January 16th, 2021
Class. The style that captures my heart above all others. Collin & Lindsay could not have pulled off this elegant theme more perfectly with this style in mind. Between the black tux, cushion cut diamond, and romantic florals...everything was simply radiant. Intimacy reigned as their nearest and dearest surrounded them, for they had been hoping these two would fall in love for quite some time. Alas, they finally fell head over heels in love in God’s perfect timing. Sweet smiles filled Sunnybrook Plantation as their ceremony transformed into a private reception. Soon, we would embark outside to take advantage of the Golden Hour- always a favorite of mine!
As you know, January weddings come with the potential of spontaneous snowfall. With no chance of flurries in sight, we concluded our outdoor session and settled inside. A little while later, I glanced outdoors to notice an abundance of snow cascading from the sky. I grabbed this sweet pair and we quickly ventured outside once again. Come to find out, Lindsey had secretly been praying for snowfall on her wedding day! Such a small yet breathtaking request that God brought to fruition. I could not have planned for a more perfect conclusion to their wedding. I know that many brides sway from having a Winter celebration, which is very understandable. You definitely gamble with the weather...but sometimes it gives rise to the most beautiful fairytale-worthy moments. I have no doubt that these two will look back and remember this particular moment for many years to come.
Hair & Makeup Artist: Dabney Otey & Lindsey Carver
Catering: The Plantation on Sunnybrook Inn
Videographer: Whole Heart Studios
Dessert: Cindy Gardner
Bartending: The Plantation on Sunnybrook Inn
Wedding Gown: Chantilly Lace Bridals
Florals: Sunnybrook Larami Van Ness
Tux: Mens Wearhouse
Officiant: Pastor B Failes
Writer + Blog Editor: Lindsay Combs