Whistler Knoll Wedding

Matt & Libby

I started grabbing images for this blog and quickly decided it will need to be blogged twice it’s that good. So that means, this post focuses solely on these two beautiful people…

My words from their wedding night (June 14) as found on Instagram:

I tried 5 times to record and share a story tonight about my feelings. I either – A. cried too much on camera to feel comfortable enough sharing. B. ran out of time jabbering on about the feelings. Or C. said fuck too many times to also feel comfortable with sharing.

Life is not lollipops and rainbows all the time for anyone. The past few weeks for me have been more like brussel sprout pops and old wrappers littering your car. I’m pretty maxed out. And in complete sincerity I wasn’t much looking forward to this week.

Yesterday was the studio open house. Today was an all day wedding. And tomorrow is a full day down near Madison for a small business session. Packed. P.A.C.K.E.D.

But through these last few weeks, I kept showing up. Mostly because I had no choice. But also because I knew Joe was doing the same thing in his life. Stressed, but showing up.

Being married is one of the great joys of my life. Knowing I’m never in any situation alone, even if I am actually alone, is very comforting. Today I was reminded of that great joy because the two individuals in this picture shared it with me through their actions. I can’t say enough good things about them, their families and this day. So I’m not even going to try.

I’m glad to have the encouragement to show up each day. And I’m eternally grateful this day included true love.

Whistler Knoll Wedding