She giggled and leaned forward just enough to kiss her baby girl on the cheek, allowing the stylist to pin the last curl up. With one last glance in the mirror to check her hair and make-up Mary floated out the door, wedding gown in hand and hopped in the limousine with her mother, sister and flower girl.
Just a few minutes later Mary walked out onto the front porch between the tall white columns and down into the lawn, her white sheath gown moving faintly in the breeze. She reached out and touched his shoulder, and the world seemed to stop for a moment. Justin turned, a broad smile already spread across his face. They held hands, taking in the moment then hugged…the kind of hug that expressess more love and meaning than words can possibly hold.
Justin and Mary, Congratulations! It has been such an immense joy to watch your love story unfold and to have the opportunity to document it. We wish you a lifetime of love and adventure. -Susannah and Josue
aren’t those colors lovely? I loved the flower ball that she carried instead of petals!Mary and Justin left us a wonderful amount of time so we could not only do couples pictures but a mini bridal session!isn’t she lovely?The new area of the Carrick House is absolutely lovely! The light was perfect for the ceremony.I so enjoyed watching the flower girl take in the whole day. The image on the left is one of my favorites. ever. Can’t you just see her dreaming of her own wedding day?these two are so in love…
Videography: Scott Hayes Video Productions
Planner: KY Wedding Bliss, Leann Shields
Florist: Stem’s (Bonnie Dowler)
Venue: The Carrick House
Make-Up: Tammera Porter, Mary Kay
Dress: Miss Priss
Cake: Tinker’s Cake Shop
DJ: Pure Sound