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Happy Friday everyone and how are you all? What a beautiful week it has been, the sun has been shining, it’s half term and life is good. Made even better with the news last night that we can now meet up with friends and family, all be it only 6 people but it’s better than nothing! I have been busy making plans with friends and family next week, and am super excited to at last be able to see a few people! So on with today’s wedding and it’s the turn of Gal and Michael who were married on 18th August at Longmont, Colorado. Their friends and family named them ‘Sunshine Souls’ as they are so full of good energy and bring with them a certain warmth when they are together. Their day is full of colour, beautiful natural decor and the biggest smiles you ever did see. Big thanks to DBK Photography for the lovely images.
Gal and Michael had the most moving Lone Hawk Farm wedding celebration in Longmont, Colorado, surrounded by family and friends. Lone Hawk Farm is such a sweetly quaint and utterly beautiful wedding venue. Everything felt like a classy garden party. Beautiful wooden tables were arranged in a courtyard underneath hanging twinkle lights. Each held antique-looking vases of various garden flowers, and each guest had a tiny potted succulent at their place setting.
But Gal and Michael didn’t worry much about things like the timeline, or any classic ceremony “traditions,” instead putting all their focus on enjoying every single moment of their day, and being 100% true to themselves. Within just a few minutes of the day beginning, I could tell these two were the real deal, and I could not help but admire their capacity for taking the time to breathe and soak in the present.
They met on Tinder, of all places. Luck was on their side when they both swiped right and took the chance on each other to go on a first date. On the surface, it didn’t seem like they would have much in common. Michael is an outdoorsy kind of guy—a real “mountain man” as someone referred to him during their ceremony—while Gal is, well, not quite that. But when you see them together, you just get it. Over and over, throughout the ceremony and during the toasts at the reception, family and friends referred to Michael and Gal both as sunshine souls. They each have this light in them. This warmth. And they bring out the light and warmth in each other.
These two sunshine souls were destined to find each other.
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