Kelsey had been visiting Fort Morgan for years with her family. They had a strict “no-outsiders” rule so when Nick was finally going to come out there with them, it was kind of a big deal. Kelsey didn’t realize just how big a deal until he was on one knee asking her to spend the rest of their lives together.
Their June wedding would take place at that very house she’s visited so many times, and the house next door. Family and friends came out in full force to witness and celebrate Kelsey & Nick. This wasn’t just any chill beach wedding. The florals by ___ and decor and coordination by Shannon Reeves with Great Southern Weddings brought this wedding up notches above all else.
I loved that all the girls had the same dress to lounge in while they got ready that morning.
Kelsey got dressed in her gorgeous gown that morning with the help of her family.
It meant a lot to have Kelsey’s grandmother present that morning.
I was blown away by the florals done by Chrissy Helvenston Floral Design.
Chrissy made the cake really pop. The cake topper was 3D printed by a friend of the groom to help create a truly custom piece.
By June, the temperature in Florida starts to get real hot. Kelsey made sure her guests were ready to brave a little heat with some small touches.
The dresses the bridesmaids wore all came in a different color with the same wrap style.
Photography: Meg Burke Photography
Coordination & Design: Shannon Reeves at Great Southern Weddings
Hair & Makeup: Jacey with Skin Beauty
Florals: Chrissy Helvenston Floral Design
DJ: Gulf Talent Services
Catering: Culinary Productions