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Intimate Davenport House Wedding

Jason stood in front of the Columbia Square fountain in nervous anticipation. It had been nearly two years since he had proposed to Hannah near that very spot. This time he was waiting to see his beautiful bride to be on their wedding day.

The Covid-19 Pandemic altered their plans and pushed their big celebration to next year. Since Savannah played an important role in their love story it seemed like the perfect place to say “I do”. 

They shared their vows surrounded by family in the garden of the Davenport House Museum and then celebrated with dinner on the roof of the Andaz. It was an amazing day filled with laughter and tears, just as any wedding day should be.

 

 

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Summer Wedding at The Alida

Nicole sat on the bar with a glass of champagne in her hand and a big smile on her face. She was moments away from saying “I do” to Thomas and everything was just right.

Things have been weird in the world, and lots of couples have altered plans and have had smaller weddings. Planning a wedding during a pandemic may be more stressful, but it doesn’t mean your day has to be any less special. 

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Intimate Wedding at The Gastonian

Katelynn stood across from Cameron and looked into his eyes as she placed the ring on his finger. In that moment an unwelcome visitor briefly perched on her nose. Both she and Cameron broke out in big smiles as she shooed the tiny insect away. 

Moments like these are the memories that a couple will cherish forever. A story they will be able to share for years to come. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a big celebration with lots of guests or an intimate ceremony with family, it’s often the little things that will mean the most.

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B U D G E T

B U D G E T. From the halls of Congress to dining room tables around the globe, no other word can stir emotions and cause contention like “budget.” Just mentioning it causes most people to squirm. For years my wife and I both avoided talking about budgeting. We really didn’t think we needed it. Life was good and we were doing ok. 

Then one day it all caught up with us. We had around $90,000 in debt, not counting our house. It was all student loans, cars, and credit cards. We were living paycheck to paycheck, barely able to cover our bills and daycare payments. We finally realized something needed to change or our marriage and my business wouldn’t survive. 

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Intimate Forsyth Park Wedding

Kate, Dominique, and Tiffany lead the way as they began their walk toward the fountain. Beautiful bride, Erin, just a couple of steps behind, began to dance as they passed a man blaring a Michael Jackson song from his phone. The ladies looked back at her with big smiles. The moment was almost here! As they neared the fountain the trio moved to the side and Erin rushed into the arms of her awaiting groom. Heath could barely contain his excitement as he saw his bride and held her tightly.

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