One of our last summer weddings was held in the historic city of Natchez, MS, which sits just east of the Mississippi River. We were able to get some beautiful drone shots in just before the rain came, and the sun made its way back out just in time for the ceremony! The bride and groom requested that their vows not be included in their highlight video, so we knew we had to pick the perfect song to go along with this story; It's now one of our favorites! Auburn, the name of the home/museum built in 1812, featured a beautiful spiral staircase that is original to the house.

The outdoor ceremony, situated in the front yard of Auburn, began right at sunset which made for wonderful lighting. The bride, along with the flower girl and ring bearer, arrived by horse and carriage. The groom was turned around, facing away from the driveway, and anxiously waited for his bride. She was escorted up the aisle by her father, who is a local pastor and served as the officiant of the wedding. The couple exchanged vows, tied a unity knot, and exited on the carraige. The reception included great food and a fun "magic mirror" photo booth inside, as well as a dance floor outside. It was a beautiful day!