Nolan and Kelsie turned their big wedding into a small private wedding at my grandmother’s church in Olive Hill on May 16th. Planning a wedding during a pandemic has been crazy, but they made it happen, even through Plan A, Plan B, Plan C, and Plan D! I never thought I would photograph my own kid's wedding. I don't recommend it because it sucked! I either had to be Dad or Photographer, but I wasn't able to be both at the same time. A person can only occupy one space at a time. A good friend of mine, Kellie Carter, was supposed to photograph the original wedding, but the Corona Virus changed all of that. So I did it out of default.
The wedding was supposed to be in a perfect circle that was mowed out of a hay field at my grandparent's house, with Nolan and Kelsie standing in the middle of the circle, while their family was socially-distanced around them. Because of a couple of rainstorms at the last minute we had to move it a half mile up the road to the church. We were thankful and blessed that we had a solid backup plan. The church worked out beautifully, but we weren't prepared to go there on the fly, so Natalie and I wound up getting ready, literally about 30 minutes before the wedding started, and both of us were drenched! At the end of the day, it all worked out great, and I now have a daughter-in-law! #itheewebb