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s + r | Thomasville Wedding Planner

Sunday, December 29, 2013

"And I feel fine anytime she's around me now.  She's around me now almost about all the time.  And if I'm well, you can tell she's been with me now.  She's been with me now quite a long, long time & I feel fine."

Suzanne Young married Robby Hughes on a beautiful Sunday afternoon at Pebble Hill Plantation in Thomasville, Georgia.  The date, special in and of itself, 11-11-2013, set the tone for an incredibly special day.  The couple had many close friends contribute to help make the day the success it was.   Kaleb Delk and Cat Chang provided instrumentals and Jerad Collier, officiated the ceremony, which was decorated with simple elegance by Missy Gunnels Flowers.  The bride and groom got the guests ready for the reception festivities by taking their walk down the aisle to “Sweet Home Alabama”.  This was the perfect choice since they will be beginning their lives together in Dothan.  Canopy Rose catering prepared savory southern dishes for the guests to enjoy, complete with a popcorn bar! … Speaking of popcorn bar, our hats off to Suzanne, who came up with the idea!  She had her hand in every aspect of the planning!  From the lawn games and hand stitched bean bag tosses for corn hole, to the hand painted canvas for the guestbook, we absolutely LOVED her vision in all the details for this wedding!  It is always such a joy to work with such creative brides!   DJ Steve Christian kept the guests dancing all day with his great choice of music and Red Fly Studio Photography captured every special moment from the couple’s big day!  See below for a sneak peek & shots we loved!!!


s + f | Tallahassee Wedding Planner

Sunday, December 15, 2013

"This kind of love, it's what I dreamed about.  Yeah, it fills me up.  Baby, it leaves no doubt.  This kind of love, it's why I'm standing here.  It's something that we can share.  I can't get enough of this kind of love."

Sarah Mickler said “I Do” to Francisco Martinez on the gorgeous 15th day of September, 2012, at the intimate Goodwood Plantation, in Tallahassee, Florida.  It was important to the couple that each of their families feel like one big family together.  Needless to say, that’s just the result they got!  From the music played, to the food enjoyed, & down to the last detail, it was a family affair if we’ve ever seen one!  The couple shared their first dance to Sister Hazel’s “This Kind of Love” which couldn’t have symbolized their love for each other more perfectly….even bringing a tear to their planner’s eye ;)  Sarah and her dad shared a sweet dance followed by Francisco and Mrs. Martinez sharing one equally as precious - perfect songs for each!!!  Leigh Ansley and her amazing staff prepared the most delicious dishes earning them rave reviews (and lots requests for “to go plates”).  We always love working with them!  Colonial Liquors served up the drinks not missing a beat while Pro DJs had the guests grooving the entire reception.  And let us tell you, Francisco’s family sure does have some moves!  Missy Gunnels Flowers made the ceremony site even more breathtaking than we thought possible and the Carriage House absolutely timeless.  The flowers were truly exquisite, which is why all the guests complimented them all night long.  They are such a talented team!  Sandy Stone added to the memories by making the most delectable and beautiful cake for guests to enjoy as dessert during the unforgettable toasts.  The couple made their elegant exit with a bubbles send-off and an old vintage car.  Woodland Fields snapped all of these momentous shots.  Look below to see some of our favorites from their impeccable work!

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