Mr & Mrs Bursi
Alright alright.. while I wait for poll things to be put together for the free wedding photography vote, here is a little Meghan & Chuck for you to enjoy! You heard their fabulous story, now you get to see their fabulous day. It was such a precious day - timeless, elegant, and just all kinds of yummy mood. They got married at The Stone Chapel in Wake Forest & had their reception at Wakefield - both very intimate settings. Only close friends & family were invited, which made it a celebratory union of Meghan & Chuck and a reunion with friends & family that they rarely get to see. The day was drenched in sentiment - details gallore of things that were very pretty, but more than that, they were meaningful.
Meghan lost her mother when she was younger, so she had sewn pieces of her mother’s dress onto her veil
There were lots of self portraits happening through the day.. I mean, if you don’t see each other much, grab the photo op!
Meanwhile, the fabulous Ken was with the guys
Meghan & her father had a beautiful moment together before the ceremony in remembrance of her mother
At Christmas weddings, there may not be daylight, but there are lots of lights!!
And of course, at the beautiful Wakefield, I take them to the locker rooms…
Here’s the cake topper Meghan’s brother made - replicas of Meghan & Chuck’s planes.. can you call these planes?!
I love that the reception was candle - lit.
Here’s DJ Joe Bunn. I’m not sure what he was doing here…
... but he got Grandma dancing!!
My “I love her” to Cara with A Southern Soiree. The J.Lo of Raleigh (she was nicknamed this at the wedding). She is fabulous!!