From her beautiful gown hanging on the door of a gorgeous white plantation house surrounded by magnolias, and the tearjerking first looks with her parents, to the sentimental touches throughout the day and the sweetest looks between the new couple that I think I’ve ever seen…Brooklyn and Ethan’s wedding day was PERFECTION. I knew Brooklyn and Ethan from a previous client (Ethan’s sister Katyn) and knew that they would be my kind of couple. Their sweet nature and their easy demeanor left me wanting to hang out with them all the time.
I’m not sorry that this post is long…and actually I wish I could make it longer. I couldn’t narrow down my favorites…and I couldn’t NOT post as many details of this wedding as I could squeeze in. I was (am) absolutely enamored with Brooklyn’s lavender and gold color scheme, her attention to all the pretty sparkly things, and her entire vision for how she made her day come together. And as much as I know Ethan loves Brooklyn, he didn’t care about any of that. At the end of the day, if he was holding her hand as Mr. and Mrs. Hardin, he was going to be a happy fella. And that, you guys, is what makes a good start to a marriage. Ethan and Brooklyn got it right, FOR SURE. You can tell just by the looks on their faces.
Check out how their day looked, and if you’re looking for someone to document YOUR love story, let’s chat. Soon.
Venue: Boiling Springs First Baptist Church and Duncan Estate, Spartanburg, SC // Cake: // Florals: // Bride’s Gown: // Groom’s Tux: //