Rylie and Ryan's wedding was honestly one of the most beautiful wedding days I have ever witnessed - both in aesthetic, and in soul. No really, the souls of these too. I could feel the love and warmth all day long. Rylie and Ryan had a very short engagement - they just could not wait to be husband and wife - and the way everything came together in just a couple short months made it clear that this marriage was just meant to be. The couple and their creative families DIY'd many of the details of the day, including the florals which Rylie's mother did herself!
The two started the day getting ready in bride and groom suites at The Ravington, a rabbit's feet factory turned wedding venue. One of the most memorable events of the morning was the emotional moment Rylie spent with her Maid of Honor (aka her mother) as she helped her into her dress and gifted her a new charm for a necklace Rylie had been wearing for years. Then everyone headed over to the Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel in Bella Vista, where they opted not to do a first look, but rather to make each other (and everyone else in the room) bawl as they saw each other for the first time in their wedding attire, when Rylie walked down the aisle with her father. The emotion and love in the room as the Rylie and Ryan vowed to love each other forever was almost tangible. They concluded the ceremony with songs of praise joined in by their audience of dear friends and family. After some portraits and alone time, Rylie and Ryan headed back to The Ravington, where their loved ones awaited them with a hot meal, moving toasts, and the dance party of a lifetime.
Congratulations to the newest Mr. and Mrs. McPeak!