I bet you’re all wondering what the title means.. well you must see these pics to completely understand how that works.
I wish every fall day was like. The weather was perfect, families were at Faulkners ranch riding horses, fishing, getting lost in the corn mazes and picking out the perfect pumpkin to carve. Other than the many people that were everywhere, this was the perfect spot for a wedding for Kami and Cory.
I don’t know if you noticed, but the groomsmen’s vests were camo, Kami has a sheer camo strip that was sewn into her dress so you could see it when it was bustled, and the bridesmaids also sported their camo ribbon across their dresses. I love it when brides creativity can mix a bit of fun and class as the same time. And then during the ceremony, of course we had to have a flock of birds heading south, fly over the guests and then deer walk near us.. and the pastor, of course, found it only necessary to stop so everyone could uw and aw. (I think Cory was drooling with the triple threat at his hands.. (Kami + deer + beer)
Every.. single.. friend.. and family member.. had a stinking blast. Scroll down to see what kind of interesting things can happen when you bring a big bucket of minos to a reception full of fearless people.
Congratulations Kami & Cory!