The only thing missing from Amelia and Ian's beautiful summer wedding at the Woodruff Fontaine House & Museum was there two sweet pups.
It was completely head to toe in Memphis spirit, from locally brewed Memphis beer from Memphis Made Brewing Co., to the unspeakable deliciousness of Gus' Fried Chicken and Central BBQ, to the venue itself: a beautiful historic home that stands right in the heart of Memphis.
The Hunley's wedding day was relaxed, romantic, and F U N. The stresses of wedding planning, timelines, and details faded away as they danced into the night surrounded by their friends and family.
I knew these two were "my people" from the literal moment that we met, and I'm so happy that they chose me to document this day for them, and even more excited for them as they make their big move up to Boston! Congrats you two! <3
"We were both pretty stressed heading into that moment--we were still putting out fires about the wedding; however, all of the stress melted away for a few minutes and we got to see each other before the ceremony and just let ourselves enjoy each others company."
"One of the biggest moments from our wedding that stood out to us was walking into the ceremony; we were able to see all of our friends and family in one place! And we loved each others faces as I walked toward Ian at the alter. It was the most meaningful part of the day for us."
HUGE thank you to all of these incredible vendors that helped bring such a beautiful day to life!
Wedding Venue: Woodruff Fontaine House & Museum
Bridal Gown: Ballew Bridal
Second Photographer: Kaitlyn Stoddard
Florist: Kacie Cooper Floral Design
Make-Up Artist: Kimberly Yasmine
Hair Stylist: Maria Yeomelakis Leone
DJ: CK Soundz Productions
Catering: Gus' Famous Fried Chicken
Beverages: Memphis Made Brewing Co.
Cake: Muddy's Bake Shop
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