Keenan + Tate || november 22, 2014

The rumor is, “Rain on your wedding day brings good luck.” Whether that holds true or not, rain on your wedding day will bring about some truly fantastic moments.

These moments may be comical (that you might laugh at after the wedding, possibly not the day of), they may be trying (again, that you could look back on and understand why you had to experience after the wedding), but the rain moments can really be sweet and tender. Holding a hand to make sure you have the proper footing, snuggling closer to share that umbrella, sharing the jacket of your date to keep the night chill off of your shoulders. Sweet moments.

Keenan and Tate were married in November of 2014 and rain could have been the theme of their wedding. Back up plans started to be put into effect Thursday prior to the wedding, the rain started Wednesday and did no let up until Sunday morning. There vehicles that were stuck, a ceremony location that was moved, hair do’s that didn’t cooperate as intended, but most importantly, there were celebratory hugs and kisses and a lovely husband and wife at the end of the night. The guests came, visited, ate, drank and danced like never before and all was well.

Keenan and Tate are a true testament that rain on your wedding day is not a bad way to start your married life, and to us, rain is always good for a lifetime of good luck and love!

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{coordination} Kelly Nail || Ashley & Co.
venue} The Amish Barn at Edge
photographer} Jennefer Wilson Photography
caterer} Global Event Group
bar service} Luke’s Bartending Service
dj||ceremony + reception} Downtown Event Services
{baker} Sandee’s Sweets || friend of the family Frieda Haley
{florist} Postoak Florist || friend of the family Rebecca Attardo
{beauty} MediSpa
transportation} Agggieland Limo || Aggieland’s Classy Chassis
{facilities} First Class Rentals
rehearsal dinner} Traditions Club