Hana and Trevor had such a beautiful wedding ceremony at the little white church in the quaint town of Richland, MI and then their wedding reception was in Plainwell, MI at the very popular Old Mill Brew Pub. The weather was honestly just terrible on for their Fall wedding. It rained when we could outside, and didn’t rain when we were inside…..that can be so frustrating for all, however Hana and Trevor were so easy going about it all….they were getting married rain or shine!!! 🙂
I am so happy they me to be their photographer….they were just a job to work with all the through the process this past year. I wish them only the very best as they start their married life together. Enjoy these days of camping together!! 😉 What a fun memory that will be years from now. Enjoy your sneak peak you two as you tell us your story of the day!! HUGS!!
Trevor and I are both from Michigan, we grew up about 20 minutes from each other, but never knew it. We didn’t meet until we were both living in Colorado. We met in July 2014, but did not start dating until December 2014. Trevor and I developed a friendship prior to dating-he was always consistent and followed through with his word, and made me feel like a priority, which was unlike any man that I had met prior to him.
Was there an official proposal?
There was an official proposal. Trevor proposed on August 6th, 2017 in a sunflower field in Midland County. He tricked me-my parents and our dog were present for the proposal.
My special memory was reading a letter from Trevor before the ceremony. It’s something that we both chose to write to each other and a memory that we will be able to keep forever.
What I love most about Trevor is his calmness-he never gets worked up about things and always keeps me grounded. What I love about Hana is her heart.
Trevor and I love to spend time with our dog, whom we call Kitty. (That’s a long story-his real name is Tucker.) We love to snowboard, brewery hop and watch movies.
The best memory of my wedding was looking at Trevor as I walked down the aisle. He was so handsome and I knew we were making the right decision.
(Trevor’s best memory) Seeing you for the first time in your dress, seeing you walk down the aisle with your Dad, putting the ring on your finger.
Honestly, there is nothing that I would have changed about the wedding day. I tried to be mindful/calm and soak in every minute. Seriously-the day was perfect.
Trevor said he wished the weather would have been better.
We have not went on our honeymoon yet. We will go to Portland, Oregon in December. That’s actually another piece of advice that I would share. Trevor and I both agreed that waiting to take a honeymoon was a good idea. We were both so exhausted after the wedding and having something else to look forward to adds to the excitement of being newly married.
-God -Being better than we were the day before -Living a simple life
Our biggest accomplishment together is doing long distance for 3 months while Trevor was living in Michigan and I was still in Colorado. 3 months isn’t long, but it made us both realize even more how much we wanted to be in each other’s lives.
The day goes by so fast-don’t get caught up in the silly things. Also, hire a videographer. I am so thankful that we had one so I can WATCH the events of the day as well as capture them via photo.