Day 1668 – Remembering Summer – Part 2

Ahhh, another warm wedding! This was a Circle D Farm wedding.

What I loved about this wedding was the gobs and gobs of uniqueness! Favorite part? The ribbon Handfasting ceremony. They had their parents, wedding party and a few very close friends wrap the ribbon around their hands. The best part was that each of those special people got to pick their own ribbon…something that fit their personality.

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About 365 days of marriage

I started this blog in April of 2011. At the time, Bret and I were wedding photographers and it was a way to share how marriage is more about the day to day and so much more than the wedding day itself. For about 5 years, I blogged about the joys and sorrows of the Christian walk, marriage, work, family and friends. I’ve blogged every day since a few weeks after I started. In May of 2015, we photographed our last wedding. Now, I have become passionate about simplicity, particularly in marriage, Christianity, business, travel and life. For a number of reasons, we have become minimalists. I’ve found that having simplicity makes life so much deeper, refreshing and joyful. I hope that this blog will help others see the benefits of living simply.

2 thoughts on “Day 1668 – Remembering Summer – Part 2

  1. Who were these fantastic people?! 😉
    For technical purposes it was called a Handfasting. It’s where the term “tie the knot” comes from. We chose to break tradition by including our friends and multiple ribbons. It was my favorite part of the ceremony too and has made for an awesome centerpiece to our mantle!

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