Liz and William got married the weekend of hurricane Florence. The several days leading up to the weekend we went back and forth on emergency plans, back up generators, and when myself and my team should arrive to make sure we were there when the wedding began, considering it was an out of town wedding. So I grabbed my team and we headed to the wedding on Thursday, hoping to avoid the worst of the weather.
When I got to the rehearsal dinner, these two were so relaxed and excited to have all of their closest friends and family around. They were not concerned with the weather one bit. I knew it was going to be a wonderful weekend because they had such great attitudes and a wonderful team working behind the scenes to make sure everything was executed perfectly.
When the wedding day came, everyone around her parents home, which is where Liz got ready, lost power, except their home. The Lord was completely covering their house to make sure the morning started off well. As we went throughout the day, the chances of heavy rain and wind just continued to dwindle down. By the end of the day we had simply had light rain, but nothing we couldn’t work with!
Liz and William continued to go throughout their wedding day as if there was no hurricane. They were calm and relaxed and enjoying every part of their day. Their families huddled around them to make sure that they felt loved and cared for and their wedding weekend was definitely one for the books!
It was such a joy to capture Liz and Williams wedding weekend and I can’t wait to see all of the wonderful things they do together as a couple!
Ceremony Venue: Centenary United Methodist Church
Reception Venue: Old Town Club
Event Coordinator + Design: Events by La Fete
Florist: Green Bee Floral Designs
Reception Band: Atlanta Showstoppers
Hair Stylist: Heather Kiser
Cake Artist: Regi Originals
Live Painter: Dan Nelson
Paper Goods: Gifts and Paper on Plaza
Calligraphy: Calligraphy by Carole
Film Processing: Indie Film Lab
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