I think I need to warn you before you get to far into this post. This, is going to be a lengthy one. There were too many good images and I had a very hard time narrowing them down. I always do with weddings. Maybe it’s because weddings are my favorite event to photograph. Reguardless, there are a lot of images that you are going to get to see as you scroll. The venue for this wedding is beautiful! The Granite Club, also known as the McKinney-O’Conner House, is a 7500 square foot mansion that was built in the 1920’s oil boom. It’s got a plantation like feel and a victorian vibe. One of my top favorite venues for sure!
The day started like any other wedding day. I got there as Jade was getting her hair and make up finished. A few people from the wedding party were on the grounds. You could feel the excitement. Her colors were navy and pink they complimented each other very well. The air smelled of fresh flowers and Summer. Slowly the wedding party arrived and things really got going. There were boutonnieres of lavender and bouquets of roses and peonies. It was lovely . The atmosphere was laid back and relaxed.
I love the look on Mom’s face as her oldest daughter was being buttoned into her wedding gown.
This flower girl was so much fun.
Per usual, the groomsmen showed up ready to have a good time. It was a little rowdy, but all in fun and you could tell they were having a good time.
As the morning passed and everyone got closer to being completely ready, it was soon time for Jacob and Jade’s first look. One of my favorite parts of the day.
And then finally, ceremony time.
The reception was a blast. Great people and amazing food!
Jacob and Jade, I can’t say thank you enough for letting me be apart of your day! It was beautiful just like you!
Til next time,
Do Well and Do Good,
Hair & Make up: Jordan Carter
Flowers: Jason Roberson
Venue: The Granite Club
Dress: Low’s Bridal
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: David’s Bridal
Catering: Woods Catfish