Last fall I met up with Kaylyn and Turner on one of the coldest days at Callaway Gardens for their engagement session. (If you’ve never been to Callaway in the fall, you need to schedule a trip asap!). Their wedding date was set for April of this year, but our world turned upside down in March and their wedding day got pushed to September. They were able to have their parents attend a small ceremony at the venue (The Farm at Lullwater) but they saved their big celebration until friends and extended family could join them in the fall!
And let me just say what an example these two were on their wedding day. They had so many sweet little touches that truly put their guests first and showed their hospitality. The couple (donned in a black and a white mask!) greeted each guest as they arrived at the top of the aisle, thanking them for coming to be with them. Because their grandparents were unable to attend their April wedding, they had them seated on the front row for the best view of the ceremony. Their bridal party conducted most of the service, telling stories of the couple through the years in addition to leading them through their vows + tree planting ceremony. It was just the sweetest and warmest moment to witness.
Lindsay Colson, photographer and owner of Captured by Colson Photography, is a Valdosta, Georgia based photographer who specializes in weddings in the southeast as well as natural light senior photography. Interested in choosing Lindsay document your first day of marriage?
Venue: The Farm At Lullwater, Crawford, Alabama
Coordinator: Bridgett Oliver
Florals: Tiger Lillies Florals
Dress Shop: Uptown Gowns
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