When I arrived at the wedding venue, Drew & her bridesmaids were already having a good time! As soon as the door opened, the space was already filled with good times and plenty of laughter. The ladies were touching up their hair and makeup, because they had just finished “playing on the monkey bars” outside! Haha! (Ask Drew to share the polaroids). The vibrant colors the happy couple chose truly fit their personalities! Baron Bluff was donned with a brilliant colors paired with chinoiserie decor and a remarkable amount of light from the sunshine and uplighting energy!
Only minutes before the ceremony started a thunderstorm popped up and showered the grounds. Without hesitation the wedding coordinator and her team rushed to the gazebo and wiped down the setting for the guests. Without the exception of the lovely glow from the rain left, no one would have guessed a downpour of rain just graced us. The clouds parted and the processional begin.
Last year Drew and Josh actually decided to marry during a small ceremony due to the uncertainties of the pandemic and a few of their beautiful portraits from that day are sprinkled in this blog. The couple decided to wait until 2021 to celebrate with their friends and family. Sometimes anticipation brings high expectations and boy, did their wedding exceed them all!! What a perfect day, y’all! Thank you for trusting in me to document it!
Wedding Planning and Coordinator: Chelsea Kennedy Events
Venue: Burritt on the Mountain | Baron Bluff
Photography: Twenty Oaks Photography
Video: Awaken Films
Catering: Hartley’s Catering
Cake: Edgar’s Bakery
Ceremony Music: Valley Conservatory
Gazebo Draping: Jayce Sellers
Rentals: All Needz
Reception Entertainment: Ty Reynolds Band
Hair and Makeup: The Transformation
Invitation Suite: Ledgewood Fine Stationery
Wedding Gown: Modern Brides
Bridesmaids Gown: Azazi
Tuxes: The Black Tux