Travis and Jess had set their wedding date for June 6, 2020. Little did they know that all of their best laid plans would have to be put on hold when the global pandemic hit. Rather than the large reception they had planned their outdoor wedding ceremony at Tibble Fork became a beautifully simple day full of advice from parents and promises made to start their new life together, all with the gorgeous backdrop of blue water and stately pines. It may not have been what they first imagined but it was a significantly beautiful and perfect day.
Jess walked down the aisle with her mom to greet a smiling Travis. Jess’s father is a Bishop for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and preformed the outdoor ceremony. As travel and guests were limited, parents were invited to be the only witnesses. Travis and Jess exchanged heartfelt vows and were pronounced man and wife. Following the ceremony they exchanged rings and received sage marriage advice from both sets of parents. It was a touching and heartwarming outdoor wedding ceremony at Tibble Fork.
Truly this was a heartfelt day, I told Travis and Jess I was almost jealous because the quiet intimacy and dear advice of their ceremony was so touching and not something you normally experience in the large wedding celebrations most plan. As soon as Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints reopen, the couple will be sealed for time and all eternity and have a large celebration with all of their loved ones. So despite the bumps and stresses of the past few months, the couple will get to experience the best of both worlds. I can’t wait to see what the future will bring for this very happy couple. Love you both dearly.
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