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Jul

10

2020

Stephen & Taryn | Pikeville, Kentucky Film Elopement

Gosh. Where do I even start? Stephen and Taryn spent so much time planning a gorgeous wedding in Pikeville, Kentucky. The florals, invitations, gown, suits, catering, portrait locations, and all the beautiful wedding things couples do during such a special season of their life. But, the reality was, they weren’t able to have the large beautiful wedding of their dreams right now. So much love went into their communication with me. They decided on a mountain top elopement with close family and a large celebration next year! And you guys…I am SO excited they decided to have their special day on May 30th. It was so amazing and perfect.

Taryn even had her calligrapher create new wedding papers and invitations, she custom made a gown just for this day, the floral installation was so absolutely beautiful and her caterer was able to provide the most amazing food! This day and the weather couldn’t have been more perfect. The love these two have along with all the love from their families was just something so amazing to witness.

This day was full of so much emotion. The tears flowed. The hugs came. The laughter finished it all off. I couldn’t be more honored to be their wedding photographer. I literally have the best couples!

Stephen and Taryn, what a honor! I just love you both so much and I’m so happy that you had me document this very special day. Enjoy this walk down memory lane as your hearts flutter and smiles go from ear to ear.

Vendor Team

Venue | Overlook Event Center

Designer | Canary Cottage

Florals | Whitney Irene Designs

Wedding Paper | Farmette Co

Calligrapher | Moscoe Paige

Custom Face Masks | Shuler Studio

Linens and Chairs | Above and beyond 4 You

Gown | Custom

Hair | Allure Hair Studio

Makeup | Breanna Morrison

Suit | The Mens Corner Pikeville

Catering | University of Pikeville

Cake | Natalie Rowe

Film Lab | The Find Lab

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