This beautiful Greenville wedding was at the View Point at Buckhorn Creek with a gorgeous view (who would’ve thought right?) of the mountains. Nathan and Kelsie are missionary people at heart. I got the opportunity to meet them at a previous wedding and I remember listening to them talk about their lives both together and separate and how they both spoke with such intentionality and love for God and people. They both were pictures of calm and grace on their day and got married under this gigantic tree on one of the prettiest and sunniest days last summer.
One of my favorite parts of their wedding was before the ceremony when the groomsmen prayed over Kelsie and for Nathan and the beginning of their married life together. Okay guys basically – everyone was crying, I was almost crying (and I really don’t cry) and after the prayer we all kind of just took a moment and soaked in the fact that Kelsie was about to marry the man that she has loved through so many moments. Can I also side note that Kelsie wore a super awesome dress with pockets #bridegoals.
Nathan and Kelsie are my ideal couple for so many different reasons, but mainly because of how the love and serve others joyfully. This is the heart of why I do what I do – I want to love and serve my clients in a way that makes them feel loved and special and whole. Nathan and Kelsie exemplified this by how they loved and cared for each other on their wedding day. This wasn’t one of those days that those cheesy wedding quotes (you know what I’m talking about), but instead it was full of love and intentionality and hope for the future.
Thank you so much to Kimberly Cauble Photography for letting me come hang out with her for the day!