Rebecca and Michael were married in the Octagonal Barn at the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton, Virginia. We did their engagement a while back and you can see it here. My absolute favorite part of the day was after the ceremony when Aaron and I took a ride with the couple on a golf cart to seek out a place to capture their romantics. We were bumping along and I saw this gorgeous path. The light was so pretty and the couple was beautiful!
Pastor Mark told them in his talk about being intentional. Intentionally loving each other and intentionally following Christ. I could have shouted “Amen!” but I’m sure that would have disrupted things a bit! During the ceremony Rebecca and Michael sang a song together and later at the reception they sang a couple more songs with some of friends. It ends up that music is what brought them together. They grew up living very close to each other, went to the same college and yet they didn’t know each other! It wasn’t until Michael was doing an internship at a church that they met. I think it is very cool to share music as a couple. The only way I can ‘share’ music with my husband is in the car with the radio cranked as we sing at the top of our lungs to oldies but goodies! yes our kids think we are crazy! 🙂
Theresa, a very close friend of the bride, told in her speech that when Micheal looks at Rebecca she sometimes feels like she in invading their privacy! It is quite noticeable the love streaming out of his eyes for her! These two are talented, passionate and as they are intentional about life they will go far and do great things.
Blessings to you both!
Thanks to all the lovely people who helped out with Michael and Rebecca’s wedding!
Many of the details were carried out by friends of the couple!
Wedding Coordinator: Sharon Shoop
Cake Artist: Martin’s
Markup & Hair Artist: Kayla Farmer from The Avenue in Churchville
Wedding Dress: David’s Bridal