Allison and Bucky had the most beautiful evening wedding – a black tie celebration at its finest. Allison’s classic style shined throughout the day – from her elegant gown, the long black bridesmaids dresses, the ivory florals and linens, the candlelight… everything was so elegant. Bucky brought his charm and good looks – however he wasn’t focused on anything but Allison. From the moment she walked down the aisle to end of the evening, he couldn’t take his eyes off her. Their ceremony was so memorable, and their Angus Barn Pavilion reception did not disappoint! It was lovely through and through.

When I asked these two what is unique about them as a couple, Allison’s initial response was the height difference! (Bucky was probably the tallest groom I’ve ever photographed!) However she quickly followed up with a comment that stuck with me. A comment that I witnessed throughout their engagement and wedding day. She simply said, “We’re a team.” Nothing could be truer. Once they were joined at the altar, they were inseparable the rest of the evening. I am so thrilled for both of you, and I can’t wait to see what your future holds!

A big thanks to Joy for 2nd shooting this wedding with me! 

Ceremony Venue: Hayes Barton United Methodist Church
Reception Venue: The Pavilion at Angus Barn
Officiant: Rick Clayton
Cake Artist: Sweet Memories Bakery
Caterer: Angus Barn
Florist: The Watered Garden
Event Coordinator: Ashley Whittington at Angus Barn
Reception Band: The Remedy

The flower girls were so precious!

The Remedy kept the floor dancing all night long! The crowd wasn’t ready to leave even when it was past midnight. I love a great band!

 

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I LOVE that last shot! Beautiful photos!

Ohhh Nancy… you are so incredibly talented, friend! :) Love these!!

Nancy, oh my land! That green bokeh ring shot is GORGEOUS! So beautifully done.

That’s my girl! And my son-in-law too!
Just lovely!

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