As we prepped the timeline for Julie and John’s day, Julie wanted to make sure one key thing happened. That was for it to be relaxing and peaceful. She didn’t want to be frantically running around feeling rushed and chaotic. So, we built in ample time to get dressed, do their first look and portraits, and end photos 1.5 hours early so they could just relax in the air conditioning before the ceremony. We absolutely maintained this throughout the whole Kincaid House wedding day. It was such a relaxing, chill, slow day. I wish more couples could experience a slow wedding day where they have the option to just relax and take it all in. In addition to having time for everything, they also had very laid back, easy going vendors. Their videographer (Smoky Mountain Creative) was one of the easiest videographers I’ve worked with in a while. The Kincaid House is always so great. The hair and makeup artist did her job beautifully and left ahead of schedule. Plus, the florist had all the flowers ready way ahead of schedule.
To top it all off, my second shooter on Sunday saw Julie and John’s post and mentioned she used to go to the same church as Julie. She told me how happy she is for Julie to have met her forever person. I couldn’t agree more. They are literally two peas in a pod.
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Vendors used by Julie & John:
Second Photographer: AC Goodman Photography
Venue: The Kincaid House
Videographer: Smoky Mountain Creative
Florist: Flourish Flowers
Wedding Dress: The Gilded Gown
Caterer: Take Out Thyme
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