You know those weddings when there is so much love and pure joy your eyes can’t help but fill up with happy tears. Well, this wedding was one of those! The love that these two have for each other is undeniable, the way they look at each other is the love people write novels about! Now before I get too ahead of myself I have to tell you about the love that they shared with their family is beautiful! As an outsider, I didn’t know what side of the family belonged to the bride or groom because everyone was there to celebrate Mallory and Dillon! Nan (Mallory’s Grandmother) was putting on all the guest boutonnieres and the flowers came from her own garden she even came out of retirement to create the stunning floral arch for their ceremony! I usually don’t tear up at weddings but from the first look with dad to the bouquet toss, it put me to the test. Mallory and Dillon are very active in the First Baptist Church in Benton and Mallory’s little friend from church caught the bouquet (she is about 7 I believe). It was a moment of pure joy that engulfed the reception room. Their wedding was a reminder of how truly lucky I am to have a job where I can capture couples’ most amazingly beautiful day and celebrate their love with them but most importantly capture the memories for them to relive for a lifetime.