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Oh, October

February 9, 2018

October is THE PRIMO wedding month here in the Carolinas.  Why you ask?  Well…

  1. Beautiful weather.  It’s not 90 and humid anymore, and it gets just cold enough to put a light coat on in the evenings

  2. The colors.  Leaves are changing, dahlias are in bloom, and the colors are RICH

  3. There’s a buzz in the air.  Major sporting events are in full swing, the rush of holidays is coming on, and it seems like there are fun festivals and concerts going on constantly (which gives guests something to do while they’re waiting excitedly for your wedding!)

 

We had three very beautiful, but all very different weddings in October of 2017.  Check out the photos below to see all the Fall fun in action!

 

 

Linda and Sean

 

These two fabulous people tied the knot and partied the night away at the Mint Museum Uptown.  They kept things simple and let the building’s architecture and city views do the heavy lifting.  My favorite parts of this wedding were the guest book- a blank set of the game Cards Against Humanity that guests filled out throughout the night- and the subtle laying out of dance floor props that culminated in one epic Harlem Shake.

 

Photos by LunahZon Photography 

 

 

Leeanna and Chris

 

This laid back couple wanted something simple and uncomplicated for their Friday night wedding in Uptown.  They had their ceremony at Midwood Baptist Church, followed by the all important dinner, drinks, and dancing at Foundation for the Carolinas.  Simple, metal centerpieces and sleek calla lilies complimented the modern feel of the venue.  My favorite part of this wedding was the smile that would NOT leave the bride’s face!  

Photos by Emily Kristine Photography 

 

 

 

Jenni and Jesse

 

Ok, so technically these two were married five years ago, but like so many military couples, they didn’t get the traditional ceremony and reception they had dreamed of.  So with the most ADORABLE six month old, these two said “I do” (again) at Separk Mansion surrounded by their closest family and friends.  The couple did a great job of incorporating unique touches into a traditional wedding setup with the Fallen Comrade table, a nod to the television show Friends for their cake topper, and a specially choreographed first dance.  My favorite part of the day, though, was the Best Man’s sleepy walk down the aisle with the Maid of Honor.  

 

 Photography and Film by Ernie and Fiona

 

Congratulations from the bottom of our hearts to all our October couples!

 

All the best,

 

Libby

 

 

Vendor Love:

 

Linda and Sean

Venue:  Mint Museum Uptown

Photography:  LunahZon Photography

Catering:  Something Classic Catering

Music:   Carolina DJ Pros

Florals:  Herr Fresh Flowers

Desserts:  Sky's the Limit Bridal Sweets

Makeup:  Anne Marie Mitchell 

Hair:  Carly Metts

 

Leeanna and Chris

Reception venue:  Foundation for the Carolinas

Catering:  Queen City Catering

Photography:  Emily Kristine Photography

Cake:  Wow Factor Cakes

Music:  Split Second Sound

Florals:  Flowers Plus

Hair:  Brett Bishop

 

Jenni and Jesse

Venue:  Separk Mansion

Photography and Videography:  Ernie and Fiona 

Catering:  Best Impressions Caterers

Cake:  Cheesecake, Etc

Music:  Split Second Sound

Florals:  Chelish Moore Flowers 

Hair and Makeup:  Who's the Fairest

 

 

 

 

 

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