Kyle and Hannah met during their senior year of high school but didn’t start dating for some time. When Kyle decided to propose to Hannah, he asked her to meet him at his grandma’s farm. When she got there, Kyle led Hannah to the forest behind his grandmother’s barn under the false pretense of spying on an eagle. Kyle began talking about all the memories they had made together on that property like having a paint fight, picking blackberries, going on gator rides, and getting lost on the back roads together. He then told Hannah how excited he was that he would someday inherit the farm and how much he wanted to continue making memories there with her. Kyle then got down on one knee, in the mud, and proposed.
Hannah and Kyle’s ceremony was probably one of my favorite Catholic ceremonies of all time! They took care to add so many personal touches, including a quartet of singers to sing all of the beautiful hymns like a choir of angels, and a musical number performed by the bride and groom themselves! There was such a feeling of peace and love in that church– it was undeniable that their union was blessed from on high.
I was able to witness how Hannah and Kyle are the Yin to each other’s Yang. There were some very stressful moments during their wedding day, like a torrential down-pouring of rain, but Kyle was able to calm Hannah down while Hannah, later in the evening, pulled Kyle out of his shell and got him to let it all out on the dance floor! Luckily the rain only lasted a few hours and cleared up just in time for us to take full advantage of the gorgeous evening light and the stunning grounds at Klubhaus 61.
I love this couple and was so honored to be a part of their wedding day! Take a look at their enchanting wedding below and feel the love from the details they put into creating the wedding day of their dreams.
Venue: Klubhaus 61
Florist: The Flower Basket
Makeup Artist: Madeline Montee
Hair Stylist: Taylor’ed Look
Menswear: Men’s Wearhouse
DJ: TJ Fry
Cake: Julie Hopf and Ruth’s Red Velvet
Videographer: Fuhs Video