A hush fell over the chapel as the quartet began to play. And as the gentle prelude filled the historic Williamsburg chapel, Frankie turned to his best man and smiled. This was it. The moment was finally here.
The announcement came. It was time to go. Keshia handed her bouquet and the single rose in memory of her father to one of her bridesmaids, scooped up her dress with one hand, and took Tim’s arm. Together they walked to the steps of the Wren Chapel. And then they waited. Soon it was only her and Tim standing in front of the closed chapel doors. She took a long, slow breath. This was it. The moment was finally here.
Keshia and Frankie’s wedding day was a day of laughter. A day of music. A day of hugs. And even a few tears. It was a day of remembering the past and also looking to the future. A day of beginnings. Of promises, friendship, and family. It was a day full of sunshine and golden light. Gratefulness and joy. And most of all it was a day of love.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose (or should I say Dr. and Dr.?), it was an absolute pleasure to be your wedding photographer. Here are my favorites from your day. Enjoy!
I loved how old fashioned their wedding invitations looked with the calligraphy and seal! So appropriate for a Colonial Williamsburg wedding!
I think this is my new favorite ring shot! Keshia's rings are so unique and detailed!
And a bubble exit with sunlight streaming in? Yes please!
Many thanks to the wonderful people that made it all happen:
Dress: Brides Against Breast Cancer
Florist: Drema from Kroger
Ceremony venue: Sir Christopher Wren Chapel
Reception venue: Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church
Minister: Preston Clarkson
Beauty: Tiana Marie Artistry
Cake: Jennifer Allen
Catering: Bobby’s BBQ
Coordinator: Marty Hutchison
Invitations: The American Wedding
Ceremony musicians: The Founding Four
Fifers: Friends of the Bride
If you liked this wedding, you might also enjoy Cindy & Kyle's rustic wedding at Lesner Inn.