A Tennessee Whisky Wedding
About two months ago, I had the pleasure of attending A Tennessee Whisky Wedding and not just any ole wedding. There’s something about a Spring wedding that makes you take a deep breath while watching in awe as friends and family look on.
The bridesmaid looked very classy and the groomsmen were dapper.
Even the ring bearer and flower girls made you feel the love.
If I had to say, the best part of any wedding is when the braid and groom show their parents thanks with the smallest gesture. A dance is an expression of love that says, ” I will always value our bond and valuable lessons you have prepared me for in this moment.”
It was time to celebrate with plenty of cake to spare as the braid and groom playfully exchange a piece. Wink!
Now y’all know a celebration is not a celebration without throwing the bouquet, garter, and line dancing.
“When a man’s life is interrupted and awaken by a woman he has found a universe of peace. And when a women finds a husband she has the building blocks to her universe.”
~ Modern Day Confidence
In most cases getting married is not about the wedding yet the love, passion, trust, and exchange of thanks for changing each others lives. If you have not yet experienced this form of Tennessee Whisky lovin I suggest you keep loving on yourself until you find that love.
Photo Credit: Marlo Dunlap