Wyatt and Bryli tied the knot this pasted weekend in an intimate home wedding. They wanted to get married on the family farm, so they chose to clear out Bryli’s childhood living room and exchange vows right there! I was blown away by the attention to detail and how their living room created such a beautiful spot for their ceremony.
I’ve know the Ham family for quite some time. In fact, Bryli was one of the first girls ever chosen to be a part of my senior street team program. I like to think we got very close during that time together. So when I found out that she had fallen for her brother’s best friend, I knew wedding bells were coming! I was so happy to celebrate with
I find my words falling short when I think about the Ham family and how close they are. They remind me a lot of my own family, in that regard. Christi and Bryli are the best of friends, her daddy was the only guy that mattered (until Wyatt, of course) and Cade has always been her ride or die. So to see the tears that flowed, the laughter shared and the memories made between them all was such a sweet thing to witness.
The extra special part of it all, was how seamlessly Wyatt seems to fit into the family. Like he was always meant to be there. Come to find out, Wyatt had his sights on Bryli way back in Preschool. A crazy random dream and an out-of-the-blue Snapchat later, these two are now Husband and Wife! What a ride!
We couldn’t end the day without sneaking out to the winter wheat field at sunset. These photos to me seem like the perfect representation of falling in love with the farmer’s daughter.
And, as always, this day wouldn’t be possible without this amazing crew!
Bridal Gown – Wild Rose Bridal
Florals / Decor – Christi Ham (MOB) and Annette Martin
Venue – J Ham Farms
Catering – Steve Ehrhart
Men’s Apparel – Carl’s
Bridesmaid Dresses – Vayda Jane Bridal
Invitations – Zazzle