Mike stood at the front of the ballroom. He tightened his grip on the microphone. Warm smiles beamed up at him as he looked at the crowd. He looked to his left. Hailey, his bride, his wife, smiled up at him. He smiled back. Their River Hills Country Club wedding had been beautiful.
“It took a second to sink in. They were married. Husband and wife. Mr. and Mrs.”
Had. Their wedding had been beautiful. And it took a second to sink in. They were married. Husband and wife. Mr. and Mrs. The day had been perfect. And they were still surrounded by their family and friends. He had never been so happy.
He looked out with a million things and nothing to say. Overwhelmed by the love he felt for each one of their guests, he smiled. He had nothing but thanks to give. The room was quiet. He took a deep breath.
“He was overwhelmed by the love he felt for each one of their guests.”
Hailey and Mike’s wedding was nestled outside of Tampa at the River Hills Country Club. Not only was it a gorgeous spring day, but Hailey and Mike’s dream had definitely come alive. Hues of pinks, creams, and navy enveloped the reception, and the simple beauty of the garden decorated their ceremony space.
Both the bridal party and the groom’s party spent the morning with music, laughter, and some pre-wedding gitters. Their sweet ceremony, which took place beneath a large, mossy oak tree, started late afternoon. It was perfect. And, it allowed us to immediately follow with gorgeous sunset images for the bride and groom.
Hailey and Mike,
Gah, you two. Where to begin? I have nothing but celebration and thankfulness when I think of you and your beautiful marriage. You two have so much fun together, and I love that you can make each other laugh so easily. Your strength as a couple is evident. You have passion, drive, and a whole lot of giggles. I can’t wait to see where the next 50 years will take you and your family! Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Borrelli!