Savannah Garden Wedding Full of Meaningful Details
We see so many real weddings here at Wedding Sparrow HQ, we know a good one when we see it. And this wedding of Megan & Jordan is a real testament to how caring they are - there are so many little details in their special day that make it truly 'them'. We love the photo frames of loved ones on display at the reception (the perfect way to remember someone who can't be there), their pups making an appearance before the ceremony, and the Old Savannah Tour buses taking everyone to the ceremony! Be sure to stop by at the end of the post for the epic videography from Shackleford Films too...
Proposal story: "Jordan surprised me, back in Valdosta, where we first met. Friends helped get me to the Crescent and there he was with a sign and a photographer ready to pop the question! I was excited, nervous, and so grateful that he had spent so much time thinking of all of the little details. He knew my mom would be disappointed if she didn’t have lots of good photos from the event so he made sure someone was there to capture it. From Valdosta, we drove to St. Simons, a place I had never been and he had always wanted to take me. We waited until we were there to call our families. By the time we finished calling around, it was almost 10:00 and most restaurants were closed. We ate Burger King for dinner in our cute little bed and breakfast! We spent the next day exploring downtown and driftwood beach. It was such a fun little trip and we hope to go back the day after our wedding, since our honey moon will be this summer!"
From photographer Anna Shackleford Photography: "Megan and Jordan fell in love with each other in Savannah, so they were so excited to be able to get married in such a meaningful place. They got married at the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum because of its beautiful garden atmosphere. It was a beautiful day, full of love and joy."
Photographer: Anna Shackleford Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Stylist / Planner: Carlson's Premiere Events | Floral Designer: Kato Weddings | Venue: Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum | Cake Designer: Savannah Bakery | Hair & Make-up Artist: Emma Collins Beauty | Videography: Shackleford Films | Band: Big Brother’s Boom Box | Catering: Honey Catering | Paper Goods: Shine Wedding Invitations