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That’s how I felt on July 4th. I was working, but it was fun. Tracy and Troy’s wedding was a celebration – a family and friend affair complete with bright colors, tons of laughs, bubbles, and amazing food.
Tracy and Troy’s relationship pretty much parallels the song by Rascal Flatts “God Bless The Broken Road.” They have both been married before, and it just wasn’t right. When they met, they knew it was. It was right.
Tracy told me that they met because Troy installed her cable. Her Mr. Right was her cable guy – how perfect is that?! Because they had both been married before, they knew that they didn’t want to wait forever to be married. To start a family. Little Tucker was born last December; uniting Tracy and Troy forever.
Along with Tucker, their family includes Bailey – Tracy’y 16 year old daughter. Bailey and Tracy have an amazing relationship – they are so easy going and loving with each other, it’s a pleasure to experience. That is something that struck me – that Tracy wanted to include her daughter Bailey as much as possible in the day. From picking out the perfect dress for Bailey to wear, to having both of their hair done in the morning, and having Bailey stand up with Tucker during the ceremony, Bailey was front and center in their union. Tracy and Bailey, uniting with Troy – and bringing Tucker into the mix. It was beautiful.
Tracy was just so happy to be marrying Troy, and when he looks at her, he can’t help but smile. They have a loving and happy life ahead of them, and I am so thankful I got to be a part of their journey – where their broken roads met and their two different paths became one.
Tracy and Troy – thanks for everything. I hope that every time you look at these photos, you relive your amazingly beautiful day. I hope that they make it so that you never forget the eager smiles, happy tears and little giggles of your wedding day.
God bless your new family. Enjoy.