Bridal prep took place on the gorgeous Nazareth Hall campus for both the guys and the girls. Kelsey and her crew sat and chatted in the pretty pink bridal suite in their cute robes while sipping on fruity drinks. Kelsey's dress was UHMAZING! I picked it up off the hook and instantly blurted out, "how are you going to wear this?!" She is so tiny and this thing was HEAVY. It may have taken the whole crew to get her in and move her around all day but it. was. worth. it! Dang! Her dress had a plunging v-neckline, stunningly long train with buttons down the entire back, the upper back was shear with a beautiful jewel design, and the icing on the this gorge dress...pockets! Who doesn't love a dress with pockets?? Especially when you have sweet things to carry like your grandmother-in-law's handkerchief. Her hair was elegantly swept up and finished with a gorgeous hair piece and cathedral length beaded veil. She wore beautiful jeweled drop earrings, nude flats and on her bouquet, placed a locket given to her as a child for her wedding day (I had to take a photo of the little child scribbles because I could just imagine a little Kelsey doing that <3)
Kelsey had the best group of girls to help her get in place for Clark to see take his first look. I could see the nerves on Clark as he patiently waited. His reaction was worth the wait as he teared up and had to do a full walk around to take in his beautiful bride.
mr + mrs
The celebration of this sweet couple immediately followed the ceremony in the Lady Glen Ballroom and on the patio right outside the doors, where the couple had cocktail tables, cornhole, and jumbo jenga set up for guests. Inside we celebrated the couple under the glow of string lights. The Nazareth Hall team did a wonderful job serving scrumptious hors d'oeuvres and a delicious dinner followed by Decorative Sound Dj packing the floor with songs that pleased the crowd!