In the days and months leading up to the big day, you pray that everything goes perfectly. Sure, you have a Plan B in case it rains and an extra pair of flats if your heels start to kill your feet, but there is a lot left up to chance, too. Like most things in life, you have to take your vitamins, cross your fingers for sunshine and hope for the best, right!? While you do want to plan for the worst whenever possible, you have to remember that your wedding is just the first day of your new life with your husband. There, I said it! The wedding blogger is admitting that the wedding isn't the beginning and end of all things! It's not the end of the world! If it doesn't go perfectly as planned, yeah, it's a big bummer, but life goes on. It is what it is, and when you look back on your wedding day, you just want to know that you made the most of the day and that you enjoyed it with your husband, family and friends as much as you possibly could.
Today's bride was given a bit of a raw deal, but she definitely overcame it and made the most of her big day! Emily was sick the entire day before her wedding, and had to rely on her family to handle the majority of prep work including the setup and decor of the rustic barn reception venue. Despite the fact that she got virtually no sleep the night before, Emily awoke the next ay day at 7 a.m. to begin getting ready for her and Justin's marriage ceremony at the Twin Falls, Idaho LDS Temple. When the time came to say, "I do," Emily was forced to shake her head, "Yes" instead of saying the words aloud! What a bummer, right? Not really, because at the end of the day, Emily was still happily married to Justin, and photographer Sara K Byrne did an amazing job of capturing just how perfectly lovely the whole day was!
Sweet and Rustic Idaho Wedding - Vendors & Credits
Photographer: Sara K Byrne Photography
Venue: Hidden Springs Barn
Floral Designer: Edwards Greenhouse
Cake Designer: Greg Marsh Cakes
Rentals: Tates Rents
Wedding Stationer: DIY
Wedding Dress: David's Bridal
Bridesmaid Attire: Nordstrom
Guest Book: Rustic wooden guest book by Totally Salinda