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One of the things that I love about a Hindu wedding (but also contributes to the complexity of planning) is the traditional multi-day, multi-event format. Isn’t it so great that the unity of a couple is worth celebrating for several days?!

Blended Hindu-American Wedding with Southern Styling

Indian bride and groom portraits

I’m crazy about the classic and timeless elements that Hope and David incorporated into their wedding day. A formal wedding amongst the towering white walls of St. Simon’s Presbyterian Church sanctuary was like a scene from a movie. And the most beautiful wedding party and couples portraits were taken below the moss-dripped oaks at Avenue of the Oaks.

A Classic Island-Chic Wedding at King & Prince Resort | St. Simons Island

Bride and groom church ceremony

I’m bringing #throwbackthursday to the blog today! I can’t believe this romantic wedding at Reynolds Plantation was almost ONE year ago! My goodness, where has time gone?!

When we were planning her wedding, Katie expressed opinions on her priorities for the wedding and otherwise stepped back with full trust in me to create an unforgettable day with specialized details. It’s safe to say we did just that!

Look Back at a Romantic Spring Wedding at Reynolds Plantation

I’m bringing #throwbackthursday to the blog today! I can’t believe this romantic wedding at Reynolds Plantation was almost ONE year ago! My goodness, where has time gone?!

When we were planning her wedding, Katie expressed opinions on her priorities for the wedding and otherwise stepped back with full trust in me to create an unforgettable day with specialized details. It’s safe to say we did just that!

Look Back at a Romantic Spring Wedding at Reynolds Plantation

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