This beautiful couple was the first casualty from COVID spring of 2020 postponements but their new fall wedding date did not disappoint.
Meet our bride and groom: Jenna and Hayden
"March 2019 He proposed while we were fishing in a neighborhood pond, something we’ve done dozens of times before. We were dressed in our best sweatpants and baseball hats. I wasn’t having much luck catching anything so he offered to switch my lure. I turned around and he was on one knee with a ring tied to the end of my pole. I just couldn’t help but laugh and scream YES! It was perfect for us."
"Originally planned for the spring (March 2020) I wanted navy and neutral colors. Flowers with loads of greenery. Pops of soft colors. Luckily it all worked for the fall wedding we ended up having due to COVID."
"My grandfather handcrafted the arch all on his own. It was very special for us and he did an outstanding job. The florist really decorated it beautifully as well."
"My favorite was the shelf of family wedding photos. We have so many examples of love in our life I wanted to display it."
"My favorite part was dancing to “into you” with Hayden. He’s not a dancer but gave me that slow dance even after the bride and grooms “first dance".
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Jay!
Photography | Danielle Kennedy Photography
Caterering | Tacos 4 Life
DJ | Rebirth Djs
Flowers | Robyn’s Flower Garden
Wedding Cake | Scrape the bowl bakery