Cordia and Andrew, like most, had their dream wedding planned for this year. Also, like most, they had to put their celebration on hold. They did, however, decide to gather their immediate family and still become husband and wife.
Cordia is absolutely beautiful. I am not sure she quite realizes how beautiful she truly is. You can tell how Andrew looks at her, he is smitten.
The two of them gathered in front of the home that Andrew grew up in and shared their vows. As Andrew gave his vows I don’t think there was a dry eye! They were sweet and poetic.
Elopements, and micro weddings, have become quite popular this year and I love them. They are more intimate. The experience is more about the Bride and Groom. Doing the ceremony like this, in many ways, takes away the hustle and bustle.
The portrait session only took a short time with these two. I caught Andrew looking down admiring his Bride in so many of these portraits. ( you will soon see for yourself) It is like his eyes light up as he looks her way.
Rather than a reception, these two had dinner with their immediate family at the French Goat. They shared their first dance together as husband and wife in front of a water fountain, it was a recipe for romance.
I am so excited I get to celebrate with these two again this spring! I will be counting down the days until they are able to have their big celebration.
Venue: Private Residence
Dinner Venue: French Goat
Dress: Eliza J.
Shoes: Nine West
Jewelry: Tropiano & Son
Hair: Body and Sol, Erika Dailey
Florals: Gillespie’s Flowers and Productions
Cake: Patty Totten