This wedding day was absolutely magical. From start to finish, every detail was carefully planned by the couple and their planner, Kandace with Script and Harmony, to create a dreamy and elegant atmosphere.
The bride, Morgan, looked stunning in a designer gown from the Martina Liana collection at Brickhouse Bridal. The dress perfectly highlighted her lean and feminine silhouette, exuding refined glamour and elegance. It was clear that everyone was in awe of her couture style.
Before the ceremony, Morgan and Brandon exchanged private vows on the porch of the bridal suite. They held hands and kept the full reveal for the ceremony, adding an extra touch of anticipation and romance.
During the reception, guests enjoyed a delicious dinner and danced the night away under the warm glow of candlelight and chandeliers. There was excitement in the air as the couple performed a cake ceremony and later had a bouquet and garter toss.
Towards the end of the night, Morgan and Brandon had a beautiful private last dance to the song "Joy of My Life" by Chris Stapleton. It was a special moment filled with love and joy. They then ran through a sea of bubbles and hopped into a vintage car, ending the night with pure bliss.
Reflecting on their love story, Morgan and Brandon shared how they met on a dating website called Match. Their first date was filled with a funny moment when Brandon realized he had forgotten his wallet in his car. Despite the initial panic, he returned and their connection only grew stronger.
When it was time for Brandon to propose, they were in between houses and staying at Morgan's mom's house. During a casual conversation about their future plans, Brandon got down on one knee and asked Morgan to marry him. It was an intimate and heartfelt moment, just the two of them.
As a photographer, I am honored to have captured these warm, romantic, and intimate moments. This wedding day was truly unforgettable, and I wish we could relive it over and over again.
The Pattison House Venue
The Pattison House is right up there on my list of favorite venues. The original house has my heart -- over 100 years old and overflowing with nostalgia. In fact, one of the reasons our bride, Morgan, chose the venue was because of the charming old bridal cottage and it's antique furnishings. It's also large enough to host a lot of women. Together, with her mom, mother-in-law, aunts, grandmother, cousins, and bridesmaids, the bride appreciated getting ready without feeling on top of one another.