Well hey there! I am crazy level excited to share all of the photos from this beautiful destination wedding weekend!! Our dear friends Jeremy and Kristi got married in Pawley’s Island, South Carolina and it was seriously amazing. Brett and I took a few days to hang out with our friends and really celebrate this wedding with everyone. It was so much fun. Having a wedding on a public beach is something I have never been a part of, and while it was slightly nerve-wracking (with the public being right there and all) it was so beautiful and perfect for these guys. We planned out the whole ceremony the day of their rehearsal, from where the altar could be set up all the way down to the smallest details like should we have chairs or pow wow style it and engulf this amazing couple with love. They decided on the latter and it was so special.
When we arrived to our room, we were surprised with a wonderful little gift bag FULL of goodies, along with the most adorable invitation to a BBQ dinner I have ever seen. The actual rehearsal was awesome. Getting a good feeling of how a ceremony will go is so important for so many reasons, and these guys nailed it. They got it figured out and set and ready and we were off to “pig out”.
The food down south is something unlike anything I have ever experienced. I’m a foodie, and I was blown away! Kristi had family come in from all over, including out west. Her sister and her family traveled in a camper! How awesome is that? It was truly a great night, and I knew it was a great indicator of how the next day would go. Take a look at Jeremy & Kristi’s wonderful rehearsal 🙂
A HUGE thanks goes to Judy Kenyon- she pulled off a great dinner full of love and laughter and memories that I am so happy I was able to capture for the new bride and groom. It was such a great night and I wouldn’t have wanted to be anywhere but with all of the amazing friends we got to spend it with.
Make it great guys!
Oct 3, 2016
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