Dreamy, joyful and timeless are three words I would use to describe this day. Every detail of this wedding was meticulously planned by the couple and their planner, Kandace with Script and Harmony, keeping it simple and elegant. The couple were most inspired to unwind, relax, and spend quality time with their loved ones.
The couple exchanged private vows on the porch of the bridal suite, holding hands while maintaining the full reveal until the ceremony.
Donning a designer gown from the Martina Liana collection at Brickhouse Bridal, the bride made a statement - one that showcases the refined glamour and elegance of the woman she has become. Everyone was in awe of her couture style, fitted to accentuate Morgan's lean, feminine silhouette.
Guests dined and danced under the warm glow of the candlelight and chandeliers between a cake ceremony and bouquet/garter toss. The couple later concluded the night with a private last dance to Chris Stapleton's "Joy of My Life" just before running through a sea of bubbles and into a vintage car.
The whole day was a memorable moment I wish we could relive!
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.
wedding day Vendors
Venue: Pattison House | Photographer: Mandi Roach Photography | Bridal Gown: Martina Liana designer wedding dress from Brickhouse Bridal | Bridesmaids Dresses: Birdy Grey | Hair & Makeup: Beloved Makeup and Hair | Cake: Lane and Simple | Catering: Grupo Herrera Catering | DJ: Unique Style Productions