Louisiana just got a bit sweeter in our books, and if you're looking for a wedding full of romance and charm, you've dived into the right one! Taylor & Jack's spring soirée is flooding with that sweet Southern charm, designed beautifully by Krystle Abalos of Stella Plantation, we can't ever seem to get enough of. And the best part is we have these lovely images from KB Digital Designs that document every sweet moment along the way, and based on the emotion pouring off the newlyweds' faces, we're sure they have many more endearing memories to come. Congrats Taylor & Jack!
From the photographer....
The periodic rainstorms could not dampen the spirits of this couple or their guests. In fact, considering the groom proposed in the rain, it was only fitting that their wedding day also had a bit of the same. The beautiful landscape and historic grounds of the Stella Plantation just outside of New Orleans provided the storybook Southern charm to make this wedding extra special. The historic 250 year-old oak trees provided an amazing backdrop for portraits with the bridal party and family.
The bridesmaids looked so adorable walking the pathway to the tent with their clear plastic bubble umbrellas; they were able to take cover from the light rain that started just before the ceremony began. The arbor at the end of the aisle was beautifully draped with chiffon and decorated with live flowers, providing a beautiful centerpiece to frame Taylor & Jack as they exchanged vows. As family and friends witnessed the unique foot washing ceremony, the raindrops could be heard splashing on the clear roof overhead. The newlyweds and their bridal party literally danced down the aisle during the recessional as the song "Oh Happy Day" was sung in the background.
The newlyweds spent their honeymoon just outside of Jackson Hole, Wyoming and will reside in New Orleans, the same city in which they met while attending college. Best wishes on a long and happy marriage!
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