Good day – I am running a little behind on getting this out here today 🙂 but just catching up from a wonderful weekend.

We were honored to be able to work with such a sweet and fun couple- Julia and Kyle were GREAT.  This couple came to us as a referral from another bride and we began working together a year ago.  When Julia and I met, she knew what she was looking for but wanted all her family and guests to come and enjoy so she brought us in help develop her ideas and run the event from start to finish…

The wedding ceremony took place at Beulah United Methodist-the church was absolutely full, and just before the doors opened, with Julia on her father’s arm and him holding on so tight, she closed her eyes, took in a deep breath, opened her eyes and looked over at her father and smiled the biggest smile I have ever seen from her – she was ready to marry her love…Kyle!!!

We were blessed beyond belief with weather for the reception- which took place at Riverbanks Botanical Gardens.  It had rained most of the day while were setting up the Magnolia Room at Riverbanks but when we returned to the zoo to make sure all the last minute details were ready, the clouds broke.  When the couple arrived, the were able to walk from the gate, up through the gardens to take some lovely shots with photographer, Liz Roberts.  Julia really wanted garden photos and her prayers were answered for having a beautiful wedding day.

The reception was so much fun- the food was fabulous (Angel and her team were fabulous as always), the music was jamming (Partytime DJ), and the couple were the social butterflies of the year!!!  I am so glad we were there to make it a come to life just as they wanted-

I have once again included CANDID, NON-professional photos – enjoy!

The photo below is here to show her lovely hair style and hair jewelry- so elegant

 

Julia with her beautiful bridal party!

 

Beulah United Methodist Church

The centerpieces and cake flowers by Debby West, Think FloralCake is by Carol Sturkie, Parties to Go.

    

 

 The entry at the Botanical Gardens

 

 The couple gave out yummy little bags of M&Ms.

 

They decided to use a South Carolina ‘coffee table book’ as their guest book, as guests arrived, they gave words of wisdom on each of the different pages throughout the book!

 

And of course, the brides portrait- she was just lovely!

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