Y'all, we don't think we've met a group of people that smile this much.
Halfway through the evening, we went to check in on Hannah & Korey and found them on the dance floor. They were staring each other in the eyes through the blue and purple lights, and even with the band blaring next to them, it was like they were all alone in a sea of friends and family. It was a moment of bliss that we feel completely rewarded to witness when we are able to bring true love together.
These pictures are just a glimpse into the perfect evening where there wasn't a frown to be found. We feel extremely blessed that we got to spend time getting to know this couple and bringing together the best vendors in the area to complete their vision.
We've been building a lot of our brand around the images we took at the Leslie-Alford-Mims House, so we knew how beautiful the ceremony pictures were going to look out on the front porch with the help of Kelsey Nelson Photography. Hannah was able to find Homestead Flower Farm who did an incredible job bringing together the floral arrangements and were as helpful as they were affordable. With friends and family coming from all over the country, we love it when couples want to give travelers a taste of the area...especially when it comes to food. Hannah & Korey's dinner selection had everyone coming back for second helpings of brisket and mac with the Triangle-based barbecue favorite, The Q Shack. Our couple's vision had some finishing touches that really brought the decor together with the help of our friends at Greenhouse Picker Sisters with those gorgeous, Southern blue plates and lanterns on the farmhouse head table.