Lindsey and Caleb wanted to get married outside where Lindsey grew up on the Blair homestead. September 8th was one of those days where you really wasn’t sure if it was going to rain the whole day. And that didn’t change even during the wedding, but it held off through the wedding and reception. Dark caught us a bit earlier than we thought because of the deep clouds, but that didn’t damper the mood of this sweet couple and their families.
As I watched Lindsey and Caleb interact with each other and Camden, I was struck by the obvious love they share, and the patience I see them have with their precious little boy. They met in class at ACS, and neither life has ever been the same. They both work hard to provide for their family and their dedication to each other and Camden couldn’t be more obvious.
I was so impressed with how much their families worked to help make this sweet day possible for the Howards, down to firing up the smoker and fryer and Lindsey’s mom making her wedding cake. It was all perfect and proof of how much families are willing to do to help their children have a memorable day. I loved the rustic charm of the decorations, right down to the burlap sacks that covered the hay bales.
Lindsey, you were a beautiful bride, and Caleb, I know you don’t really like pictures, but you did awesome with these. Thank you both for allowing me to be a small part of one of the most important days of your lives. I wish you years of happiness and the love of a lifetime. The years will roll by faster than you can imagine, and I hope you always look back on your wedding day with a smile. Love and blessings, Pat