After shooting Kim and Jordan’s NYC engagement session (scroll to previous post), we were super excited for their wedding. We are suckers for historic plantation houses so the Ribault Club was right up our alley. From the tree canopied drive, the sunlight filtering through the scattered trees on the back lawn, the surrounding marsh and the house itself, there were no shortage of beautiful photo spots. The pretty details Kim chose were also abundant such as hanging lanterns, centerpieces of blue and white blooms mixed with white pumpkins and branches, and a custom ring pillow. Kim wanted to represent her Southern roots with favors of tupelo honey jars, southern comfort foods including a grits bar and pecan pie cups, all to be enjoyed against the musical backdrop of the Atlanta Pleasure Band. With all of the dress choices in NYC, Kim chose to shop in Jacksonville purchasing her beautiful tiered organza gown from White Magnolia in San Marco. Some highlights of their day were when the bridesmaids stole a peek of their first look from the second floor window, the special reading during the ceremony by Kim’s Grandmother, and the solo “booty” dances the couple performed for each other impromptu during the reception. We hope you enjoy these images from this classy and fun wedding!
Yay, a photo of us and our clients together! Image below right is courtesy of Plumbsmile photobooths.