Because our couples are often better writers than we are, we’ll just quote Stephen:
“Sometimes the best things in life, the best moments, are the ones you don’t plan and just work. I think this is one of those situations. Relationships are important to Katelyn and I, as are dynamics. We really appreciated meeting both of you [spontaneaously over coffee and crepes at Bradbury’s the morning of a wedding we would both be at!] and we think you two are sweet, professional and we value your approach. We are really put off by the “wedding-industrial complex” and feel as though working with you two would be back to human relationships and not just a commodity market.”
Oh my goodness, we’re so glad we didn’t plan this and it just worked (if you count them changing their date for us as something that “just worked”! What?!).
These two and their entire wedding day can be summed up with the definition of joy:
a feeling of great pleasure and happiness.