Keslie took a leap of faith with Tim and indisputably made the best decision in her life. As for Tim, he should probably give a giant “thank you” to the stars, and to Kelsie’s ever-persistent mother for encouraging her to pursue Tim from the beginning.
A warm summer breeze sifted through the air on the morning of June 10th, 2017. Kelsie calmly wrote endearing words in a heartfelt letter to Tim while she ate a light breakfast at the salon the day of their wedding. Tim relaxed while enjoying “guy time” making breakfast, and shooting trap. Shortly after, Kelsie arrived at the St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Fairmont in her graceful Ti Adora wedding gown. A delicate paisley print sewn pattern accented the simple style and a medium sized train made a charming statement to complement her perfect bridal silhouette. Kelsie’s bridesmaids, maid of honor, and matron of honor wore gowns courtesy of The Silhouette in Easton, Minnesota. Their light-blush dresses were presented in different styles, although they mirrored each other with their flowing long length, chiffon material, and beaded necklines.
The nearly crowded Catholic Church hosted 300 of Kelsie and Tim’s closest family and friends. The guests gazed admirably as Kelsie took her father’s steady arm and walked alongside him toward her soon-to-be husband. Tim and his two best men and four groomsmen showcased a timeless wedding day look wearing navy tuxes, with neutral toned tied and vests. Caramel brown shoes heightened their charismatic style as the perfect accent. Kelsie and Tim fought through joyful tears as they stated their devoted vows and were pronounced husband and wife.
With the help of her skilled wedding planner, Bobi Kollasch, Kelsie transformed the Flying Goose Campground event pavilion into a romantic and rustic sanctuary. Incorporating beautiful peony floral arrangements with blush shades, soft glowing candles, decorative lights, refreshing touches of greenery, and rustic wood accents. Their decadent marble with cream cheese raspberry and red velvet wedding cake was a central decoration displayed on Kelsie’s great-grandpa’s country-flared dresser. While their meal was deliciously prepared by the Martin County Pork Producers and The Pea Pod catering. Following their dinner reception Kelsie and Tim sweetly danced to Making Me Look Good Again by Drake White. The reception carried on as families and friends enjoyed one another’s company by laughing, donning crazy and wild dance moves, and enjoying a celebratory night to remember. Kelsie and Tim’s sweet daughter danced merrily along with her mom and dad, which made for one of the most memorable moments of the newlyweds’ special day.
The newly married Mr. and Mrs. Garry vacationed in Puerto Vallarta for their honeymoon the week following their wedding day. Kelsie Wagner is the daughter of James and Carla Wagner of Blue Earth, Minnesota. Kelsie is employed with Higher Education. Tim Garry is the son of Robert and Melissa Gary of Granada and is employed in Agriculture. The new Mr. and Mrs. Garry make their home in Fairmont, Minnesota.
Bridesmaid Gowns // The Silhouette
Gown Preservation // Pins and Needles Alterations
Photography // Sarah Joy Photography