Aaron wondered at one point if he would ever get to see Rebekah walk down the aisle. Rebekah has a disease called POTS, a condition where the nervous system does not operate as it’s supposed to, and has many debilitating symptoms. At one point, Rebekah actually had to be in a wheel chair, which postponed their plan to be married earlier. But Aaron held on tight, and never gave up on her.
It was Rebekah’s 8th grade year that the couple first met. Aaron was a freshman and Rebekah was shadowing at Trinity. After spotting Rebekah, Aaron decided to skip class that day to sit with her at lunch. After that, the two dated for SEVEN years, and patiently waited for the day to be married. Seeing as how Trinity was a big milestone in their life, it seemed only fitting for them to be married there. The school recently built a beautiful event center at the back of the lot, which served perfectly for the wedding.
In the toasts, their friends spoke a lot about Aaron and Rebekah’s selflessness. And I could see it. This couple was beautiful inside and out. We loved meeting and enjoying their family and friends, witnessing the couple’s obvious love for each other, and being able to capture such wonderful moments for them to cherish!
Awesome vendors we had the opportunity to work with that day included Trinity Academy, the Hereford House, Relove All Things Shabby, DJ Dylan Nichols and Videographer Andrew Kivett (see his video of the day here!)
Congratulations again Mr. And Mrs. Ziesch! Enjoy some of my favorites from your big day!
After finding his dad’s first car in a ditch, Aaron saved up his money by mowing lawns so when he reached 16, he was able to restore this Chevelle into the beauty it is today. It has been his car since he and Rebekah started dating!
Just taking a moment to themselves during the reception