Ryan and Tanya were married on a sunny Saturday in the beautiful country. It truly was a day filled with excitement and just overall joy for the two of them! The century old church was beautiful and it filled quickly with their loved ones. The ceremony was filled with tradition and warm blessings for their future together. After greeting each of their guests, we were able to head to the Ryan’s family farm for some additional portrait fun! Ryan is pretty much in his element with that tractor around! I loved the opportunity to photograph them at a location that is sentimental! Next up was a reception that was filled with personal touches! From the cake that was hand made by Ryan’s mom, to the cupcakes that were decorated by his sister, to the blue apron that Tanya’s Grandmother made from her Grandfather’s shirt, this reception was amazing. And of course, one of my favorite things about the wedding is getting to sneak out at sunset with just the bride and groom. It is always a nice break from all of the activity and another reason to stop and take it all in! Congratulations Ryan and Tanya, this is just a tiny preview of the abundance of love, joy and excitement that made up your day. Cheers!