Loved you then, love you still. Always have, always will.
Danielle and Kyle were high school sweethearts- a concept especially sweet to me because I married my own high school sweetheart- and oh my, did I love these two. From our first emails, I knew Danielle was exactly the kind of bride I love the most- the kind that loves beautiful things and pretty ideas for her wedding, yes, but moreso the kind that wants a meaningful day to marry her "person". And that's the sweetest thing about high school sweethearts to me. You just know. You've found your person, you dream of your future, and you start the journey hand-in-hand together, from the very beginning. Every twist of the journey is yours to weather together, and when your story has deeply-seated roots, you have a different perspective on what it takes to make a marriage. We don't stop "growing up" at any certain age- not 18 or 25 or 30 or 50- the journey is long and you're growing up for forever... and what's sweeter than growing up together?
Danielle and Kyle, thank you so very, very much for the honor of being a part of your wedding day and getting to tell a part of your story. Love and endless adventures to you both. xo
Venue: McCrites Cottonwood Estate
Wedding Coordination & Design: Alex Swinney
Florals: Marigold and Moss
Wedding Dress: Leanne Marshall
Bridal Shop: The Sentimentalist
Catering: Cue Barbecue
Desserts: Homemade by the Bride and her Mom!
Hair and Makeup: Kris Lavoie
Atlanta Wedding Photographer. Krista Turner Photography. Georgia Wedding Photographer.