Louis and Kacie got engaged a year before the COVID pandemic, and never could have imagined all the ways they would have to adjust their plans to fit the state of the world.
The date was changed, the guest list was cut, and due to travel restrictions, the groom’s grandmother was unable to fly over from England to be with the couple on their big day. But even though she could not be there in the traditional sense, she dressed up in her formal attire and watched the ceremony from her phone.
“With all the chaos and craziness, our wedding actually turned out so much better than we could have ever expected,” the bride describes. “Having a more intimate wedding with just our closest family and friends made it so much more special. Truly a night we’ll never forget.”
About the venues
Louis and Kacie kept it close to home: the ceremony was held just down the street from Louis’s family’s home at Plymouth Orchards. This orchard holds a special place in his family’s heart: it belongs to his uncle’s family and was where both his older sister and cousin had their weddings.
Their reception was held at Karl’s Cabin, where Louis used to work. The celebration involved tons of delicious food, a few dozen games of cornhole, and lots of laughter.
|Photography: Images by Nic||Cake: Elite Sweets|
|Ceremony venue: Plymouth Orchards||Reception venue: Karl’s Cabin|
|Dress: Mimi’s Bridal Boutique||Flowers: Adorn Fine Flowers|