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Janet+Brad-A Southern Plantation Day Wedding

The first time I ever met Janet and Brad was in December for their Christmas themed engagement session. (http://www.kellyginnphotography.com/janetbrad-a-christmas-engagement/)

They told me how excited they were to FINALLY be getting married. Janet said she and Brad used to work together a while back at a restaurant in Memphis. Years went by, and eventually Brad and Janet got engaged. Janet and Brad had a BEAUTIFUL day wedding at a southern plantation called Savannah Woods. It was a nice little white house with an arbor in the backyard. I liked the fine mix of its subtle quirky traits, like the tree with the face (pictured below) and its traditional southern feel, especially the white porch swing that will make you want to grab a mason jar full of sweet tea. All in all it was perfect for Janet and Brad.

Janet and Brad chose to see each other before the ceremony. I was super excited about this, because they had time to have their own little portrait session, that I had WAY too much fun with. I never push seeing the groom before on any brides, because I feel that they should get to decide something so important, but I feel very prepared to work around what ever they decide to do.

We had the most BEAUTIFUL sunny weather Memphis has seen in quite some time. We were SO thankful.

Brad was so sweet to Janet the entire day, helping her with her dress, giving her constant hugs, and telling her how beautiful she was, are just a few things I kept noticing. And Janet, she looked like a million bucks, but seriously, I think she may be a nurse by day and a model by night. She ROCKED an all lace dress with a cathedral length vail. Brad, you’re a lucky man.

A special thanks to my amazing husband, John for assisting me on their sunny day! You’re the best!

Before I get TOO wordy on here, Janet and Brad, John and I feel so honored that you chose US to capture your special day. We hope you are living it up in Cancun, enjoy!

Sparkles on top of sparkles, Janet’s favorite.

This Bible is extremely precious to Janet.

THIS.TREE. I loved it.

Janet is STUNNING!

These next few images are some of my favorite ever. They capture exactly how sweet Janet and Brad are together. So gentle and still.

So very pride and prejudice to me!

My favorite, it’s so soft and look at that glow!

Told you, she is gorgeous.

Janet requested this shot, it’s gorgeous!

I had the pleasure of working with Ashley Oldham of 117 Event Design, and she is WONDERFUL! I didn’t even know that we are both alumni of the same sorority =]

Janet’s precious grandfather (you guys know how I feel about grandpas) walked her down the isle and was the officiant, he said the sweetest words. I know Janet and Brad cherished every last one. (John Ginn captured this, one of many)

One of Brad’s aunts said her niece really wanted to see Brad get married, but couldn’t make it to Memphis. She skyped her in for the entire ceremony. I thought that was precious!

I.love.this

Brad’s mom was GORGEOUS. She was so sweet and cried a million times during the day.

Janet & Brad’s ring barer was full of FUNNY! I caught him looking at his reflection in this metallic dresser.

You know it’s a good time when you find a wedding guest laying on the ground!

Janet had a great DJ. Rockin’ Robbins is sure to get your crowd dancing!

Some of the bridal party stuck oreos on Janet and Brad’s car, what pranksters!

These purple and green ribbons for guests to send Janet and Brad on their way, were PERFECT for a day wedding!

Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Limpach!

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  • April 12, 2013 - 6:16 pm

    Kristin Renz - Such a beautiful bride and groom! Congratulations!!! Thanks for sharing the pictures!ReplyCancel

  • April 13, 2013 - 2:07 am

    Linda McEachran - Kelly you take fabulous pictures and were so great with everyone! You made it fun and easy to smile for the camera! I love the unique photos you took.ReplyCancel

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