Although winter overstayed its welcome this year, we awoke to a sunny and warm February 21st morning, the day Caroline and Jerron were to wed. It was quite the miracle, as all the days leading up to their wedding were cold and somewhat dreary. We all joked that it must have cost Caroline a lot of money to hire God for her big day. It truly seemed perfect from beginning to end! Everything flowed seamlessly and everyone was in extra good spirits due to the excellent weather.
As I was editing through Caroline and Jerron’s pictures, I couldn’t help but notice how Caroline and Jerron light up when they’re with one another. They were SO excited to see each other during their first look! It was too cute and you can tell that they just love being together.
Caroline and Jerron’s wedding day was everything from romantic to elegantly formal to wildly entertaining! I had a hard time narrowing this post down because there was so much great material to work with. Alas, I hope everyone enjoys these images as much as I do!
Caroline began her morning dressing at The Grand on Foster.
Caroline’s mother is stunning just like Caroline!
Their first look . . . ADORABLE!
The onlookers . . .
Oh this couple . . . GORGEOUS!
Jerron gifted Caroline a Bible and a necklace with their wedding date engraved on it.
I loved getting a chance to “second shoot” while the videographers (I mean, PRODUCTION CREW . . . there were FOUR of them) got their shots :)
Barbie and Ken doing their thang. hahaha!
Next, we made our way over to Covenant United Methodist Church.
My first wedding EVER where there was a DRONE!!! So cool!
I loved that Caroline processed down the aisle to Christina Perri’s song A Thousand Years. It was a breath taking moment when those doors opened. Yep, you’re married, Jerron ;) I fall to pieces over these next images! AH! The decor of the reception was to die for! The cake cutting and the bride’s plea for mercy . . . LOL! This next set of images CRACKS ME UP! Some games are just child’s play I guess. LOL! HYSTERICAL! Jerron’s niece was like, “Oh! Now, I like this game.” The dance floor was PACKED the entire night. I could only see a few feet in front of me when I was down below. Yeah, baby! Some intense dancing occurred. LOL! A chance send-off in front of the Juvenile Court Services building. LOL!
Linens – David Parker
Decorator -Alicia Murphree Humphreys
Florists – Rachel Barrentine and Hugh Deese
Cakes – Debra West
Caterer – Faye Jacobs of Pans and Petals Catering
Stage and Production – Dave Guiler
Ceremony Music – Lea Hornsby and Julia Martin
Preachers- Hays McKay and Jamey Green
Band – Bobby Moore and the Rhythm Aces
Koozies – Hunter Green
Hair and Makeup – DeeDee Morris
Coordinators – Candace Marshall and Gaye Choat
Videographers – MaKale Productions: Mike Barfield (lead), David Harrison Skipper, and Steve Frank