It was the longest thirty seconds of his life. As Isaac stood near the long gravel road, he could hear Ellie making her way to him, and time seemed to move slower and slower with each soft footstep...Read More
It was a cloudy, gray morning as she got ready for her wedding day. Outside, there were occasional sprinkles, but it didn't dampen anyone's spirit as they prepared for the day ahead...Read More
She stood in front of a large mirror, applying makeup with one hand and petting her dog, Dozer, with the other...Read More
She peaked through the doors at the back of the chapel and saw him. He was standing at the front, his back to her, looking through the large panes of glass to the forest beyond. She smiled, allowing herself to get caught up in the significance of the moment...Read More
It was moments before she was to be married, and Kate was tucked away in a little room with a dozen of her closest friends. So much had happened to get her to this point...Read More
It wasn’t even ten o’clock in the morning and already so much had happened. Her hair was curled and pinned, tears were shed between loved ones...Read More
When she woke up, it was still dark and cloudy, with a spurt of misty rain falling occasionally. But despite the weather - despite everything that had happened leading up to this day - today was the day that she would become Mrs. Bean.
And absolutely nothing could ruin that.
As Taylor waited in a field with his back turned to the church, Regan opened the door and began to walk toward him...Read More
The air was unseasonably warm as light grey clouds rolled past the sun in waves over The Silos in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Inside the barn, a half a dozen ladies in monogrammed blue robes buzzed about, busy fixing eyelashes and curls and preparing for the day ahead...Read More
The day was already perfect. The morning was slow and relaxed as she prepared for her wedding day, yet it had gone by so very quickly and before she knew it, she found herself dressed in white and walking up behind the man she would soon marry...Read More
Lauren was all smiles as she peaked out the window to see Marshall drive up. In just a few short hours she would be marrying him, and in many ways, it felt like the most natural thing in the world to finally join their lives together.Read More
The flowers were ready. The decorations were in place. The dress was zipped up, and she was as ready as she would ever be. The ceremony was due to start in two hours, and Amanda stood outside the sanctuary doors, arm in arm with her father. The music began, the doors opened, and Amanda saw her groom waiting for her at the end of the aisle. Jeff smiled with tears in his eyes as Amanda’s father led her towards him, hugged her, and handed her over to her soon-to-be groom. And even though many of the circumstances leading up to that very moment had been bit overwhelming, none of that mattered anymore.Read More