Prepare yourself for a long post. I have been waiting to put this up until the Bride was able to look over them herself.
I loved every little detail of this wedding. It was so beautiful, unique and . . . did I mention beautiful. Many of the handmade details will come in a future post. For the time being, you will have to make due with these. ;)
This dress was made by the Bride’s mother. Absolutely amazing.
Here is Meghan, the happy girl herself, ready to go and be made more beautiful
We had fun hanging out as this lady worked her magic.
Meghan was being pampered having her nails done by her good friend, Ashley, as she was being made up.
I traveled up and down the escalator at Belk’s several time to get a few shots.
A goofy crew.
I call this series the birth of a head. A very happy head at that.
The boys getting themselves ready.
And dad doing, what I am told, he does best. Random odd chores at irregular times.
Spencer started off with the boys getting this shot. . .
And this is about the time that I fell into the fireplace. That’s right, I fell into the fireplace. I did not realize that where I was crouched over was a pile of magazines so as soon as I tried to sit down, the pile slid me right into the fireplace. Being the concerned husband that he is, Spencer immediately tried to help me out of it and I am shooing him away saying “No! NO! I’ve got to get these pictures!” It was priceless.
Then when we went outside I started climbing up on the edge of the porch which had a pretty substantial drop on the other side and the guys got really nervous considering the clumsiness I had already exhibited.
We had a first look and it was so much fun to watch her creep across the yard with her heels getting stuck in the ground with every step.
When Spencer and I scoped out the reception location a week before the wedding I fell in love with these silos. We only had about fifteen minutes before the reception was officially supposed to start so I asked if we could pretty please go over there. My request was granted.