She was completely at peace, and the only thing she had on her mind was him.
In the morning, Angela walked through her hotel room as if it was just another beautiful day, but it wasn’t just any day, it was her wedding day. She looked as if she just spent two weeks at the ocean, that look of joy and serenity. She was soft and glowing, and had a confident knowledge that she will feel safe and content to walk beside Tom the rest of her life.
Once Angela put on her wedding dress, one of the little flower girls said, “When Tom see’s you, he’s gonna faint.”
The whole day centered around Angela’s gentle and blissful energy. Her family was lighthearted and joyous, Tom eyes were captivated by his beautiful bride, and friends felt showered with love.
I could sense a heavenly grace throughout the day; the breath of God blowing in the wind.
I adored all the gorgeous summer wildflower bouquets and florals. The outdoor Mellon Park ceremony was intimate and precious, with Angela’s father officiating most of the ceremony, followed by a colorful reception at a beautifully restored historic Pittsburgh church.
During the reception, that same little flower girl approached the the dessert table, took a long look at all the delicious treats, and I overheard her say out loud to herself, “I feel like I’m in heaven.”
It only confirmed my thought, that it was indeed, a heavenly day.
Congratulations to my dear friend, Angela, and her wonderful guy, Tom.
And a special thanks to the following for making Angela and Tom’s wedding so beautiful and memorable: