I’m sure you’ve heard the saying that every wedding should incorporate something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. WELL, Fun fact #1: That saying comes from an Old English rhyme and those items are intended to bring the good luck to your big day. Fun fact #2: Raelyn and Chris had the all of those along with many other sentimental touches down pat at their summer wedding held at the bride's aunt and uncle's gorgeous property.
Vintage charm was the name of the game for this very family oriented wedding, and I am so excited to share the images from that day with you! Beautiful heirloom jewelry from different loved ones served as her something borrowed, old and blue. Though it’s hard to narrow down, I think my favorite vintage element from the entire wedding was Raelyn repurposing her Mother's wedding dress for some very special items. Her veil, hair clip, garter, and bouquet wrap were all made from that dress and had the stunning bride covered from head to toe with love.
In addition, everyone was swept up in the emotions with her bother Gunner welcoming guests to the ceremony. Followed by the sweetest ceremony delivered by the bride's father, Chris Paul. He could barely speak when the time came to pronounce them as husband and wife.
Thank you again for inviting me to be part of your day, Raelyn and Chris, and congratulations on hosting a beautiful, love-filled wedding!
Ceremony | Crazy Critters Farm -Aunt & Uncle's Property, Heath & Jennifer Richter
Reception | Yates Lodge
Wedding Cake & Cupcakes | Presley Richter
Grooms Cake | Chris Casper
Florist | Classic Florist & Home Decor
Planner | Southern Pearls - Ann Hortman
Catering | Holy Smokes BBQ & Chick-fil-a
DJ | Kendall Hadden
Hair and Makeup | Hair . Gypsy . Salon
Photographer | Janell Mitchell Photography
Videographer | Georgia Promotions and Aerial Imaging
View their engagement session HERE
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