The Masters wedding was a vision of secret garden meets southern luxury. I am beyond thrilled to share Mary English and Jake’s Fall Macon Wedding.
Mary English and Jake chose the 1842 Inn in Macon, Ga as their reception venue and the ceremony was held at Christ Church in Macon, Ga (fun fact: Mary English’s great great great grandfather helped to build the mural you’ll see later). These venues were the perfect combination of southern and whimsy. Plus getting to ride the Macon Trolley to and from each location is always a bridal party win.
Don’t you wish the Macon Trolley would be the next Uber?
Mary English and her dream team (Go mom and sister) planned her “Southern Garden” wedding. Filled to the brim with many sentimental details.
See if you can find them scattered around in the images.
Mary English was the most stunning bride. Her dress was an off-the-shoulder sweetheart dress with a lace overlay. It was stunning. Also, her cathedral veil added the perfect touch and made for so many fun veil pictures.
Sweet Jake, who like most grooms is not a fan of pictures, was such a trooper all day long. And what a dapper dude I might add. After our engagement session, I gave him the homework of practicing the famous dip kiss pose which they absolutely crushed on the wedding day.
Their bridal party was a mix of family and friends from every season of life. It was such a sweet time to capture them during this momentous day. Masters, thank your bridal party for being so fun and respectful during our time together.
It was such a sweet and meaningful ceremony at Christ Chapel. The church was decorated with lovely florals but the chapel itself stole the show. The sanctuary was filled with family and friends
The wedding day details took southern luxury to a new level with a colorful floral by Mary Pinson, a deliciously delicate cake by Mary Virginia Cakes, and to the top if off lots of sparkles with the disco balls scattered around.
I adored the reception venue, 1842 Inn is a hidden gem in Macon, Georgia. The white columns, luscious greenery, and wrap-around porch made it the perfect backdrop for their reception.
The Master’s reception started with a bit of a twist. They decided to do a grand entrance instead of an exit. The couple was welcomed to the reception with ribbon wands. It was such a cool experience. The rest of the night, the guests enjoyed food from Fountain of Juice and danced the night away.
Ya’ll know I love a good dance party!
It was a day filled with southern whimsy and those are my favorite days of all. Jake and Mary English, I wish you the best!
Check out their wedding video made by my good friends at And So We Go Productions.