I might be a little bit biased, but I wholeheartedly believe this is one of the sweetest weddings you’ll ever come across. As a guest I can tell you that as stunning as the images from Nancy Ray are – and trust me, they’re ridiculously stunning – they capture a mere faction of joy felt on that day. From Anna’s heirloom veil, to the bluegrass band that played through the night, it’s Southern tradition with a twist and you can click right here to see for yourself.
From Nancy Ray… I am thrilled to share Anna and Ben’s Raleigh wedding with you. If I can summarize this wedding with one word, it would be “sweet!” The first look, the groom’s unending tears, the heirloom veil from the mother of the bride, the unique dress that fit Anna’s personality perfectly, the pickle mason-jar favors, the beautiful floral printed stationery, the photos on display from weddings gone by, and hands down, the best father-daughter first look I’ve ever photographed – there was a sweetness to this wedding that is hard to put into words. Even the milk glass and the lacy toms (worn by the bride) were perfect examples of the vintage charm that Anna and Ben love. I’ll never forget this couple, their precious families, and the sweet atmosphere of their wedding day. Anna and Ben sure have friends and family who treasure them individually, and now, as a couple. What a sweet, sweet day!
Photography: Nancy Ray Photography | Floral Design: Flowers On Broad Street | Wedding Dress: Traditions By Anna | Cake: Blue Moon Bakery | Invitations: Paper Daisies Stationery | Ceremony Venue: Kirk Of Kildaire | Reception Venue: The Pavilions At The Angus Barn | Shoes: Toms | Catering: Angus Barn | Bluegrass Band: The Hey Brothers | Film Lab: Indie Film Lab | Hair + Makeup: Hairlines | Veil: Mother Of The Bride's Veil | Wedding Dress : Lula Kate