I dream of a love that even time will lie down and be still for || Jane Austen
I am so excited to share today’s wedding with y’all! Meg & Chris knew when they began planning their wedding that they wanted it to be small and intimate, with only their closest friends and family there. Cue 2020, when they were suddenly ahead of the wedding trends! They held their wedding at the Whitman, a charming historic house in downtown Savannah, Georgia right across the street from Forsyth Park. I love a good rainy day portrait you guys, but let me just tell you-it FLOODED all. day. long. on their wedding day!! Thankfully, we had already talked about the possibility of it raining all day, and they both embraced the weather with grace and joy. We went out and took some of my favorite portraits in the middle of the rain, and caught a tiny break with only drizzle for some, too. Their ceremony was held in the courtyard with incredible floral design by Huckleberry Collective. They danced the night away in the main living room of the Whitman, and we just had the best time while the rain continued outside…seriously, it was so romantic! I hope you enjoy some of my favorites from our time together, and as always-don’t forget to celebrate love!
This wedding was overflowing with joy and happiness! The bride couldn’t have been more beautiful. The groom was not only handsome but had a lion’s heart to match. Christina’s florals and elegant styling were to perfection and she did double duty as bridesmaid! The photography was brilliant. Steve at the Whitman worked magic. Lines blurred between family and friends as we were all one big happy, loving group. Everyone had a fabulous time together. That is what it is all about- – love.
I LOVE this pictures!!! Brilliant eye, A. Thomas!! K.D.
Oh my goodness! Absolutely beautiful! Everything about it! Congratulations Meg! We love you!
Congratulations, Chris! You look incredibly happy. Cheers to wedded bliss for many many years! Ps I love the special dog cocktails, nice nod to vet med. War eagle! Candice Pace AUCVM 2007