I always love when October rolls around each year and it’s finally acceptable to do a “fall wedding.” Gone are the hot sweaty summer weddings and in comes the cooler weather, beautiful light, and vibrant colors of fall weddings. I couldn’t think of a better way to kick off the fall than at Amber and Cary’s wedding this past weekend. With lots of thoughtful fall details and touches, a gorgeous backyard setting overlooking the nearby river and mountains, and plenty of excellent food spanning everything from exotic cheeses, kabobs, fall veggies, to she-crab soup! Being a chef himself, Cary insisted on having a fantastic spread of food (the menu was multiple pages!) and it definitely didn’t disappoint.
The whole wedding was held on Cary’s family property so it gave a special touch to the whole event. They were even married in a gorgeous chapel that was built by Cary’s family, so the whole day had lots of significance. Of course Amber had a huge part as well, picking out all the decorations and details with the help of Sarah Locke with Type A Events. Plenty of great beverages, dancing and scenery completed the night. Check it out!
Thanks again for having us guys!
Venue: Private Residence
Planning & Coordination: Type A Event Planning
DJ: Jumping Jukebox
Ceremony Music: Goodwin Quartet
Rentals: Professional Party Rentals
Catering: Ribault Street Catering
Transportation: Eastide Transport
Late into the reception, just as we were about to say our goodbye’s, Kristi mentioned to me that she hoped the wedding was the “perfect mix of classy and sassy.” I replied back to her that even after shooting weddings for 9 years, it definitely pushed the boundaries on both ends. The wedding absolutely dripped with class, all the way from Michael’s impeccable louis vuitton shoes, to the stunningly detailed bridesmaids dresses, to the 4+ foot crystal chandeliers that were specially installed in the Wyche Pavilion, and yes, Kristi’s incredible dress. And the wedding definitely didn’t disappoint on the sassy side either. Kristi saber-ed a champagne bottle to get the party started – something I’ve never seen before, let alone from someone in a wedding dress. What happened after can definitely only be fully told by the photos, but needless to say this was one of our favorite weddings we have shot all year.
Thanks so much for having us guys! We had a blast!!
Getting Ready: Westin Poinsett
Ceremony & Reception: Larkin’s Wyche Pavilion
DJ: S&D Entertainment
Officiant: Han Hills
Makeup: Katie Cotton
Cake: Kathy and Co.