The Leslie-Alford Mims House is a historic site in downtown Holly Springs. Two women, Priscilla Erwin and Brooke Everhart, have lovingly restored this beautiful home to its original splendor plus more. As wedding planners they could envision weddings and events there. Others had tried to restore the old home but had failed. Priscilla and Brooke decided to go for it and have done a wonderful job.
You can see downtown Holly Springs in the background here.
There is an old church next door which shares the driveway and parking lot. Keeping watch over both properties is a monument to Confederate Soldiers.
Priscilla and Brooke landscaped the grounds and added the portico and a large paver terrace where a tent can be erected to handle large weddings and receptions.
Brooke and Priscilla with me!Brides and Bouquets. He is so talented.
Priscilla tells us it is time to get lined up to enter. The guests are seated and ready.
After Bob and his three sons entered with me, the two girls followed together.
It is time for our beautiful bride!
And so we begin the ceremony welcoming everyone.
Now speaking to Jessica's daughter.
They exchanged vows then the rings.
Jessica puts the ring on Bob's finger.
Then the kids pour in their sand one at the time followed by Bob and Jessica blending their sand together on top.
That "after-kiss" moment when reality sinks in--we did it!
And a happy hug!
The pretty sand layers joined together.
The happy new family poses for a photo for our photographer, Morgan with Live View Studios.