Kelsey & Luke’s wedding took place in the quaint little town of Summerton. For me, it was a little few hours’ drive away from Charlotte, and a chance to explore North Carolina. To them, they were able to focus on their big day, without the city distractions. I think the day turned out great for them, and I think it’s because they chose the perfect rural venue.
Kelsey’s father, a pastor in nearby Summerton, officiated their wedding, marrying them just outside of a tiny wooden chapel with history. With their wedding sanctified by God, Kelsey and Luke said their vows and walked the aisle as a newly joined force.
At their reception building, just a few hundred feet away, they had a bevy of sweets and treats for their guests, including cupcakes, in quite a few flavors of delicious.
They kept their wedding colors quite simple and uncomplicated: grey suits with light neutral ties for the gents, and a shimmery shade of light blue for the bridesmaids dresses. Tiny accents of peach showed in the florals, bouquet and boutonniere.
One thing I really thought that tied their color scheme and overall wedding theme together was the integration of peach and off-white colored floral accents directly into their wedding cake. Tasteful, and well done – it not only photographed beautifully, but tasted good also – win-win!
As the afternoon came to a close, we photographed some sweet couples’ shots, some images they could truly remember the day by. Thank you Kelsey & Luke for your graciousness, and I wish you many years of happy marriage!
Owens Farm, Summerton, SC
About the Author
Bonjour! I’m Robert, a wedding and fashion photographer based in Charlotte, NC. I’m also a Game of Thrones nerd, jalapeño pepper lover, semi-fluent French enthusiast, space documentary geek, accomplished traveler, and conversationalist. For over a decade, I’ve loved photography and writing equally, so I figured, why not mix the two? Now I blog to share helpful wedding planning tips, document my couples’ sessions, and share a piece of who I am with you.
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