The Amy Way.

amy brandt_0569Here is the thing I have come to know about Amy, through dinners, glasses of wine and birthday bashes, I am pretty sure that this girl deserves the world, only better. Amy is just one of those lights, one of those girls that you are 99% sure her heart beats just a little louder then everyone else’s. She is amazing.

So needless to say, I was more than excited to be a part of Amy’s day! Sharing happiness of great people is the best motivator when it comes to this business. I was ready from the moment my tires rolled onto that sweet 30A pavement! It will never grow old to me, how different weddings can be held in the same place but the day will have an entirely different vibration from the unique love that is being celebrated. Needless to say, I was praying Amy would have every wish met on this day.

Wouldn’t you know- it rained cats and dogs. The rain drops weren’t even normal sized they were MASSIVE and felt as if they were the size of eyeballs. So it rained. No one seemed to fuss over the rainy weather. We breezed through and knew that today we were going to celebrate Amy and Brandt and give glory to God, in any weather. Something Amy has taught all of us, in an “actions speak louder than words”, kind of way. The Amy way.

The rain clouds parted, the hair was set, lips were painted and we were ready to roll. It was really neat how Wesleyann was able to capture the day through the rainy mist. I mean these photos are some of my absolute favorite.

I think rain is beautiful. I think it washes away so much. It turns dust to mud and brings forth flowers. In a way, I almost feel as if those eyeball sized raindrops were rolling right off God’s happy cheeks for His beloved little girl. I think that is how God see’s all of us. As his precious babes and He delights and shares in all of it. Once the rain set side, the most Incredible sunset painted the Rosemary sky and it was time to bat those lashes and get movin’, onto the next part of life, onto the dance floor, onto the happily ever after.

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