The way Tyler delivered his vows to Kaitlin is something I will never forget. He had them written on a folded piece of paper in his hands. However, he never once looked at his notes. Instead he looked her in the eyes and delivered the most lovely vows. I later heard friends talking about how much they each cried during the ceremony.
This couple is in deep love, and it is obvious. You could just feel it as they looked at each other. It was also clear that they have many people who love and support them, because they return that same kind of love and support to others.
One thing I will also forever remember about this wedding was riding in the side by side through the pine trees, down a very rocky road, with Tyler and Kaitlin, the wonderful photographer Bailey Dalton, designer Annie Spring, and the wedding organizer to beat the sunset. It was getting dark so we were flying to capture the last light. We were laughing and hooting, and holding on for dear life. It's moments like this, where things get really fun. Everyone relaxes and true personalities come out. And then I realize I'd love to hang out with these people regularly. And we captured some gorgeous scenes, and made it back with plenty of time for dancing. Although someone may have eaten Tyler's piece of Key lime pie.