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Eufaula Wedding Full of Joy | First United Methodist Church of Eufaula | Mary Elizabeth & Trey



Eufaula  Wedding Videographer

First United Methodist Church of Eufaula Wedding

It’s no secret that my southern heart loves to film a Eufaula wedding. There is a reason why part of the movie “Sweet Home Alabama” was filmed there–its small town southern charm just draws you in. Then, when you add a joyfully-in-love couple like Mary Elizabeth and Trey to the pretty Eufaula backdrop, it is just sweet, southern HEAVEN.


December 15, 2018

Mary Elizabeth and her girls got ready in the pastor’s house next to the First United Methodist Church. It is filled with natural light and made for a stunning location for her to step into her lace wedding gown. We were all smiling giddy smiles as she had her first look with her sweet Daddy. When he said “You look like a little bride!” we lost it. So stinking sweet!

First Look with Dad, Then Trey

When it was time for Trey to see “Merb” -as their friends call her- he took a big breath. I could picture what could possibly be running through his mind–falling in love with his best friend in high school, and now getting to marry her and spend the rest of his life with her. They both immediately broke out in the biggest smiles as Trey turned around.


Meet the Couple

Childhood Best Friends and Soulmates

These two’s love story started at Eufaula High School- as their family and friends described in hilarious detail at their rehearsal… what started as a high school fling between a football player and cheerleader would soon turn into something special. They  dated all throughout high school and then went through a period of long distance-with her cheering at Troy and him playing baseball at Lawson State. Eventually, Trey was recruited to play ball at Troy, and they got to enjoy living in the same city for two years.

Distance wasn’t finished with these two yet though, as Trey continued his education while Mary Elizabeth pursued her Master’s in Occupational Therapy at Alabama State University.

Trey proposed at The Grand Hotel in Mobile where he planned a family celebration after. Mary Elizabeth is a triplet, and her sisters hid in the bushes to watch the proposal. Mary Elizabeth said she was “blown away with how well thought out and planned the moment was. I am still in awe that everyone was able to pull this off without me catching on! It was everything I could have imagined and more.”


To the Couple:

Mary Elizabeth & Trey,

I have honestly had a smile on my face all this time editing your sweet day. You two have a love & joy that is contagious to everyone around you, including us! I am so thankful for the opportunity to serve you two during this joyful time. đź’•



Enjoyed their film? You may also like these: Magnolia Bay Wedding | Jessi & Trevor & Classic Southern Wedding at Southside Baptist Church in Birmingham

Want us to film your big day? Let’s grab coffee!! Contact Megan

Reception/Ceremony Venue |
Ceremony: First United Methodist Church of Eufaula

Reception: Eufaula Community Center

Photographer | Penni Lauren Photography

Florist | The Flower Corner inside Satterwhite’s Furniture

Cake Artist| Tisa’s Cakes

Hair Artist | Sherrie McGilvary & Kimber Ogletree at Snip­N­Barn

Makeup Artist | Destiny Bell

Groom’s Attire | Men’s Warehouse

Bridal Gown| Prattville Bridal Boutique & Tux Shoppe

Bridesmaid’s Dresses | JJ’s House

Invitations/Stationary | Beth Wyatt ­ Creative Printing Montgomery, AL

DJ/Entertainment | Music Garden

Officiant | Dr. Alan Cassady

Wedding Directors ­| Mrs. Billie Bush & Mrs. Kim Harris

  1. meganpettus3@gmail.com says:

    We LOVED filming their gorgeous day in Eufaula!!

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