The day began at 8am in a little bed and breakfast and winery called Indian Creek Village. The girls had just woke up and was ready for breakfast. After we sat down and ate I decided do capture some detail shots while the girls got semi-ready. It was a very chill morning while all the girls hung out in Bride Heather's room while listening to some country music and eating muffins. After a while I walked over to the chapel, which is conveniently close by. Heather had the cutest peacock made out of bottles outside the front of the chapel. There were so many personal details throughout the day. Groom's mother Sally had made Heather's garter and a beautiful knitted shaw. Along with the physical personal details there were also many that could only be seen with the heart. While getting ready Heather wrote Groom John a note for him to read before he saw her walk down the isle. The wedding went off beautifully with many laughs as the couple read their personal vows. Everyone in that chapel could see the love and tenderness this couple had for each other. After the wedding everyone headed over to the reception hall where music was playing and dinner began. It really was a great day. I love how best man Jonathan and party rocker Taft hit knuckles as a sign that everything went down great. Congrats Mr.&Mrs. John Blumer and may you have a long and beautiful life together!