Planning a wedding during a pandemic and being unsure of what your wedding day will look like is already difficult enough, but when other unforeseen circumstances show up just a couple weeks before the wedding, it makes it even more challenging. Caroline and Nick had to change all their original wedding plans at the last minute, but I can’t stress enough how much I admire them for being able to do so with smiles on their faces. We ended up in Myrtle Beach with only maybe 20 of their immediate family members and their best man and maid of honor. Their love was so intense it had me getting goosebumps throughout the day and had me crying like a little baby during their vows (even when I watched it back in their wedding video) – and I swear I am immune to weddings at this point, but not this day. Every speech that someone made, every word they spoke to each other, every little moment was just so special. These two are absolutely meant to be together, and I’m so glad that they were still able to have this day, even if it looked a little different than they had planned. I’m grateful for my job for bringing me to people like this. You two will always have a friend in me, and I cannot wait to watch your love story continue.

Photographer: Allison Eding, Lightbloom Photography
Videographer: Middle Child Photography
Venue: Wicked Tuna, Myrtle Beach, SC
Flowers: Verzaal’s Florist

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