From flower girl fairies and flower crowns, to bagpipes and kilts, this June wedding was uniquely wonderful. As with their engagement session, Diana and Josh were not afraid to make their wedding day reflect who they are as a couple – and I believe the day reflected them beautifully. They exchanged their vows in the small amphitheatre at Brandywine Creek State Park in Wilmington. This tree covered space was just right for a quiet, intimate, outdoor ceremony. (ok – the bagpipes weren’t quiet, but I don’t think anyone minded because that was just amazing) A reception followed at the Blue Ball Barn (in Alapocas State Park). It was a great space to enjoy a sweet toast from Diana’s brother, beautifully designed prayer cards (made by another family member), their first dance, and all that went along in celebrating with their family and friends. Diana and Josh, it’s been such a pleasure, congratulations!
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