Saturday, February 2, 2013

Southern Georgia Wedding

Valentine's Day is almost here and I wanted to post something romantic.  I've been so busy with getting our rental home refurbished that my tablescapes and blog posts have fallen by the wayside.  Today I received the web images to share from the wedding so I thought the pictures would be perfect for a Valentine's post!

Our son Ryan got married last fall at an  1830's antebellum home in Bainbridge, Georgia.  

The Commodore Inn was
 a beautiful setting and we couldn't have been more excited and 
 pleased with 
Ryan and Ashley's big day! 

Located in Bainbridge Georgia the historical inn is surrounded by majestic oak trees covered in 
spanish moss.   

They got married under the gazebo on a perfect fall day. 

Here are some of my favorite pictures from the day:

It took me forever to choose my favorite pictures and I still need to go through all 500 proofs again!

I've already filled one scrapbook and I'm working on a second one. 

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  1. Sonia,seeing one of your children marry is the most magical time. It certainly is so romantic. The pics are lovely

  2. Sonia - how exciting for your and your family! Wish I had known you were in Georgia, you could have stopped by for coffee - I am sure you were not busy or anything - lol!
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos.

  3. What beutiful wedding pictures! And what a beautiful new daughter-in-law you have gained!

  4. How incredibly beautiful. Bet it felt like a movie scene when you were there. :)

  5. Beautiful wedding, Sonia. The venue looks magical.
    Good to hear from you......have missed you! ~ Sarah

  6. How so very beautiful... I cannot imagine having to go through such beautiful pics to choose favorites...The ones you posted are all great! What a perfect backdrop for great pics...and the beautiful bride and handsome groom sure help out...Yes, those do represent Love! Valentine's Blessings!

  7. What a beautiful wedding and the perfect setting. I can only imagine how lovely beyond words it was in person since the pictures are so beautiful.

  8. Looks like the perfect setting for a beautiful start as husband and wife. What a spectacular array of photos. I loved the fruit tray picture that you added in as well with the pineapple centerpiece.

  9. Congratulations! The pics are lovely...a beautiful couple! Cherry Kay

  10. These are beautiful photos, Sonia...what a wonderful locale for a wedding. The bride and groom look positively happy! Thanks so much for sharing...yes, February is a rmantic month!


  11. A beautiful couple, and the pictures are all very nice.

  12. I was so honored to be the Kirk Wedding photographer! It was a beautiful wedding, venue, couple and reception. And I must say the bride is a lucky gal!

  13. These are amazing and Amanda did an amazing job in capturing the people and their excitement. Beautiful!!!!

  14. Hi, Sonia! I new this was going to be a gorgeous wedding when you spoke of this romantic setting a while back. What a wonderful location for a wedding! I can just imagine how hard narrowing down the photos much be! The bride and groom are equally beautiful and handsome! Many blessings to the newlyweds!

  15. Hi Sonia, What a beautiful wedding and a picturesque location. The bride and groom are lovely too. Good to have you back blogging, Sonia.

  16. Such a beautiful wedding. I love the photography. Congratulations!!

  17. Beautiful!

  18. Sonia,
    Beautiful pictures!!
    I hope you will stop by and enter my 3rd Blog Anniversary Giveaway.....


  19. A beautiful day indeed! I couldn't decide which one I loved the most they all tell a story. I did however like the one with your son in the middle and all the bridesmaids looking at him with their hands on their hips. :))) Poor guy!
    Have a lovely day,
    Hugs Rosemary...
    Think Spring!

  20. A roaring cheers for this. Everything seemed lovely, perfect and dreamy feels like hearts floating everywhere. Wonderful. Got my eye on your next posts.


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