What a way to close out 2020!! (with full wedding days, that is. I do have a couple elopements left…. 🙂 )
I hardly think the smile left Zoe and Eric’s faces all day long!
They were just a joy, as well as their crew! And of course I am not partial at all…you know…she being our cousin and everything! For real though, this wedding day would have been a *dream* even if it weren’t family, but the fact that they are makes it one that will forever live in memory!
Some of my most memorable parts of the day were:
- Zoe was the picture of calm all day and it was infectious! If everyone else was good, so was she. And we all were. And it was beautiful, and just as a wedding day should be. (Enneagram) Type 2 stuff you know! Throughout the day, I would just overhear her and Eric say how happy they were. What a beautiful truth to actually live out on your wedding day!
- THE COLORS. Need I say more? The flowers, the dresses…Zoe’s dress–just stunning!
- The emotion of the ceremony. Zoe’s family are Greek Orthodox and so this ceremony was so full of meaning that was deeply personal. It even included her godfather as one of the priests. Can you imagine following a little girl from the time she is born and then getting participate in getting her married?!? Precious!
- The dance floor was packed from start to finish by young and old alike! It was so fun and included both some traditional Greek dances as well as Zoe and Eric getting lifted up unexpectedly. What a perfect way to finish!!
Zoe and Eric, we love you two and wish you many years of happiness and love! Can’t wait to live it with ya!!
Venue, Catering, Decor, and Cake: Montage Palmetto Bluff
DJ: DJ Ben Felton
Hair and Makeup: Bride’s Side Beauty
Jeweler: SE Joseph Jewelers