Brittany and Seth got married on November 4th, 2016 at The Garden on Millbrook in Raleigh. It was a beautiful day and a little breezy but comfortable.
The groomsmen and I are waiting for our cue to enter from the side door and take our places up front.
Our flower girl, Kaydance, is ready to sprinkle some petals!
Out of sight of the groom, our beautiful bride is waiting in the foyer with one of her bridesmaids.
Time for the grandparents and parents to be escorted in. We are in the shade but our guests are facing the sun.
Seth escorted his sweet grandmother in then stepped up beside me.
Seth detaches the rings and hands to the best man, Nate.
Brittany's proud father, Edward, brings in his beautiful daughter to be joined in marriage to Seth.
Ace then goes to sit with Seth's parents at that point while Edward transfers the bride's hand into the groom's.
Seth is beaming at Brittany and she is smiling right back. What a joy to have made it to this moment!
They remained just classmates until their senior year.
The vows were exchanged followed by the rings.
They join left hands. Brittany helped Seth get the ring all the way on her finger.
Then she placed the ring on Seth's finger.
A closing blessing followed. The beautiful arch and flowers were furnished by Martha Mazur.
They did not have any problems complying with my invitation!
Ace joins them as they walk up the aisle into married life!
Hey, we are really married now!
Brittany's mom, Susan, is escorted out by best man, Nate.
I thank you also for the 5 Star review:
Reverend Kayelily was more than a pleasure to work with. She helped us build our ceremony and it turned out absolutely perfect. Kayelily's style of how she comes up with the personal stories is perfect. She will ask individual questions and surprise you the day of your wedding. Seth and I couldn't be happier with how our ceremony was presented. I would highly suggest the use of this reverend for any wedding. Kayelily was really open to our thoughts on religion and it is obvious to me she has a wonderful heart that is open to anyone's own way of thinking. Thank you Kayelily!