Justin & Wrenn decided to have an intimate wedding with their family members (and me, woo!). Wrenn wore her mother’s wedding dress & they chose to do a first look at Justin & Wrenn’s Jordan Hall Greenhouse Elopement on IU’s campus.
After the first look we headed to Bloomington’s City Hall for the ceremony. There is a point in every wedding that brings me to tears. Most of the time it’s a dance or a speech, but Justin & Wrenn tugged at my heart with their personal vows. I’m honestly getting chills just remembering them! Wrenn asked for Nolan & Norah to come up and she gave them each personal vows. I’m not crying, you’re crying!
Intimate weddings are gaining in popularity and I’m definitely here for it. Their day was so relaxed and we had plenty of time to focus on everything they felt was most important.
I asked Justin & Wrenn for a few helpful tips and here is what they had to say! When it comes to the planning, “Be on the same page as your partner and work together. Your wedding day is for both of you, and both of you need to be a part of making decisions.”
At one point, I may or may not have asked them to say salad dressings in their sexiest voices… okay, I totally did. I mean, what’s a wedding day without a little silliness?
My faaaavorite piece of advice from these love birds is, “It is your day, and it can be however you want. It is meant to be a celebration, and doing anything that knowingly adds negative stress in your life is not a very good way to celebrate. Relax and enjoy the moment.”
Seriously great words of advice. <3 I loved loved loved working with these two and celebrating their union!