Y'all, Saturday's wedding was a dream! Simply put, I was beaming with joy watching two co-workers-become-friends make the commitment of a lifetime to each other. Carter and KayLynn had a beautiful day; I couldn't wait to share these pictures with you!!

Here's a small recap of what Stephen and I saw through our time there...

When Stephen and I arrived, KayLynn had just slipped into her dress and was a stunning bride! The first look was right after at John Brown University in front of the Cathedral, where their relationship first took off in college. Carter was so in awe of how KayLynn looked, and it was so fun to take pictures there!

When we got back to the church, it was nearly time to get married! They were both so giddy to the moments leading up to then. It was one of my favorite things to see them so happy throughout the day. :)

...also, I still get excited when I see one of our pictures printed at our weddings. :) This one was from their fall engagement session just last year!

We LOVED this wedding party! They have the greatest friends and family. :)

Didn't the florist knock the flowers out of the park?? I loved those colors!!

Let me tell you all, the reception looked INCREDIBLE. They turned a gymnasium into one of the most beautiful receptions I've ever seen. Flowers, candles, stringed lights, and drapes adorned every inch of the room. It was STUNNING!

Congratulations you two!! We had SO much fun hanging out with you guys (and we're holding you accountable for a pizza and game night that you mentioned ;) ). Love you both!

Venue: Sager Creek Community Church

Photography: Stephen and Andrea Barnett

Catering: Edibles by Zoe

Reception MC: Caleb Katz (friend of B&G)

Wedding Cake: Harps

Flowers: Siloam Flowers & Gifts

Wedding Dress: David's Bridal

Tux/Suits: The Nitche Boutique and Bridal

Wedding Bands: Whites Jewelry and Coin

Bridal Hair/Makeup: Brequelle Weeks at Salon Synergy

Coordinator: Laura (friend of the couple)

Officiant: Rod Reed

DIY: Reception decor was put together by Jamie, Meg, and Tammy, with the help of many others, Honey Suckle, and Hobby Lobby. It looked amazing!