Y’ALL - where to even begin with Paige and Scott!
The most snuggly, giggly, playful bride and groom? Check out their sweet first look and golden hour portraits.
The perfect color scheme? Hello mustard yellow and champagne bridal gowns!
The sweet mementos form her parents wedding? Scroll to read more about coke cans and red bandanas.
Also did I mention after their engagement session realized we worked out at the same gym? It’s been fun seeing them around before their big day! Check out their engagement session here.
There were so many thoughtful and fun moments throughout the day so buckle up tight and enjoy the ride!
I want to send a big shout out to all my vendors who made this day the absolute best!
Venue: Front Porch Farms
Planning: Front Porch Farms
Flowers: Front Porch Farms
Suit: Joseph A Banks
Hair: Carolyn Myers
Makeup: Hope Gentry Miller
Live Music: Blair Saldana
Catering: Uselton Catering
Second Shooting: Erin Fox
In Paige’s parents wedding her dad’s best man had a red bandana that he let Brian use all day. So fittingly Brian brought along a red bandana to wipe the tears away during their first look.
Scott and Paige chose their color scheme to be steel blue, burnt orange, and Marigold yellow . I couldn’t think of a better color scheme for a late summer/early fall wedding. I also love how the champagne bridesmaids gowns made the color POP! And check out Scott’s fun hipster tie - love, love, love!
After the ceremony Paige was overcome with joy and started crying all the happy tears. My favorite moment from their day <3
After we all recovered from that sweet moment we did family pictures and golden hour portraits. To all my brides out there - if you are planning a ceremony time, I recommend starting 1.5-2 hours before the sun sets so we can celebrate in the sunset together ;)
Brian and Tracie, Shelby’s parents, have the CUTEST story about coke cans. At their wedding 34 years ago, a new coke flavor had even released. Brian’s brother saved up Coke cans over the month's before the wedding so on the wedding day they had an epic Coke string to their car. The next day Brian’s nephew found some strings that had fallen off the car at the exit. Brian and Tracie received that as a gift for Christmas and decorate their Christmas tree with it every year. Tracie told me if their house caught on fire, that would be the one thing she would grab - a memento of the decades of loving her sweet husband. So Paige and Scott made their own twist on the legend - Dr. Pepper cans!
Congratulations to the Simpson’s!