Here’s something a little different than our normal weddings – a roaring 20s outdoor micro wedding! Haiden and Jeremy originally had plans for a Great Gatsby wedding at the beach, but Covid caused them to pivot. They talked with one of our previous couples and decided to choose Chapel in the Hollow for their big day — yay us! They still brought a little 20s flair into their woodsy wedding, and I think you’re going to love the way it turned out! Her dress is classic and gorgeous with a beautiful flow. The grasshoppers loved it while we were in the field. His suit was a last minute purchase three days ago and complemented her look beautifully. They incorporated their little boy into the ceremony which made it unique and personal to them. Congratulations Haiden and Jeremy!!
From the Bride:
I was working for hospice and worked with his mother Deanna several nights. Deanna and I had often joked about a trip to Vegas, and she would give me her oldest son’s # in case she got arrested whenever we decided to go. Then she ended up raising her great niece so I decided to plan a surprise baby shower for her. I didn’t know what she had so I decided I needed to consult with a family member. I had graduated with her youngest son Easton and knew he couldn’t be trusted to keep it a secret, so I thought I’d look up her other son and message him to see what she needed. I had to do a little Facebook stalking since she had her friends list blocked. All I knew was his name was Jeremy and that he and Easton were complete opposites and had different last names. Eventually, I found him. He was currently living in Kentucky transitioning back to West Virginia to help his mom with Storm. I messaged him to see what Deanna needed for her new baby. He didn’t attend her baby shower. Then, when I knew he was watching Storm, I would message him just to see how he was doing. About a month went by before I asked if I could drop off some Christmas presents for Storm and leave them on the porch since I knew Deanna was at work. He said, “Yes, but wait till I get home.” So, I waited and finally went over, and he invited me in to talk for a minute at 6:30. We sat there talking/laughing till 2am.