I love a classic wedding filled with love, and it is safe to say this beauty captured by Leslee Mitchell has classical romance written all over it. It’s elegance at its best with the sweetest Rosemary Beach Town Hall ceremony and a reception complete with a few furry friends for good measure. Have a look at the full gallery for so much more!
From the beautiful Bride… Christopher and I first met in high school when we both signed up for the same summer course. We became friends, and later reconnected our freshman year at The University of Alabama. We often ran into each other around campus, and our friendship later blossomed into something more. We were soon inseparable, and began dating the second half of our sophomore year. After almost four years of dating, Christopher proposed in late June. He surprised me with an entire day spent doing all of my favorite things, and then took me for a sunset stroll in Seaside where he proposed on the beach. Afterwards, we celebrated with dinner at one of my all time favorite restaurants, Café Thirty-A.
Planning my wedding was something that I had looked forward to ever since I was a little girl. My parents even have my old photos from wedding magazines I used to save. I wanted my wedding to have a very timeless, romantic feel to it. I wanted to be able to look back through the pictures when it was all over and see something very elegant and classic. I envisioned soft, delicate champagnes and blushes, beautiful furniture and décor, and a sophisticated menu. It was also really important for me to add lots of personal details to make it my own.
When it came to choosing the location, we knew the beach would be the perfect setting. For both Christopher’s family and my own, the beach has always been a very special place. I remember right after we got engaged, my mother’s family was reminiscing over all of our wonderful memories at the beach, and I began thinking how memorable and special a wedding at the beach would be. We looked at several different venues, but after visiting Rosemary Beach, we knew we had found what we were looking for. Rosemary has such a beautiful, dreamy atmosphere, with gorgeous white houses and quaint cobblestone streets. Our ceremony took place in Rosemary’s Town Hall. It has such a beautiful, clean elegance to it with soft white walls, stone floors, and gorgeous wooden rafters with iron chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. It also has an adjoining courtyard that was the perfect spot for our reception!
Photography: Leslee Mitchell | Videography: Holloway Productions | Cake: Confections On The Coast | Invitations: Amberly Shelton Print Design | Hair & Makeup: Celine Russell | Band: Black Jacket | Bride's Dress: La Sposa Costura Collection, Denia, Barcelona | Bridesmaid's Monogrammed Bags: Southeastern Salvage Birmingham | Bridesmaids' Robes: Singing Slowly | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Amsale | Bridesmaids’ Gift Boxes: The Paper Source | Champagne Tags + Program + Food Signage: Annabelle’s | Confetti: The Confetti Bar | Coordination & Design: M. Elizabeth Events | Crystal Toasting Flutes: Waterford From Bromberg’s | Earrings: Erin Cole From Ivory & White | Floral Design & Lighting: Events By Nouveau Flowers | Groomsmen's Gift: Bromberg’s Jewelers | MOB & MOG Dresses: Clothes Tree By Deborah | Monogram: Allison R. Banks Designs | Mr. & Mrs. Hangers: BHLDN | Stoned Belt + Sash: Justin Alexander Designer, Sweet Elegance, Atlanta | Tuxedo: Mr. Burch Formalwear | Wax Seal & Monogram Stamp: LetterSeals And Nostalgic Impressions | Wedding Venue: Rosemary Beach Town Hall