This month is National Weddings Month, and we want to showcase just a few of the weddings we've been fortunate enough to be a part of.
This was our first wedding and we couldn't be more satisfied with how it looked. But more than that, we couldn't be more pleased to have worked with such an incredible couple. Heath and Amy love each other so completely and they show equal amounts of love to Amy's young son, who walked her down the aisle.
While Jassoni and Josh live in Texas, they wanted a beautiful fall Louisiana wedding, and that's exactly what they had. Their timeless ceremony was at their family church, accentuating how important family is to the bride and groom. At the reception the apricot, amber, apple, and ivory color palette accented the rustic charm of the wood, lace, and exposed brick of the venue perfectly. The entire experience was truly every bit as lovely as the Martins.
Ann and Luke were married at the Juliette Plantation in Boyce in front of the fountain, which was just bursting with beautiful white roses, hydrangeas, and orchids. The reception afterward was truly magical, held under a flowing canopy, with candles shimmering all around the bride and groom. As a surprise to the newlyweds, the bride's father arranged a fireworks display to close the reception in addition to their sparkler exit.
Morgan and Caleb had a warm ceremony and reception at the Alexandria Red Cross building with its exposed brick and wood. Truly a charming start to any fairy tale. Paired with the amazing florals featuring garden roses, peonies, and seeded eucalyptus. The entire reception looked like it was plucked from a story book.
These are just a few of the beautiful weddings we've been blessed to participate in. And check out part 2 of our National Weddings Month series!