October 15, 2018
As we stepped out of the car, the sunset was in full force and the large pond was glistening behind the ceremony spot. That’s when I knew this was about to be one of the most gorgeous weddings of the summer. Taylor and Seth were both full of nerves! Luckily they had amazing friends to keep them busy! Taylor kept calm and smiling while her girls blasted N*Sync in the bridal suite. Seth, surrounded by jokes and laughter from his guys, looked out the window and chewed his lip (and did that all day so we had to keep fussing him!). We can’t decide if he was actually nervous or if he was worried about how much they were all about to sweat outside with suits on.
We spent the beginning of the afternoon in the most gorgeous sunlit barn on a hill surrounded by vast land and trees. We were originally excited to take pretty pictures at The White Magnolia, but we were not prepared for just how many pictures we’d be capturing of this amazing family. It was hard not to cry when Taylor’s mom, granny, bridesmaids, dad, stepdad, and fiancé all BAWLED when they saw her walk down the aisle. AND White Magnolia wins for long aisle award for sure though, because Seth had plenty of time to cry it out and compose himself (only a little bit) when Taylor walked up to him.
The White Magnolia did a beautiful job making Taylor and Seth’s vision come to life and we could not be more thankful for their beautiful grounds and staff! We’d also like to thank some amazing vendors for the following:
Mae Me Bridal Boutique for the Justin Alexander gown Taylor was wearing, wedding rings by Roy’s Jewelers, veil by Bel Air Bridal, bridesmaids gowns by Christina Wu, Hair and Makeup by Devon Terry, Groomsmen’s Suits by Rome’s Tuxedos, Event Planning by Rebecca Coulon with The White Magnolia, Floral by Root Floral Designs, wedding cake by Karen Teague, groom’s cake by The Cocoa Bean Bakery, Catering done by White Magnolia, Photo Booth and Dj presented by Party Time Productions-Robbie Cox, party bus by Alert Transportation, Invitations by Allie King, and calligraphy by Erika Grabert.