On a sunny, fall Friday, Dustin and Amy met under a flower adorned arbor in Birmingham, Alabama to become husband and wife. Their closest friends wore blue and grey with white and red roses in their bouquets and boutonnieres. Calm, simple, and sincere, Amy and Dustin made their day reflective of their relationship and the importance of their commitment.
Let’s pause for a minute just to admire Amy and her gorgeous gown. I LOVE it! The pattern, the train–it was both timeless and unique!
One of the funniest moments for me was when Amy told me Dustin thought her wedding dress would look like Little House on the Prairie because she told him it had a lot of buttons. Ha! I can just picture what he must have thought. Thank goodness he was pleasantly surprised! Just look at his grin.
Ross Bridge Golf Course has many beautiful features, this old mill house being one of them. The hotel side of Ross Bridge is equally as gorgeous with artwork, lush landscapes, and gorgeous windows all over the property!
I love when couples make a wedding unique to their interests. Amy and Dustin forwent a typical guest book and had heart charms for guests to sign instead. This adorable glass box showcased them perfectly.
Following their beautiful ceremony was a delicious dinner catered by Ross Bridge. Seriously, it was the best reception meal I have ever eaten! That steak…I’m still thinking about it. And who can pass up sparkling grape juice AND chocolate chip pie?!
That little man had the time of his life on the dance floor. He wore himself dancing all night!
Amy and Dustin, it was an honor to be a part of your wedding. Watching you interact with your families, love each other, and make an everlasting commitment is not something I take lightly. Thank you for inviting me to be a party of such a special thing! Enjoy your honeymoon and soak up the newlywed life!
Latham Wedding: dusty blue, fall wedding at Renaissance Ross Bridge in Birmingham
November 20, 2018