Jacksonville Wedding by Jenn Hopkins Photography
June 18, 2012
Classic WeddingsBallroom WeddingsMuseum

Have you ever fallen in love with a fabulous pair of shoes?  I have.  And they just so happen to be the prettiest pair of purple, bow-adorned heels I have ever laid my eyes upon.  Which comes as no surprise, really, since every.last.detail of this stunning Jacksonville soiree has captured my heart - and in a BIG way. From that swoon-worthy gown to the gorgeous florals by Shea Hopely Flowers to the breathtaking images captured by Jenn Hopkins Photography, it's one serious lesson in traditional perfection.  Ready to spend your Monday wrapped up in lovely?  See it all here.

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From Jenn Hopkins Photography... Lindsay and Brian are an incredible couple.  They share so much joy and laughter together. We had a giant rain storm that day that moved their outdoor garden ceremony indoors, and it didnt faze them a bit. They still laughed and smiled and cried right along with each other, as if everything hadn't gotten rained out. My bride even hopped out in the rain under a giant umbrella with her new hubby, to capture the day as it truly happened.

Lindsay even planned a special time to do a first look with her daddy. Which I love, as sometimes Dads get lost in the shuffle on wedding days, only seeing their daughters a few minutes before they walk them down the aisle. in planning a first look with the first love of her life, her daddy, she got to spend a few minutes with just him. Which was really really sweet.

The couple really made their day all about them and their friends and family. A sweet way they made sure that they touched each guest that day was by having their menu cards custom printed and personalized for each guest. Every guest's menu had a special sweet note on it from Lindsay and Brian, personalized for that individual with a funny story or sweet words with how they had impacted the couple and why they were so grateful they were there that day to celebrate their love.

Lindsay and Brian made sure their day refelected who they were, classic, southern, sweet and fun. Incredibly in love and so excited to start their lives together.

Wedding Photography: Jenn Hopkins Photography / Floral Design: Shea Hopely Flowers / Event Planning: The Chefs Garden Catering and Events / Wedding Ceremony & Reception Location: The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens / Bride's Shoes: Badgley Mischka / Bride's Dress: Malindy Elene