelle's bedroom getting ready, and my goodness, she was a beautiful bride!
Amber did a fabulous job with Kelle's hair!
Sisters are the best.
Her flowers were glorious!
one word: lace.
I love the relationship between Mr. Merry & Kelle. All day, he was right near her, ready to hug her. Some of my favorite pictures of the whole day, were ones of the two of them.
Have I ever mentioned that my friends have really cute kids?
"MARRIED! YOU'RE MARRIED!"
(If you ever hire me, know that I will probably shout this at least two or three times.)
(shout out to three of my besties for being so beautiful. also, for being in the same place at once. I love it.)
There was English country dancing!
God bless you guys as you live your life together on the farm. You two are a joy.
"Welcome to the farm,
Where you can roll your windows down.
Baby, take my arm,
Ain't hearing nothin' such a beautiful sound?"