She was calm as could be on this October fall day.
Her bridesmaids described her as Cinderella, a fairy princess. She was that striking.
It was an extra special day as she was the last Williams lady to walk down the aisle.
And right before she walked down the aisle, her little flower girl looked back at her and asked, "Do you want to trade places?"
And while it was quite sweet, she would not trade places with her, for Lindsay was waiting to walk down to meet the man of her dreams. In their Friday night rehearsal dinner speeches to each other, there wasn't a person in the room that couldn't see the utmost love and respect the two have for one another.
Before the big moment, we toasted a lifetime of love and happiness, which we know the two will have.
The groomsmen suited up in their University of Miami socks.
And everyone jumped for joy....
for the celebration of these two amazing people becoming husband and wife.
My dad concluded his speech with the following quote:
Love isn't finding a perfect person. It's seeing an imperfect person perfectly
Jonny and Lindsay could not be a more perfect match for each other.
And the ring bearer.... well, he could have just stole the show.
Not quite... but we certainly thought he was quite precious in his little tux.
When Jonny came down for brunch this morning, my dad asked him how he was doing. His response?
Mizzou won. Miami won. And Lindsay married me.