• Tiffany


Updated: Nov 7, 2020

Megan and Cory encountered nothing but obstacles on their journey to tie the knot. First, there was the COVID-19 pandemic which forced them to cut their guest list way down and find a new venue. Then just days before their "I Do's" California burst into flames flooding their second venues once stunning view with nothing but smoke. A third ceremony location was stumbled upon in the form of a stunning little meadow just a short walk from the reception venue. The groom, Cory put in a beautiful path and crafted a custom pine arch and it seemed as if they had finally conquered all the obstacles standing in their way. The morning of their wedding everyone was bursting with excitement and the bridesmaids had just got their hair and make-up done and it was finally the bride Megan's turn and, you guessed it, the power goes out. They hopped into the car and were able to find a location with power to finish Megan's hair and makeup and she was still ready to go with time to spare. Despite all of the curveballs and countless obstacles, these two encountered on their journey down the aisle they just kept rolling with the punches. They weren't going to let a single thing stop them from becoming husband and wife. I'm still in awe of how calm and collective they kept in handling all the crazy, stress-inducing changes as they did. In the end, they had an absolutely perfect little wedding and it was such an honor to be a part of. Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Sciotto!

Dress: The Bridal Loft

Rings: Shane Co and Rustic & Main

Hair & Makeup: Hair & Makeup Co

Florist: Etsy

Caterer: Big Boys BBQ

Check out their engagement session here.

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