What was your favorite detail from the wedding day?
“Picking one detail from this wedding as a favorite is just too much! And honestly, Natalie and John Allen were my favorite parts of the day. Each of them is so amazing and together they just shine! Kind, hilarious, open, and always down for a good time are just a few characteristics that make these two the kind of people everyone wants in their life!”
Where there any unique traditions that made the reception or ceremony memorable?
“Natalie and John Allen are proof that you should do whatever you want at your own wedding! They promised their friends and family a short and sweet ceremony so that everyone could get on with the party. So two minutes after Natalie started her walk down the aisle, they were introduced as Mr. and Mrs. Newkirk! It was awesome!”
What was unique about the bride’s attire?
“Natalie’s Fox Dress by Rue De Seine was jaw dropping! I was in love with it just seeing it on the hanger. And when Natalie put it on, well, it was pure magic. The dress was a perfect reflection of Natalie who is a classic, natural beauty with so many wonderfully fun qualities.”
What made the wedding venue special?
“The Pointe at 30A is absolutely gorgeous and every part of the day was made prettier because of their stylistic choices! It was so fun to shoot this wedding there. Everyone involved in this wedding seemed so pleased with the property and the way they were treated while they stayed there! The rooftop reception was beautiful and the breeze off the water was a life saver since these folks danced the night away!”
Was there an exceptional vendor?
“Kat from Lydia Noble Events was an absolute rock star! She was so kind and helpful to everyone. She executed the details of this wedding flawlessly and with a smile on her face all day long! It adds so much to everyone’s experience to have such wonderful vendors to work with. Also, a big shout out to Grayton Beach Catering for doing such an amazing job preparing a gourmet meal and serving a plated dinner so efficiently on a rooftop!”