The best man speech summed up Chris and Morgan’s first meeting as a ven diagram with “two separate circles.  One very tall, quiet circle over here and another short, outgoing circle over there.” (Or at least that’s my best paraphrase of his eloquent 4 chapter speech.) But these two really did have a lot in common and you could see on Saturday that one of those things was a deep love for each other. Chris and Morgan’s noon wedding was to take place at the lovely St. Joseph’s Catholic Church on Devine Street, but I joined Morgan a little before that at Pout where she was getting her makeup done.

Lacy dress detail and wedding hankerchief...

This family was so full of humor and laughter.  They’re such a joy to be around.

I love Morgan’s colorful bouquets!

The reception was held at M Space in the Vista with Hudson’s Classic Catering.  The Reggie Sullivan Band started off the afternoon with some lively music.

As mentioned before, there were several funny and heartfelt speeches to start off the cake cutting.

Big Time Entertainment took over after the band and had everyone out on the dancefloor!

I adore these bride and groom dancing moments!

Morgan wanted to show off that dress for a little longer, so the couple decided to walk through the Vista to their hotel and the guests waved and yelled in a lively send-off!

Congratulations Morgan and Chris!

Other Vendors-

Makeup – Natalia Kugler with Pout Salon
Wedding Dress– Allure Bridals
Tux/Suit– Britton’s of Columbia
Florist– Jill Hetterman
Video- John Antaki
Cake/Bakery– Publix
BandReggie Sullivan Band
DJBig Time Entertainment
CatererHudson’s Classic Catering
Bartending M Space Bartending
Invitations– Jeffery Bannon Invitations


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