Lyda and Tyler – Married, Centennial Lakes Park Wedding. Marsha Chang, Twin Cities Photographer

“For still the vision awaits its appointed time; it hastens to the end–it will not lie. If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come; it will not delay.” Habukkuk 2:3.

While sitting frustrated at the lounge in North Central University, Lyda yelled out, “I need a math tutor!!” Tyler was of course, in the same lounge and offered to be her math tutor. From that time on, he had his eyes set on her. Their tutoring dates became hang outs and as they began to get to know each other their love bloomed. Lyda already knew that she would marry Tyler one day. The timing was perfect on August 21st, 2012 when Tyler dropped down to one knee.

I have goosebumps just typing Lyda and Tyler’s love story.What I remember most back when I took their engagement session was how playful, relaxed and caring Lyda and Tyler were. I knew then that we were the perfect pair :) I was so excited for their day to arrive. Everything about their wedding day was perfect. The weather wasn’t even disappointing – this is RARE. From their intimate reception with close family & friends to their DIY details; it was every photographer’s dream to capture such love and closeness I felt. I can see the patience and love in Lyda & Tyler, the little love gesture you two make – whether its a squeeze on Lyda’s shoulder or sweet kisses you give one another had me fluttering… Thinking, my god, they are SO perfect for each other. Tears of joy shed (always in secret). Yes, I can be a cry baby sometimes… Overall, I am so glad we crossed paths. I am so glad to have friends like you two. Until next time <3 Best wishes.

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And they lived happily ever after.