Photo of the engaged couple on display.
Isn't that dress gorgeous? What a handsome couple!
What is Paul looking at? I missed that one!
Look at that look they sneaked during the pronouncement.
After the wedding the wedding party walked the one block to the Capital for photos. After packing up the sound system and bidding farewell to the musicians and Reta and Meredith, we caught up with them for a few pictures. Paul and Shelley, you are a great couple and so much fun to work with . You planned a super wedding and I know you had fun! I wish you love, joy and peace for a lifetime!
I had to show you this exquisite ring. Paul had to save up for this one, as the story in the ceremony revealed. But, as he said, Shelley was really worth it!
Our Vendors for this wedding:
Wedding Planners: Reta and Meredith Kohari (mother and daughter team) with French 75 Events. Ladies, it is always a pleasure to work with you. I know I can count on your professionalism and covering every detail!
Venue: Historic Haywood Hall is owned by the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America. I have been doing weddings here for almost 12 years! A great venue with front walk, garden and gazebo.
Videographer and Photographer to the rescue: David Goodwin. Man, you saved the day!
Musicians: Phillip Jefferson, oboe, and Gregory Dixon, keyboard played for the ceremony. For the reception the line up was: Tim Smith Jazz Quartet, Rye Mountain Boys, and then Hobex.
Flowers: Distinctive Designs of Wake Forest did fabulous florals for this wedding!
Wedding Cake: Lorie at Simply Cakes did a great job on their cake.
Caterer: Famous local caterer is Barbara Boney Caters. Always wonderful!