If rain on your wedding day is good luck, these two should have no problems — ever.
Casey and Tyler shared their “I dos” at the Morganton Community House in… wait for it… Morganton. It’s a beautiful old place, appropriately wedding-day-white!
While the sun was short-lived, it didn’t matter. The bride was brilliant enough just by herself. Glowing, happy, anxious, gracious — beautiful. And the groom and his groomsmen — well, they were rowdy, rambunctious, excited and fun!
Casey’s aunt is a stylist and owns her own salon. For the ladies, that’s where the day started. The salon was closed to outside business and the girls spent the morning being pampered with massages, pedicures, manicures and beautiful ‘dos.
Only one slight downfall to the community house… the ladies have to get ready in a coat closet:
The guys had to do the Ricky Bobby “what do I do with my hands?”
Casey chose to do a bridal boudoir session. Part of that session is a “little black book” to give to your man on your wedding. Here, Tyler receives his “little black book” in private, just before the ceremony:
Apparently every Bannerman, whether by blood or by marriage, has to learn to clog. Casey was a good sport and learned a few steps before the wedding. The entire Bannerman clan donned their cloggin’ shoes and helped Casey break hers in:
Everything about this day was just perfect. Yes, even the rain and crazy thunderstorm. The love that surrounds Casey and Tyler from their friends and families was beautiful to witness. Thank you both for allowing me the privileged of capturing your day!