Like so many weddings happening right now, Megan + Brewton’s wedding changed quite a bit throughout the planning process. What was originally scheduled to be a large gathering, changed significantly because of COVID-19. Rather than cancelling or postponing, these two forged on– changing their location and guest list– and I’m so, so glad they did. Their intimate backyard wedding was absolutely beautiful.
When we pulled up to photograph the big day, dark clouds began to roll in. They say rain on your wedding day is good luck– I’d say rain on your wedding day during a pandemic means that you’re set for life!
Despite the rain, Megan + Brewton shined. They shared a first look under dark skies, swirling wind, and just above the raging waves of the Chattahoochee– and it was perfect.
We dodged the downpour as best we could, and just as the floodgates closed, Megan + Brewton said their vows in the backyard of Brewton’s childhood home. Their immediate family and grandparents looked on.
After the ceremony, they shared toasts, danced in the entry hall, and sat down for a beautiful, catered dinner together.
I know that it wasn’t the original plan, but I don’t see how it could’ve been any more perfect.
Megan + Brewton, thank you so much for inviting me along to document your day. Cheers to a lifetime of bliss!
Cheers to the amazing vendors who made it all happen!:
Planning + Coordination: Renee Smith
Floral Design: Albright’s Florist
Videographer: Joseph Cochran
Bride’s Dress: White Swan Bridal
Pre-Ceremony Photo Location: The Bibb Mill
Hair + Makeup: Brushed by Lindsey Salon
Musicians: Ina and Ruslan Apostolov
Wedding Cake: Fran Papenfuss
Groom’s Cake: The Catch