Evergreen Plantation Wedding | Nicole & Will | FamZing Photography

Aug 5, 2016 -- Posted by : famzing

Nicole & Will's Evergreen Plantation Wedding and Reception was totally the BEST day ever! We were so thrilled to be a part of it!

We started the day meeting up with Nicole and loved her dress from David's Bridal. It was a long and strapless with a gorgeous veil. Her shoes are blush which was the color of her bridesmaids dresses. 

Will was getting ready with his guys, and we took a few moments to capture some classy getting ready photographs with him.

Niclole and Will met in high school in 2010 through a mutual friend. They were friends for about a year when they decided to start dating in January of 2011 and have been inseparable since! And when you see the Wedding Photography, you see how much they love each other.

All the planning and prep had paid off, and the big day was finally here!

They had the perfect ceremony with a beautiful flower covered cross as the alter. Afterwards while the formal photography was being captured around the incredible venue, guest enjoyed a cock tail hour.

Now it was time to celebrate! When they were not dancing (thanks to Complete DJ for the great entertainment ) they were enjoying cake by Tip Top Cake Shop and delicious food by Taste of Distinction.

The decor was perfect with the wedding colors of blush, beige and a neutrals and the floral arrangements by Town and Country Florist created the perfect compliment to the day.

We ended the night with an awesome Sparklers grand exit and these SC Wedding Photographers were so happy to be capture their Wedding Story.

Give Nicole & Will some love in the comments below and enjoy some Wedding Photography of the day!

Vendors we want to thank:

Officiant: Rev. Willett Vess

Hair: Heather Cox

Wedding Dress: David's Bridal

DJ / Band: Complete DJ

Planner/Coordinator: Elizabeth Rosencran

Flowers: Town and Country Florist

Caterer of Food: Taste of Distinction




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