A few years back, I decided that I was going to enroll in John’s Hopkins Masters in Writing Program, thinking that it would be good way to further my education and interest in writing. What I did not expect (due to the part-time nature of it) was that I would meet and make some amazing friends through the program. One of the first people I happened to have met with through Hopkins was Casey, who I had the unique privileged of taking most of my classes with. From the beginning, Casey showed me that she was vibrant person, quick with a smile and even quicker with her strong, interesting opinions and intellect. How lucky was I that, over the course of the next few years, Casey came to be one of my closest friends in the program!
Anyway, as a result, I was so happy and excited to be able to be there on Casey’s big day a couple of weekends ago at King’s Gap State Park in Pennsylvania. It’s always a fun process getting to someone’s wedding — but there definitely is a completely different twist on it when you’ve been following the relationship for a while! :) Throughout the last few years, I’ve gotten to know what a strong and lovely relationship Casey have with each other — supporting and helping each other in love and friendship. I also had heard from Casey what an amazingly beautiful park King’s Gap was — and she wasn’t kidding. The views from on top of the mountain were spectacular.
There were so many gorgeous details to this wedding and I could gush about them for a while. From the setting, to the lovely garden where Casey and Steve exchanged vows, to the many, many thoughtful personal touches laced in all parts of the reception, this wedding was truly beautiful. It was also a lot of fun, as Casey and Steve even had games (like cornhole!) for their guests to play. I wish Casey and Steve all the best, always.