Kaycee & Joseph are married and this one was a tear jerker! I loved this couple from the moment they walked into my studio. God has definitely orchestrated their meeting, their marriage and this beautiful day! Today I am sharing their ceremony at Bella Donna Chapel in McKinney, Texas. These two picked a special date, their anniversary so it landed on a Wednesday but they will be celebrating their vows with all their friends and family at The Modern Art Museum in September and I can’t wait to share that day with them!
I asked Kaycee what she was most looking forward to about her wedding and I loved the sweet reply she gave:
“The fact that it’s an intimate wedding in a unique venue, and that the reception is separate will make it memorable. We try to be intentional about the things we do, and we believe we have created some potentially amazing scenes to capture our love, the union of our families, and to share that with those we value the most.”
Their ceremony was truly intimate and sweet. One of my favorite things about Joe & Kaycee is how the love God first, then each other. Their ceremony was truly an act of worship and I know that their hearts are centered in His will because of what Joe told Kaycee when he proposed:
“Joe’s proposal was to be grand – a trip to Paris or something on that scale. But every time he tried to plan it out, God stopped him. He made it clear that this marriage is not about us – it’s about His will and about giving glory to Christ who has saved both of us, and He told Joe that he was to propose under Christmas lights in a very simple way that offers the marriage back to God. On that magical night under white Christmas lights, Joe put two rings on Kaycee’s finger – his engagement ring, and also an eternity band that is offered to Christ. Joe told Kaycee that she first belongs to Christ, so He gets the first ring. Joe will then put his band on her finger next to it on the day we wed.”
If that doesn’t make you cry…. I’m crying now!
Kaycee & Joe – thanks so much for sharing your love with me and I can’t wait for the party! Shout out to all the vendors who made the day so special: