On Sept 9th, she said I do to her tall, dark and handsome man. There are some people that just complete each other, I know I’ve probably said that before. However I’ve been around Barb quite a few times, and my only chance to meet Kent before the wedding was as the Helicopter was pulling away (we’ll get to that later). There’s an energy between them, I like to call them my super hero couple. Barb is with the Canadian forces, Kent is a Search and Rescue tech. They’re selfless, hilarious, amazing and so deeply in love. Surrounded by close family and friends, at the Hibb’s family cabin off of Bauline Line they said their vows and sealed it with a kiss. The rest of the day was spent buckled over in laughter, getting stung by hornets, being gifted sexually suggestive dice and full of beautiful, beautiful people.
Jeeze, I’m tearing up and everything.
A wonderful surprise from Kent’s buddies in SAR.
The smiles from the little ones aren’t easy to get sometimes, the bridesmaids caught on to my secret…
This crooked big chair caught our eye, but little did we know underneath it was a gigantic hornets nest. Did I ever tell you how my brides are troopers? Two stings on her bare foot. What did she do? Walk it off.
Are you swooning yet?
No direction needed, they were this natural, this incredible.
I’m really glad my grooms past and present like to break it down.