There’s something so special about a Creekside Plantation wedding. After driving past the gate, you’re met with sweeping vineyards, huge oak leaf hydrangeas, and a 170 year old plantation home. It’s breathtaking. Hannah + Alan’s wedding ceremony was set on the front steps of the mansion, and the afternoon light couldn’t have been more perfect. But what made this day shine wasn’t just the venue, or the flowers—-it was in the personal touches from everyone they loved. Hannah’s mother helped plan the wedding and made the cakes, her aunt did all the hair, and the day was filled with excitement and love.
Hannah + Alan—-Thank you SO much for choosing me to be your wedding photographer. It was such a beautiful day, and I’m truly honored to have been there to document it!
One of my favorite touches throughout the day? The ivory bouquets with lush greenery and matching FLORAL CROWN.Â Nip and Tuck did such an incredible job!
I love the look on Alan’s face as he watches Hannah walk down the aisle.
The afternoon light is PERFECT for a wedding day. Isn’t this dreamy?
A beautiful candid moment as Alan escorted his new wife across the lawn.
These two, this light—I could have spent all day with this amazing couple! I love vineyard weddings. 🙂
The cakes were set atop a wooden antique table, and they smelled heavenly.
Venue: Creekside Plantation
Floral Design: Nip and Tuck Florist
Videographer: Woodnote Media
DJ: Music Machine
Catering: Zoe’s Kitchen
Hair Stylist: Judy White (the bride’s aunt)
Makeup Artist: Christy Dunn
Bakery: Lawanda White (the bride’s mother)