Sariah And Parker’s bohemian East Texas wedding day felt like we were all living in the same daydream. These two love each other hard, and it was the biggest joy to capture.
I’m not going to lie. Every time I begin writing this post, I end up stopping myself because what I write never seems to do this Texas wedding day justice. From the boho, hand made wedding decor to all the special moments shared between these two and their guests. This day held magic that I have never before witnessed and it was so amazing. I can’t quite put into words the emotion in the moments that I captured during their wedding ceremony, so i’ll leave it to the photos. As you look through this gallery, I hope you feel the same emotions that I did on this day. The love, warmth, awe, and nothing but joy.
THE WEDDING CEREMONY
I couldn’t stop myself from writing a little bit about Sariah and Parkers East Texas wedding ceremony because of how much it touched my heart. After photographing as many weddings as I have, it takes quite a bit to bring me to tears. A crying dad, romantic first dance, or even the sappiest vows don’t get me crying (I know, I’m heartless). But this wedding ceremony y’all, I was in TEARS.
The whole ceremony was full of emotion and genuine love. From the look on Parkers face when he saw Sariah for the first time to the way they celebrated by dancing back down the aisle together. The heartfelt lyrics in the worship songs and the couple symbolically washing each others feet. The surprise on Sariah’s face after she saw her bohemian wedding band for the first time and the hand-written vows the two exchanged. From the carefully curated boho wedding decor to all the people surrounding these two on their day. Not a SECOND of this ceremony wasn’t awe inspiring.
The love that Sariah and Parker share is beautiful. It’s the kind of love like that is going to change the world. BUT, their love for Jesus was one of the most beautiful things I have ever witnessed. In the middle of their ceremony they took time to worship God alongside their guests. As a friend from their church started singing a worship song, both Sariah and Parkers families joined them on the altar to worship with them. Seeing the way that their families laid their hands on these two in prayer, brought me (and everyone there) to tears. You could feel the holy spirit in the most real way at this Texas wedding and it was so amazing.
I remember leaving this day reflecting on how amazing this couple is and what a great reflection of the Lord they are. In my opinion, that is what a wedding day is all about. Celebrating, not only, the love that two people share, but the person who brought them together in the first place.
So much love for these two.
P.S. Sariah is such a boss lady. She hand made 90% of her wedding decorations by herself and planned this whole day without any help! She even started her own wedding rentals company in East Texas after realizing the insane talent that she has with this sort of thing!! Her pieces are super bohemian and vintage and are perfect for any wedding day! Check it out here!!