Five years ago when Brittany & Tyler got married, they were in the armed forces- Brittany was in the Army, and Tyler was in the Air Force. They had their little girl Kinsley, and and were busy raising their daughter, and defending our freedom. They hadn't had the chance to have the company of their friends and loved ones witnessing their wedding and they really wanted that so much. So when things in life started to settle down, they got to planning their big day at SunMill Farms.
Four year old Kinsley was all over the place that day! She was the Doll of Dade City at this wedding! She may even grow up to be a photographer one day! She was really interested in learning how to take wedding photos. Renee gave her a bit of training!
Brittany and Tyler had their first wedding on January 1st, so they got as close as they could to that day and had their vow renewal on December 29th. They went with the comfy holiday colors or vibrant red with pine cone accents to bring the holiday mood. The girls wore fun and functional shirt dresses, while the guys kept in casual in jeans. perfect for a rustic wedding! The couple doesn't live in Tampa, but wanted to get married in this area. Dade City was a great choice for their wedding. It's close to Tampa and the farm incorporated the couple's love for nature, hunting, and simplicity.
The ceremony was beautiful. It was the perfect weather for a wedding in Dade City. The couple exchanged vows under the calming shade of the trees of SunMill Farms on lush green grass. As the bride walked through the doorway made for ceremonies, Tyler just lit up. Their vows were personalized and so special. We almost had a moment of panic when we thought Brittany lost her wedding vows pre-ceremony. Thankfully she also had them on her phone! Naturally Kinsley was the adorable flower girl!
After the ceremony we were able to take portraits for the "newlyweds" and their bridal party around the farm. The natural surroundings, as well as some of the rustic decor, set the stage for these amazing wedding photos! The vintage Chevy truck on the property is for sale, but we hope it never gets sold!
I sincerely wish Tyler & Brittany the happiest of marriages. They were a true pleasure to work with and I am thankful for their service to our country! May you all be truly blessed!