Rain, rain go away…and it did Fallout 4! Saturdays wedding at the Veranda in Magnolia Plantation was a down pour until the sun came out just in the nick of time! No matter what obstacles you must overcome on your wedding day, everything always works out prison escape.  Their ceremony was gorgeously placed next to the white bridge lawn and couldn’t have been any more perfect with the glistening trees and rays of sun shining through the snow-white clouds Download a batch of Facebook photos. Afterwards, their family and friends gathered on the upper deck of the Veranda for cocktail hour. We had the pleasure to work with The Watering Hole Bar Service who were professional and as sweet as the drinks they were serving up Seven House!

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We had so much fun working with their planner, Danielle Snider Steam soundtrack! She always does a fantastic job making our bride and groom’s dream day come alive. All the guests drank, ate, and danced the night away without a care because she was constantly on top of every detail from start to finish!

Congratulations to our newlyweds and we wish you both nothing but the absolute best in your future together! Weddings Photography