The weather was cool; not too hot, not too cold. The setting was picture perfect; the waddling ducks on the rippling lake, the golf course green lawn, the long drive from the gate, the white picket fence, white chairs, white flower petals magnificently laid out for the bridal entrance – all created the ambiance for something beautifully romantic.
The band played sweetly, setting the mood for romance. The bass guitarist strumming along created rhythmic sounds that pierced the tranquility, almost as if happiness was dancing in the air. Their dearest friends and closest family stood in support, the couple held hands, looked into each other’s eyes, said “I do” and kissed. Everything was magazine perfect.
Dahlia and Charles became man and wife in a beautiful, intimate ceremony in Eatonton Georgia.
I am always honored to create art, to tell wedding stories, to curate history, to preserve a living legacy of the day you say “I do.”