Sarah and Calvin never planned to have a micro wedding. They had big plans to get married in front of their large extended families and all of their friends. Celebrating their reception under the stars with a beautiful white tent. They were to be wed at Calvin’s family farm before moving to Indianapolis to start their new jobs and their lives together.
Then COVID-19 entered the equation. And even though so many of their plans had to be adjusted, they did a beautiful job of preserving the most important aspects of their day! Family is important to these two, and that was obvious in every tiny detail of their wedding. From having their first look on Calvin’s childhood porch to her wearing a homemade veil from her grandma to Sarah’s uncle officiating their wedding as he did for each of her siblings… even her wedding day details were photographed on her grandmother’s vintage green chair! My favorite part of their ceremony was when her uncle shared that he had calculated several generations back, and between the two families there were 711 years of successful marriages. 711 years of til-death-do-us-part laying the foundation for their marriage to start adding to the tally… for the legacy to continue.
Sarah and Calvin, it’s impossible not to smile around you two! The positivity and joy you both radiated on the WINDIEST wedding day we have ever captured is absolutely contagious. (And now that you have Lucy running around wagging the whole back half of her body, your family is even more perfect!) Sarah, Calvin was right – you are lovely in that way that is hard to even put into words. And Calvin, there’s no greater compliment than your wife bragging on you for making everyone feel like someone. We would celebrate you two every weekend if we could, even in the middle of a pandemic! Congratulations!!! You deserve all the happiness in the world.
Want to see another micro wedding? Check out Katie and Riley’s big day! Loving the farm vibe? Lynlee and Jeremy celebrated their engagement at the beautiful Misty Maple Gardens property – check it out!