It was such a joy getting to know Mary and Dan throughout their lovely wedding journey . . . quite possibly the sweetest couple I’ve ever met. We had a really great time running around Savannah for their engagement session last summer (click here to see those images) and it was so much fun going back again for their wedding ceremony at Trinity Methodist Church, the oldest Methodist Church in Savannah. I just loved the bright and cheerful blue color of the bridesmaids dresses and A to Zinnias did an amazing job with the flowers. The whole feeling of their wedding was just so fresh and fun . . . not to mention Mary looked absolutely gorgeous and unbelievably sophisticated in her beautiful gown! Rain didn’t hold us back. They always say it’s good luck on your wedding day and (even luckier for us) it only drizzled for a few seconds early in the day. The sun came out and shone majestically through the giant oak trees for Mary and Dan to provide a beautiful setting for portraits after the ceremony in Telfair Square. The bridal party and myself all jumped into Savannah trolleys that took us to the reception at The Mackey House. Boy, it was a windy ride but luckily all the ladies (and gentlemen) still looked stunning afterward! Once at The Mackey House, it was obvious that this couple has a million friends, a great big family and many die-hard Auburn fans who were ready to celebrate in their joy. It was such a wonderful group of people and a great time was had by all! I’d like to give a special thanks to Angela Hopper who so graciously helped me shoot, fluff, grab umbrellas, pin boutonnières – you pretty much name it – throughout the day! You are wonderful Angie!! And a HUGE thank you to Mary and Dan, the most adorable couple, for allowing me to be a part of your most special day. I hope you all enjoy looking their very own and very beautiful wedding story!