Mallory & Logan got married on Saturday at the same church where the bride’s parents & grandparents married years ago. The church walls where the bride grew up were bursting with love as guests arrived to witness the union of the sweetest pair!
Honestly y’all, I cannot tell you how amazing this wedding was! The forecast was not favorable but somehow all of our prayers worked and the rainy Saturday turned into a sunshiny one! And when the hair and makeup artist had food poisoning, other stylists were there to save the day! But despite the many close calls to complicate the day, Mallory remained joyful. That feeling was ever-present on that Saturday in Walkertown. Joy.
I’ve gotten the chance to get to know Mallory & Logan the past year or so, and they are the most kindhearted souls! Their overwhelming love for each other makes them so easy to love (and to photograph!!), and they’re so clearly best friends! SO much so that the first line of the letters they wrote to each other on their wedding day had the SAME FIRST LINE! Mallory was so sweet, she got so overwhelmed when the pastor announced that they were husband & wife that she burst into laughter and was literally glowing ear to ear! They had waited so long to just be married.
Mallory & Logan, what a privilege it was to be right there with you on your best day and to witness the sweetest of love stories. Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Robbins!
Ceremony venue: Loves United Methodist Church
Reception Venue: Bridger Field House
Dress boutique: Magnolia Bride
Hair & Makeup: Glass Door Salon
Cake: Lynne Sweet
DJ: K2 Productions
Videographer: Silver Fox Productions