It’s been a while since I posted so I am going to overload you with images today! The first is from Kim and Rich who were married at the Preston Woodall House in Benson in December. I first met Kim at a bridal show and I loved her from the first time we met. She had a fabulous idea for her wedding, a masquerade theme. It was so much fun and came together beautifully! She spent months hand making each mask for the guests and they turned out amazing!
They had their ceremony in the bay window of the ballroom at the Preston Woodall House. The guys wore tuxes with tails and Kim wore a gorgeous ballgown that fit her perfectly. She looked amazing! Fresh Affairs created beautiful bouquets and boutonnieres filled with irises, freesia, and lisianthus (my personal favorite!). After the ceremony, the guests enjoyed cocktail hour in the house while Kim and Rich had an amazing couples session with Cara and her assistant, Max, from F8 Photo Studios. I love working with Cara, not only because she is so much fun, but she does really fabulous couple sessions with her couples. Check out the image above of the two of them!
Everyone moved back into the ballroom for dinner. The bride and groom were introduced and went straight into their first dance, “Come What May” from Moulin Rouge, one of my all time favorites! After all the guests finished their meals, we cut the cake from Ashley Cakes. To go along with the masquerade theme, Ashley had bride and groom masks as their cake toppers. Too cute! After the cake, Mel from Bunn DJ Company, opened up the dance floor and everyone had a great time.
Kim and Rich are such a great couple and I wish them all the best in their married life! I have to give a special thank you to the staff at the Preston Woodall House. They are wonderful and do everything they can to make their couples happy. Thanks again!