But with a day like this one, the only reaction that came naturally to all of the sweetness was big ugly tears.
Then, as the doors opened to the Seaside Chapel, we all started crying again witnessing Josh seeing his bride walking down the aisle for the first time.
Is a lot like opening a new Nicholas Sparks book and reading about a sweet southern romance.
Jule Collins Smith Art Museum was the perfect place for the reception! As you walk in, there is a glass Chihuly structure hanging from the ceiling.
..emotional letters, the sweetest groom reaction ever, and a party that could have gone all night!
First of all, everything about their wedding day was perfect, from the cascading florals created by Christi Patton, to the his & hers favors that Keely Duke Events laid out to see guests out on their way home.
Emily & Buddy’s wedding at the grand and classically southern Southside Baptist Church was absolutely stunning, and their reception at the Historic Florentine Building downtown made for the best. night. ever.
Gorgeous attire and decor aside, I think that what stood out to me most about these two was that at THEIR wedding reception, they took time to ask ME if I had a good day. At their wedding. That’s just who they are. Two of the nicest people you will ever meet. And their wedding day. Was. Perfect.
After celebrating with their friends at the historic home by the river, they said their vows in front of all of their loved ones at the church. Whisking away in a classic car, these two then danced through the night to the awesome Farmer’s Daughter Band.
Mathews Manor’s Micah’s Meadow provided the perfect backdrop for this stunning ceremony.