What’s great about Alex and Kyle is that no matter the circumstance, it doesn’t seem like anything can shake the amazing love these two share. They met nearly ten years ago while in middle school, and ever since, they have only grown better as individuals and as a team. Throughout their entire wedding day, despite a blistering record-breaking heat, they were never anything but overjoyed. I didn’t hear even a single word of agitation or even a hint of annoyance at the situation. Keep in mind. Alex was wearing a heavy (yet stunning) wedding dress, and Kyle was initially clad in his military formal uniform. Neither outfit designed for heat. But no matter the obstacle, the spirit shared would not be deterred. In fact, this wedding was nothing short of awesome, and I am so proud to have been a part of it. From their ringbearer’s amazing Cat Man mask to the excellently executed chest bump that opened the first dances, this day held so many special moments that I will remember for years to come. Alex. Kyle. You are two fantastically wonderful people that are no doubt going to enjoy a full, rich, happy marriage. I love the bond you so evidently possess. Never lose sight of the truly unique beauty that you have in your relationship and always remember that I’m here if you ever need a friend.
SPECIAL THANKS TO…
Coordinator – Flower Child Weddings (Ashley Cudsik)
Florist – Shamrock Florist (Ashley Williams)
Videographer – Aaron Heidman
Assistant Photographer – Chasity Posey
Wedding Dress – Bridals by Lori
Bridesmaid Dresses – Azazie
Tuxes – Men’s Warehouse
Cake Artist – Publix
Bouquets – Etsy
The bouquets were made of wood!!! Or well… the flower parts anyway. But still!
When you meet Alex’s parents, it’s easy to see why she became such a wonderfully sweet woman.
Gotta love the Dip Pic.
Featuring Cat Man, the incredibly heroic ringbearer!
At first Nico (ringbearer) wasn’t sure he wanted to come down the aisle, but once the Sour Patch came out, he literally ran.
A first. This box holds letters written by Alex and Kyle, each describing all the things they love about their counterpart. In five years (or sooner if need be), they will open this box and remember what it was they drew them to fall in love. It’s potentially one of the best ceremony unity ideas I’ve seen to date.
The first ever image of Alex and Kyle. The braces are gone, but the smiles are the same.
This world is better with you two together.