Nicole and Josh had a lovely indoor ceremony in March with their three children and parents present. Josh was in his Army dress blues. They shared a unity candle during the ceremony. Afterward, the couple shared a dance, there was a father/daughter dance, and the couple cut their cake. We had some fun photos outside; I love the cherry blossom blooms!
Rev. Waldron performed the ceremony in which the couple “planted” a Christmas cactus. Guests signed leaves for their guestbook tree.
The cake and yummy cupcakes had chocolate candy accents. The table centerpieces included stained glass accents and blue glass mason jars. Outdoor yard games, a candy bar, and a great selection of music added to the fun of TeAnna and Jacob’s beautiful summer wedding!
TeAnna wrote: Thank you again for coordinating such a beautiful wedding for Jake and I. We truly enjoyed our wedding day, it was so beautiful and everything went smoothly.
The 4:30 ceremony with 110 people, officiated by Ashley Campbell, was on the side lawn under the giant oaks. The arbor was decorated in turquoise, peach, and white with peach and white flowers along the aisle in hanging mason jars.
Their adorable cake was provided by the 1812 Hitching Post and featured a tree design with white and turquoise sugar flowers and ribbon. The cake flavors were coconut with raspberry filling and dark chocolate with chocolate almond filling.
The party favors of Palo Santo wood, used for the send off, were part of the centerpieces.
These fabulous photos were taken by Sally Gupton Photography.
Jen chose an undecorated arbor with a background of greenery for her ceremony. Her energy was amazing and added to the magic of the wedding. Her best friend said, “let me find you a 4-leaf clover.” She looked down for about 10 seconds and picked one to hand to Jen.
I loved taking photos of this fun family!