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In this industry, we firmly believe that rain on your wedding day is good luck in marriage, and let me tell you, Dara and Brad are going to have the luckiest marriage just based on the amount of rain on their wedding day! But quite honestly, a rainy day couldn't have fallen for a more laid-back couple - these two didn't bat an eye. And I think that's in part because they were just so thankful to finally be celebrating their wedding after having to reschedule it after they both got covid in the weeks leading up to their original date! So a little bit {{or a lot in their case}} of rain wasn't about to ruin their special day! We often tell our couples that rain means they'll have lots of babies, but I also love the old saying that a rain-soaked knot can't be broken. And I know that these two have a crazy strong knot, even without the rain. They're just the kindest and most easy going people you could meet, and their relationship is overflowing with love and laughter. They held their nuptials at The Farm at Harvest Hills in Delaware, Ohio, which was absolutely gorgeous, even in the rain! I was very thankful for how many covered locations it had and of course, adorably cute barnyard animals, including the goats that were amped up over the bridal bouquets. But of course the best part was seeing these two finally get to say their "I dos" and then flying off for a tropical honeymoon! I wish them all the happiness as they start their married lives together!