Laura Lee always wanted to meet her prince charming. She had worked as a traveling nurse and moved up to Omaha, Nebraska after growing up in Texas. During her years in the midwest, she met and fell in love with a man named Tim, who really was a prince, because it was his last name. Laura Lee Lowrey fell in love with Tim Prince.
After her hospice team shared that Laura Lee’s health was, unfortunately, declining quicker than they wanted it to, Laura Lee knew exactly what she wanted to do with her time. She wanted to profess her love to Tim in a backyard exchange of vows ceremony surrounded by family and friends. And she wanted to feel like a beautiful bride.
Laura Lee was filled with glee helping to plan the wedding. She wanted everything just right—from her beautiful wedding dress to her hair and makeup, and the pretty pastel decorations outside. It was her special day she had dreamed about and she was thrilled Dreamweaver was able to make it happen along with the many special hair, makeup, lashes, and dress vendors.
The sun was beautifully shining through the trees as Laura Lee and Tim had their first look together. He was taken away by her beauty and she was overwhelmed with happiness. They shared in a few special moments together, looking into each other’s eyes and admiring the love they had for one another.
Lydia from CHI Hospice officiated the ceremony as family and friends watched and smiled in love. Her daughters flew all the way from Texas to be with her, and her granddaughter walked down the aisle before her as the flower girl. They felt the love surround them all throughout the day.
After the ceremony, everyone gathered around the outdoor tables for appetizers and dessert. They clinked the champagne glasses and took a bite of cake together now as husband and wife.
When talking with Laura Lee a few days after, she was still smiling ear to ear thinking about her day with the man of her dreams. As the lights twinkled in the trees and the Etta James song “At Last” played through the speakers, Laura Lee Lowrey became Laura Lee Prince at last.