Hey guys and happy Wednesday! You are officially half way through the week. Congrats! For this mid-week post, I put together some of my favorite photos taken from our wedding ceremony.
Just to recap, our photographer was Abigail Seymour – she is awesome! And one of the coolest people… ever. These photos were taken at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in High Point, North Carolina. This church will always have a special place in my heart not only because we got married there, but because they welcomed us with open arms. It’s really, really tough to find a place for your wedding ceremony when you don’t live in the town where you’re getting married.
Onto the photos! We decorated the church with two beautiful arrangements at the altar. Then decided to add rose petals down the aisle as well as a few small candle arrangements. The sun was setting as we were taking our vows so the candles added a beautiful touch to the room.
How CUTE was our ring bearer?! I mean seriously, this kiddo is going to be a serious heart-breaker one day.
My handsome groom.
Our guests were welcomed by these beautiful ladies. Heyyy Sam & Amy!
The grandmothers. (Looking pretty fabulous, I must say.)
My bridesmaids getting ready to take the walk down the aisle.
Me and my dad. Doesn’t he look stoic? I think so.
Quick pep-talk with the ring bearer before seeing me walk down the aisle.
Here we go!!
I feel like I should mention that I was sort of a hot mess walking down the aisle. I was hit with so many emotions all at once; seeing my soon-to-be husband, being surrounded by so many people I love; hearing a few special words from my dad before the doors opened. Besides my tears though, I’ll never forget the moment. It was perfect.
Although, this was probably the ONE time I was super thankful not to have a camera in my face. Whew. Dodged that bullet.
Post-ceremony kiss. We did it!
After the ceremony we snuck out to the side of the church to have a moment together while everyone gathered for our grand exit. This picture is one of my all-time favorites from our pictures. And it’s pretty hilarious because I distinctly remember him saying here, “Man! You’re train is so long!” Isn’t it funny the things we remember so vividly? 🙂
A shot with the Pastor and the Deacon before the grand exit.
Then, the millions of ribbon wands I made were put to good use for our grand exit!
Off to the reception!
That’s all for now! I hope you have a wonderful rest of your week!