Emily and Patrick // 6.3.17


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Location: Selma, Indiana // Ceremony venue: The Golf Course at Cardinal Hills // Reception venue: The Ballroom at Cardinal Hills// Hair: Red Head Salon Boutique // Florist: The Flower Bin // Bridal Dress: Kim M. Bridal Boutique // Bridesmaids Dresses: Azazie // Men's Wear: Jos A Bank // Music: Bright Night Entertainment // Catering: Greg's RBI



What was your favorite part or moment of your wedding day?


The favorite part of our wedding day was during the ceremony. Our officiant wanted us to write letters to each other sharing why we loved the other person. During the ceremony he read the letters. It was a total surprise and we loved it. 



What are you looking forward to about your future together?


Patrick: I am looking forward to creating memories with each adventure we go on and seeing her face every night when I come home. 

Emily: I am looking forward to going through life with Patrick knowing that the future may be unknown but we will always have each other. 



If you could give one piece of advice to a future bride or groom, what would it be?


Patrick: Soak in every moment on your wedding day because it goes by quickly. 

Emily: Enjoy every step of the way. The planning process and wedding itself seems to come and go in an instant. Don't sweat the little things - the end result is that you will be married to the love of your life. 



Are there any specific photos you can't wait to see? 


Patrick: I can't wait to see the pictures of Emily walking down the aisle. 

Emily: I'm excited to see the pictures that were taken in the fields of long grass.



What did you enjoy most about having Kirsten Wray Photography as your wedding photographer?


Patrick: Kirsten was extremely easy to work with, very professional and made everything fun. 

Emily: From start to finish Kirsten was energetic and precise. She was patient and made picture taking seem like a breeze. All involved loved working with the team and had a great time. We can't imagine our wedding day without Kirsten Wray Photography.