These next few post come with two warnings Number One: if you tire of amazing details (let’s be honest, who does? ) look anyway. And Number Two: for all of my fellow detail loving friends, grab a seat you might be here a while !
I am so thrilled to finally release Mollie and Ricky’s Natchez wedding …. Yay . When we first chatted with Mollie and her sweet Mom, Mark Eric himself was booked , but I instantly knew I wanted to shoot this wedding myself. Details and all things pretty are an admitted weakness of mine . Plus it was an October wedding and Fall is my favorite time of the year . The only thing that could have made this day any better for me would have been to have been shooting it alongside Mark , when the two of us get to work together it is nothing short of a blast .
Here are a few of my faves from Mollie and Ricky’s big day. Mollie and Ricky, you guys were so amazing to work with . May the rest of your lives together remain as beautiful as the day it all started .
Thanks for trusting in me .
Molli made her own programs from old sheet music herself ! Complete with velvet ribbon , side stitching and rubber seals …. LOVED
Wedding Dress purchased at: The Bridal Path (Jackson, MS)
Getting Ready: Guest House
Ceremony and Reception Venue: Magnolia Hall Plantation
Wedding Colors: Coral Orange, Green, Gold, Peach
Cake Artist: Edna’s Cakes
Band: Four Barrel Funk (Mobile, AL)
Wedding Planner: Cheryl Rhinehart
Florist: Brenda at Moreton’s
Bridal Luncheon: Carriage House at Stanton Hall
Grooms Luncheon: Fat Mama’s
2nd photographer: Amanda Causey