Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Melissa and Jeff-Real Savannah Wedding-Part 1 Ceremony

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Kehoe House Wedding

Melissa and Jeff were married on November 14th on a sunny and breezy day, which just happened to be in between some of our worst days of rain. The Davenport House Museum was the site of this intimate ceremony. Melissa’s colors of blue, yellow and green were perfect for this setting. From flowers and candles floating in the garden’s pond, splashes of colors inserted into the already existing topiaries and arch that framed where this couple wed, to the pops of yellow and ivories in her bouquet against her dress and the lush greenery of the garden. Melissa designed the fabulous ceremony programs and to keep with the Savannah/Tybee feel, they were kept in their place on each guests chair with a white starfish. One of my favorite details was the adorable stuffed alligator the ring bearer carried the rings down the aisle on. Nate and Laura of Openlight Studio didn’t miss a thing! They did an outstanding job of making sure each minute of this day was documented with their outstanding photography. Check out their blog for MANY more images…and check back here tomorrow for part 2-the reception. You’ll love the eclectic look of the tables and decor!

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  1. Hello, I love that dress, it's so hard to find a nice short dress. My fiancee and I are getting married in Savannah next October and i always check you blog for info. And I'm wearing purple shoes with my dress so I feel ya on the red shoes!

  2. the lighting is truly impressive, as is the floral design. may i ask who did the flowers?

  3. The Savannah Wedding PlannerDecember 10, 2009 at 1:22 PM

    I dont think you meant this wedding? did you? Because the comments on this stupid thing dont come up properly with which post you commented on? Which wedding did you mean Michelle and i would be happy to tell you if it isnt already listed in the text.