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Destination Engagement Session: Is It Right for You? Destination engagement sessions have become increasingly popular in recent years and are no longer something that only the wealthy do. More and more couples are insistent on using their photographer for their sessions and are more than willing to travel to them too – the fact that […]
COVID-19 has taken such a toll on the fairytale weddings my clients deserve so much but on this day, Mr. & Mrs. Keller were surrounded by so much love, and support! I don’t know if we could have asked for a more perfect day!
Even with all of the stress, this pair has been under while planning a wedding and being on such a limit for their guest count, these two were so ready to meet at the altar!
The girls were getting ready at Harbor House in Bay St. Louis and we walked into lots of giggles, hairspray, and the sound of Pandora playing Creedence Clearwater Revival. This was the perfect atmosphere for me to wor on detail photos! Y’all know I love to sing while I work, right? Aren’t these details just perfect?
The ceremony was at Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic Church. The scene of Savannah riding with her Dad in a carriage to marry the man of her dreams really was something straight out of a movie scene. Taylor teased that he was not going to cry when she walked down that aisle..and he didn’t…much! 😉 Sorry, Taylor! It was too perfect not to mention!
Family and friends joined for the reception at the Bay. St Louis Community Hall to celebrate this wonderful family!
More details will be added to this post very soon! I hope you enjoy seeing the portraits!
This beautiful keepsake was a gift to Savannah from her new Mother-in-Law! Isn’t it gorgeous?
Savannah’s talented Grandmother, Mrs. Bertha, added all of the lace details to this veil! It was breathtaking and such a work of love!
Daddy-Daughter first look <3
Years ago, Savannah’s Dad saw a horse and buggy while on a trip with his wife and told her right then that his little girl would have that on her big day!
And they stopped traffic that day, too! <3
Such a wonderful group of friends!
And they lived HAPPILY EVER AFTER!
It was a pleasure to serve you, Mr. & Mrs. Keller!
Photography and Videography: Kayce and Trevor of Kayce Stork Photography and Films
Second Photographers: Kara Crane of Kayce Stork Photography and Films and Kayla Carter of Kayla Rashelle Photography
Planning and Design: The Wedding Collection
Bride’s Gown: Allure Bridals
Florals: The French Potager
Bridesmaids Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids
Groom’s Suit: Men’s Warehouse
Bride’s Cake: Gambino’s
Groom’s Cake: Whipped, LLC
Invitation: Stone Printing
Rentals: ABC Rentals
Gobo, Lighting, and Rentals: Southern Event Productions
Bride’s Hair: Allie Lee with Blush Salon
Bride’s Makeup: Jessica with GorJess, LLC
Additional Makeup Artists: Robin Malone & Jodi Landry
Live Painter: Nicole Britt
Catering: Catering for All Occasions
Horse and Carriage: Honey Island Clydesdales
Antique Car & Bus: Royal Coach Limousine
Key Mistakes to Avoid When Booking a Wedding Venue It’s totally understandable that you want to dive into the wedding planning process once you get engaged to the love of your life. However, before you start spending your wedding budget, here are a few things you shouldn’t do until you’ve secured a venue. 1: […]
It’s only natural to think about what could go wrong on your wedding day. Trying to take every possible disaster into consideration is not realistic though. However, there are a few key things you should probably try and plan for.
You’ve been dying to wear your dream wedding dress and ending up with a stain is the last thing you want. Unfortunately, these things do happen but there are ways to still have a picture-perfect dress even if disaster strikes.
There is a lot that happens in the bridal suite. From drinking mimosas to eating snacks and applying makeup. Having an emergency kit on hand will ensure you can quickly and easily deal with any stains before you head down the aisle.
First off, don’t panic if something does get on your dress. And whatever you do, don’t rub the stain. When you have the right supplies, it is possible to remove or cover up any unexpected stains.
Here is what your emergency dress kit should include:
– Rubbing Alcohol. Ink and grease stains can be treated with rubbing alcohol, just make sure it’s denatured rubbing alcohol. Use a white cotton towel to apply and gently rub it in circular motions.
What you can also do is speak to the store or designer that you bought your dress from and get their professional recommendations. They know what materials have been used and what you should and shouldn’t use!
Keeping these basics on hand will give you some added peace of mind on the day of your wedding.
What items were lifesavers on your big day?