Weddings like Ali and Jordan’s was such a sweet reminder of why I do what I do. I photograph couples who are madly in love and tell the beginning of their marriage story, and the Corona wedding was no exception to that.
Ali’s joy radiated all morning. She was always asking if everyone was OK, if they needed anything, how they were feeling. When a bride is serving her bridesmaids and families that way, you just know she’s going to make one heck of a wife.
I loved all the thoughtful details throughout their day. Ali is originally from Nashville and had a lot of her roots represented: Her sandals were from ethical fashion company, Nisolo, and their wedding rings were made by local jeweler Consider the Wildflwrs.
Their whole wedding and every single person there was filled with joy, service, love, and grace. I can’t tell you how many times I choked back tears during the day. Their ceremony was filled with worship and the people who gave toasts at the reception overflowed with encouragement and nothing but wonderful things to say about the two. I am so honored to have been welcomed into their families for the day to document the joining of these two into the newest Corona family.
Thank you just doesn’t seem like enough to express how incredibly grateful I am to have been a part of their day.
Photography: Chelsea Q, White // Planning & coordination: Wedding Day Consultants // Venue: DaySpring Baptist Church // Bride’s dress: Pronovias // Bridal boutique: White Dresses (Nashville) // Rings: Consider the Wildflwrs // Bride’s shoes: Nisolo // Groom’s suit: Stitch It & Co // Groomsmen suits: Combat Gent // Bridesmaids dresses: Azazie // MUAH: Stellar Beauty by Casey // Hairpiece: Ellen Hunter NYC // Floral design: Wolfe Florist // Cake: Tulip & Rain Bakery // Film processing: The FIND Lab