Get ready for a LONG blog post! There's just SO MUCH to say about these 2 and their fabulous Christmas wedding!!! Amanda Luckett and Stephen Scott, along with their families, were SO MUCH FUN. We truly grew to love them as our own, and I will probably be inviting myself to family gatherings in the future.
Ceremony & Reception | Providence Hill Farm
Wedding Coordinator | OAK |
Florist, Cake Artist & Baker, Caterers | OAK |
Videography | First Look Productions
DJ | Austin Moore
Makeup Artist | Molly Gee
Hair Artist | Molly Gee
Wedding Gown | Lace Bridal | Designer – Robert Bullock
Bridesmaids Dresses | Lace Bridal
Photos | Lindsay Vallas Photography
Bath Bomb (gifts) and Mr. and Mrs. Mugs were purchased at OAK
Amanda and Stephen's wedding was all about love, family, God and Christmas. You won't find a couple more loving, southern, and anxious to get married than these two. We had the opportunity to bring some original elements into their wedding that we were so thrilled about. From flying in the caricature artist from AstroCat Studios, to utilizing our handmade 8' cross at the alter, from the cookies n' milk station, to the hot chocolate bar (complete with the Mr. and Mrs. mug toast), we had a blast. Guests entered to the music of a harpist and to custom programs outlining EVERY four-legged, furry member of the family that wasn't able to make it. Providence Hill Farm sets the perfect backdrop for any wedding, and ESPECIALLY one full of horse lovers! These tame fellows had to make themselves shown in the pictures!
Thanks so much to Lindsay Vallas for the, as always, amazing shots and to First Look Productions who not only came in at the last minute to do us a huge favor with the videography, but also introduced a new "on site editing" technique that allowed us to see glimpses of the finished product during the reception!
We were SO excited that our "getaway car" contact had the PERFECT solution for the wedding day exit! And, who can forget her dad and uncles' "big secret" as they hopped on stage for their production (with flutes full of Sprite) and fake money being tossed in the air.
Amanda chose a palate of burgundies and whites, perfect for Christmastime, and had a photo FULL of bridesmaids, honorary bridesmaids and flower girls (in perfect little Christmas floral crowns). The marsala dresses next to the blue suits were a "win" in the attire department. Not to mention Amanda's dress! Wow!!!
We are so humbled and thankful at the opportunity to have a role in your wedding day. Thanks so much for trusting us with all of the details and allowing us to join in the fun!