Real Wedding in Historic Downtown Savannah
Today's real wedding has it all! From an adorable first look, to a bride belting it out on stage and a venue in the heart of downtown Savannah, Heather Kline captured everything we love about Savannah weddings!
"Were it not for her sister, and him working on a Bill Bolling campaign, they might never have met. As it was, when Jessica went in for an interview with Randy, she was a great fit for the job, and what began as a working relationship turned slowly into a solid friendship. Over time, that friendship grew into more, and the two found themselves very much in love and happy with the company of each other.
Jessica's dad remarked that when she brought him home to make those first introductions, they could tell there was something different about him by the way her eyes sparkled, her face lit up, and her already joyful personality was even more lifted. They traveled from Virginia to celebrate their wedding day, and it couldn't have been any prettier! The day and the weather! The jasmine arch at Factor's Walk was a perfect spot for their first look - and what a great sensory memory to make together! Every time they smell confederate jasmine, y'all, I just know they're going to think about their wedding day!
The spring hues of blush pink, navy and corals were a perfect complement to the spring day, and even though she wasn't planning on it, Jessica found the perfect petal-like gown in a muted tone of blush pink that could only be seen when the light streamed from behind the gown. Just gorgeous! After the ceremony (officiated by Bill Bolling himself!) and a lovely afternoon session walking about Bay Street, they surprised their guests at the reception by arriving early! And then the party started!
Finesse was on deck, amping up the party, jumping in on the dance floor with the guests, leading a Conga line thave weaved outside on the harborside deck, and y'all, they got Jessica on stage playing air guitar!!! It was so incredible - the only thing that could possibly end their evening would be a show-stopper send off! And that's what they did when they stepped aboard the Salty Dog, waved goodbye to their guests, and took a moonlit boat ride down the Savannah River under the Talmadge Bridge." - Heather, Photographer
Savannah Wedding Vendors: Photography: Heather Kline Photography | Venue: Hyatt Regency Savannah | Event Planning: Spectacular Saturdays | Florist: Garden on the Square | Cupcakes: GiGi's Cupcakes of Savannah | Hair and Makeup: Eye Do Hair and Makeup | Ceremony Music: JL Music Service | Reception Band: Finesse, East Coast Entertainment | Rentals: Amazing Event Rentals | Transportation: Old Savannah Trolley Tours | Exit Boat: Savannah Port Tours