“Don’t sweat the small stuff.”
It’s easy to say, but it can be so hard to actually do. We get caught up in the stress of life. So much to do, so little time. Sound familiar?
But then there are people who you can tell actually don’t sweat the small stuff. And not only that, they really live in the moment. Sure, it sounds a little cheesy, and a little cliche. But those people who really live for the now, they are inspiring.
Kelsie and Ben – they are those people.
They go with the path that life is taking them on without a second doubt.
They lean on each other with complete trust.
They live for the fun in life.
They giggle together.
All the time.
They giggle in the most energetic and joyful way. Even just a glance at each other and the giggles erupt.
And it may be a simple giggle, but it’s how they live life. Simply. Happily.
It’s so refreshing, and so full of love.
Here’s to hoping we can all be a little bit like them. And giggle just a little bit more 😉
Enjoy my favorites from their Wedgewood Boulder wedding.
Kelsie and Ben exchanged notes before the ceremony. I have no idea what they said, but from the look on their faces, they were pretty sweet notes!
Kelsie and her mom have the sweetest relationship. It’s like they’re best friends.
Kelsie you are stunning!
The snow may have prevented the ceremony from happening outdoors, but that didn’t stop it from being beautiful!
The most perfect reception decor. Romantic, sweet, and oh-so-classy.
Ria from Nature’s Grace Design did it again – stunning florals!
This reception room makes my jaw drop.
After the ceremony, we went outside for some snow portraits. The snow was coming down in the biggest, most beautiful flakes.
Totally worth freezing for.
Her eyes. Her smile. His gaze at his new wife.
Reason #45 why I always have a cute umbrella in my trunk –
you’ll never know when you’ll need it.
Such a sweet first dance together.
Kelsie’s ring makes me drool…. Good job Ben 😉
A dessert spread for the reception. Love the macaroon idea!
Just before their grand exit, we snuck away for a few more portraits. The snow had slowed and made for the perfect backdrop.
A grand exit with ribbon wands! Such a great idea! I love how my second shooter, Sarah, and I got such different shots of their exit. Love having second shooters!
Congratulations again, Kelsie & Ben!! You two are absolutely amazing together and your spirit for life is contagious
Remember to show some love and leave a comment below! 25 comments gets these two a free 11×14 print of their favorite image!
Also – if you or someone you know is getting married, be sure to check out my 10 year celebration special!