Angell's Forever, Part II
A collection of our favorite bridal photographs from our wedding day. We were married in August and New York was completely showing off her beauty in the surrounding greenery.
*Side note: Can I just throw in here how much I loved Brian's tux? He designed it & had it custom made, all which was made possible by Chaybans in Buffalo. Each detail was perfect, from the velvet bowtie to the gold cufflinks to the Satin pin stripe on his pants. My dress was a Maggie Soterro, and thanks to the Bridal Chateau in Williamsville, the delicate floral back, sleeves, & buttons were also designed & added on. Bridal sashes can be terribly expensive, (and because of our big move only a few short days after, our budget was limited) I decided on Silk & Willow ribbon that added the most dreamy elements, the quality of ribbon is hand dyed, so each is unique & one of a kind.
Brian came into my life when I wasn't even looking. I was supposed to be leaving for Thailand just two weeks after he was heading home to California. I see now, no matter how much I calendar, plan, or think I have my life figured out, God steps in and points me in the path of the bigger picture, helps me when I begin stumbling my way through it all. Through this whole process, I learned more about the word "trust" than I ever had before. Trust means you might have to take a few steps into the unknown, or sometimes, even a whole mile before the sun starts to rise and you understand how everything is connecting and coming along together. Brian is, and always will be my strength & supporter. He loves me with a love so pure, and so tender, a love I wouldn't trade a world of treasures for.
He has always loved me deeply, and without reservations.
Boldly, and yet with such grace and softness.
The day I became his wife, and every day after, is quite easily, the best day of my life.