Corey and Tim hold a special place in my heart. I mentioned in their engagement post that I met Corey a few summers ago when I was working at Camp and Corey was one of my counselors. So I was honored when Corey initially contacted me about being their wedding photographer. When I think about the summer Corey and I both spent at camp, a part of me couldn’t believe that it was already time for their wedding. These are the moments that I really stop and realize that time does fly right by.
Corey’s dress is one of the most amazing heirlooms I have ever seen. Corey is the 4th generation in her family to wear this dress- it was first worn in 1933. It is all handmade lace. Handmade. Such intricate, beautiful detail. And I love that the women in Corey’s family have passed this down through the generations.
The girls help Corey get ready…
And the boys get ready… in their own way. ;)
The ceremony at Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church was beautiful.
Corey and Tim brought this frame as a fun prop!
Oh, hello willow tree.
Corey is an artist and hand made many details of their wedding. These cards were at each table and say “I love you” in different languages- handwritten by Corey.
Corey and Tim knew how to throw a good party…
Two words. Gangnam. Style. (I am sure you’ve heard of Gangnam Style and seen the dance by now. But if you haven’t, it’s definitely worth a watch on YouTube). :)
Corey and Tim, what a wonderful wedding! And I pray all the best for you in your marriage! Love you guys!