On April 1st I drove to Savannah to meet a potential bride and groom. I stopped at the mall to kill time and as I walked through the parking lot, trying to find my car (yes I seriously could not remember where I parked) a ridiculous storm rolled in. It was raining sideways and all around me the clouds we dark and I am convinced I saw a funnel cloud. It was rough. I was actually driving my husbands manual transmission car though this storm in downtown Savannah traffic. I can now say that I successfully drove a stick shift in the rain, in traffic. Woo, go me.
When I woke up Saturday morning it was still cloudy and I was so worried that it would storm again. Slowly the clouds rolled away and a beautiful sky opened up. Perfect for Valarie and Adam's outdoor wedding.
I just want to say before I get started, that I am so blessed and thankful to have been a part of this beautiful day.
Let's get started with some details.
I knew by the details that this would be a beautiful wedding. I loved the colors and especially the candy bar. I snacked on Jelly Beans all night. And just look at those great cakes!
Now let's see these beautiful ladies!
Valarie was simply glowing.
The girls were nothing short of beautiful, however, the guys didn't look to shabby themselves!
After everyone got dressed up, we had a wedding!
The bride rode up in her "white horse"
and then she made her groom cry.
The bride shared a beautiful moment with her husband and then her father as they shared a dance into the sunset.
I didn't taste it, but apparently this guy made some really good chicken!
We had some cake and danced a little more and then ended the night with a sparkler exit. Such a wonderful, beautiful wedding. My husband and I were happy to be a part of this great day. The weather stayed clear and the sky was beautiful.
Congratulations Valarie and Adam!