This couple is just the sweetest.
14 months ago, Lindsey first visited our website and filled out the “contact us” form. Photographs were of the highest priority to her and after our first phone call, I knew she would become an Old South bride. 2 weeks later, we were sitting in the studio signing contracts and I was thrilled to be chosen as their photographer.
In December, we met at a park and had such a good time together. At the time, Lindsey and John were living very far apart and they were overjoyed to be together that weekend (after many weeks apart). The added sparkle of nearby Christmas trees made their ultra romantic shoot even more beautiful! Click HERE to see.
Then, Lindsey and I met at Champagne Manor for her epic bridal portrait session in late summer. Click HERE to see that shoot…it was everything we dreamed it would be!
And finally, 10.14.21 arrived. The Ballantyne Country Club was the perfect venue for their wedding. From the beginning, Lindsey wanted both indoor and outdoor photo options and this club delivers! Their outdoor ceremony under the trees was picture perfect. AND, how precious was her 94 year old grandmother who served as the flower girl? Very few wedding days happen without some hiccups but this one was truly perfect from start to finish- the people, the vendors, THAT GOWN!, the weather, the dance moves- perfection! So much love, joy and happiness overflowed from Lindsey and John this day and we were the lucky ones who got to capture it all.
Lindsey and John, I have no doubt we will be friends for many years to come. I cannot wait to see where life takes you. You have been an absolute JOY! Please stop by the studio now and then so I won’t have to miss you so much
Full vendor list at bottom of post.
Special thanks to our vendor partners: Venue: Ballantyne Country Club | Hair: Mirror Bomb Studio | Makeup: Erin Ashley Makeup | Gown from Ladies of Lineage | Cake: Cheesecake Etc. | Videography: Brian Bunn Films | DJ: Split Second Sound