That one small word sums up Lindsay and Kendall’s wedding day perfectly. Anyone who scrolls through the images below will be seriously jealous they missed out on this rocking reception!! Alyssa and I were smiling from ear-to-ear all night long thanks to the enthusiasm and joy that filled every corner of The Duke Mansion on 4. 18.15
But, there were also some quiet moments that were heartwarming as well. Groom, Kendall, lost his son to pediatric cancer years ago so there were numerous sentimental items to capture…the puzzle piece sewn into Lindsay’s gown, the tattered puppy we put a bow tie on, the memory table full of candles and the groom’s boutonierre charm….Connor’s spirit was felt everywhere. Family is everything to BOTH Kendall and Lindsay. Lindsay’s sweet niece, Molly, penned the cutest note to her just before the ceremony and Lindsay’s first look with her Daddy was absolutely joyful. It was like Christmas morning when these two laid eyes on one another!
This job is an absolute gift. We love every moment of a wedding day. Through photography,
we are able to capture every sweet tear that rolled down Kendall’s face as he danced with his Mom…..
or the tears streaming down Lindsay’s cheeks as her Dad spun her around the dance floor…..
and the hilarious moments on the dance floor later in the night.
This was a wedding that was as beautiful on the outside as it was on the inside. Those are our very favorite kinds. Enjoy a peek at this lovely Duke Mansion event.
Kendall and Lindsay, thank you for choosing Old South to capture this amazing day. I have NO doubt, we will remain lifelong friends!
Thank you to our vendor partners: Ceremony: Myers Park Methodist Church | Reception: Duke Mansion | Florist: Lily Greenthumbs | Event Coordinator: Megan Henshall Event Design | Hair: Loo Loo’s Hair Salon | Makeup: Scott Arnold | Band: Right to Party | Gown from Ladies of Lineage Bridal Boutique | Videography: Brian Bunn Films | Cake: Got What It Cakes