Emily and Clint’s rustic January wedding day was pure perfection. The bride and groom wanted a country, southern feel. They incorporated a lot of wood, tan, and burlap accents into their day. The bridesmaids wore beautiful chianti dresses that perfectly complimented their bouquets. They were a mixture of greenery, light pink, dusty rose, and burgundy colored flowers loosely wrapped with natural burlap ribbon. The bride carried a similar bouquet, just with all white flowers and greenery.
From the photographer: “The night ended with a private last dance between Emily and Clint. The DJ asked all the guests to go downstairs to get ready for their sparkler exit. Emily and Clint wanted to spend the last part of their wedding the same way their relationship started, just the two of them. They danced alone in their reception room, embraced each other, cried, and prayed together. I’ve never had a couple do this before and it was really something special to watch. When the song ended, we ran downstairs to a tunnel of sparklers where they said goodbye to all their friends and families.”
When asked what her favorite part of their rustic January wedding was, the bride said: “The first look and being able to spend time with Clint before all of our guests arrived. We wrote letters to one another and exchanged them then, which was a very personal part of the day for the two of us. The most special moment of our wedding day to me had to be our last dance. At this time, Clint and I had one last dance to ourselves where we spent reminiscing our wedding day. Although I absolutely loved being surrounded by all of our family and friends that day, there was something so special about having that last moment be just the two of us.”
Dress Store: Davids Bridal//Transportation: Jax Black Car//Caterer: Mojo BBQ Old City//DJ: The Jeff Bell Experience//Makeup Artist: Beauty by Ashley//Event Venue: Crosswater Hall at Nocatee//Photographer: Jennifer Nicole Photography