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“I had this vision of my wedding for years,” Kat says. “That it would be my friends and family and loved ones all dancing barefoot on the grass. I remember having a moment at the reception where I realized that was exactly what was happening and that it was even more wonderful than I imagined.”

Harper and Matt met at freshman orientation at Samford University, and had dated for four and a half years before they got engaged. Matt planned his proposal at . . .

There’s something to be said for subtleties: the type of beauty that doesn’t jump out at you, waving it’s arms and saying “look at me, I’m pretty!” – but instead just sits there, patiently, knowing it’s lovely and waiting for you to discover it. In today’s wedding, it’s all about those subtle beauties, the delicate and the fragile, the unassuming and the lovely . . .

Have you ever experienced one of those rare moments of pure happiness, that you just keep coming back to think on it? Today’s wedding had a handful of those…

“I choose you to be no other than yourself. Loving what I know of you, and trusting who you will become. I will respect and honor you, always and in all ways. With you I pledge to repair one small piece of the world. I take you to be my spouse, to have and to hold, in tears and in laughter. In sickness and in health. To love and to cherish from this day forward, in this world and the next.”

I have known Abby since she was in middle school! It was so fun to reconnect with her and her family as she prepared to marry a sweet Texas boy. Abby and Chris got married in a family friend’s “recording barn” on an unusually warm and sunny late December day.

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