When we arrived at Triple T Farms Chad, the owner quickly introduced himself and was more than helpful to make sure we had everything we needed. Triple T Farms is a 5 generation farm, and it has all the charm of being so. When we walked into the bridal house, all the girls were getting ready. Alonna was having her hair done, by her now mother in law. I loved seeing that they already had a very special bond.
We had so much fun with all the girls, you would never have known it was raining outside. When it was time for Alonna to get into her dress, we were unsure if the rain would hold off enough to get her to her first look by the lake. Alonna never expressed any concern about the rain; she was just ready to see Dean. It did stop raining long enough to get her to him and under shelter. It was so precious; all the nerves melted away as soon as they could finally see each other.
It continued to rain off and on but finally stopped right before the ceremony. It was every princess’s dream. Alonna road in on a white horse drawn carriage, and everyone watched with excitement. Her brother performed the ceremony, and it was beautiful. Alonna told us from the very first meeting over coffee that she wanted everyone who had a part in their big day to be special to them. I absolutely believe this was so.
Alonna and Dean we so enjoyed being a part of such a special time in your lives. We cannot wait to see how the Lord uses your marriage to glorify Himself. May the Lord bless you and keep you and make His face to shine upon you!
We wanted to say a big thank you to all those that made this day possible:
Day Coordinator: Jennifer Bedgood
Cake Artist: Southern Sweet Dreams
Dresses: Mimi’s Bridal
Florist: The Flora House
Horse and Carriage: Carriages of Pensacola
Dj: Connor Lehmann
Videographers: Taulbee Films
Venue: Triple T Farms
Hair Artist: Red Salon
Makeup Artist: Breanna Henry
Photography: Justine & Wayne
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