"I will never be perfect for you but I will always imperfectly try to be." - Atticus
One day, while traveling the world looking for individual experiences and exposure to new cultures, food, and scenery...a boy met a girl. And on that very same trip, that boy told that girl, "I'm going to marry you"...
And that's exactly what he did!
On the perfect rainy day in May in front of all of their (really fun) friends and family, Lauren and Jacob tied the knot. I remember setting up their wedding arch at The Audain Art Museum as heavy rain created a waterfall between the ceremony and the backdrop of lush trees. As I made sure the ceremony was protected from the down pour, I remember hearing Lauren's voice saying, "when we checked out the venue it was pouring rain and I just loved the sound and it created, it was so romantic". The only bride in history who wished for rain on her wedding day, and she was right.
The mood was set, the wedding party was looking chic, and the guests cuddled up in blankets as Lauren and Jacob exchanged their vows. It was absolutely, perfect.
From their earthy but feminine colour palette, to the shot ski, to their hilarious groomsmen...not a beat was missed! Don't believe me? Check out their seating chart that told a piece of their travel story, and their table numbers that told tales of where they've been. The details never lie!
Thank you Lauren and Jacob for allowing us to become characters in your love story. We can't wait to hear what's next on your adventure.
Warm Holiday Wishes to all of our BVE couples out there (old & new!)
PS. One of my favourite details from Lauren and Jacob's wedding was the table of old family photographs they had on display. Dating back generations they paid homage to their grandparents and great grandparents for teaching them what marriage means and what true love endures. That's gold.