The forecast called for 80% chance of rain, and just as we arrived, it started sprinkling. By the time we were all set up, it was full on pouring. But the Bride was glowing in the dimly lit historic house, and the pre-wedding photos were underway.
Monticello has some of the most beautiful historic houses I’ve ever seen, and this one certainly was at the top of the list. Old Southern Pines, Spanish Moss, Live Oaks, and giant Sago Palms dripped with fresh rain.
A Beautiful Monticello Wedding
Eventually the sun came out, just in time for the ceremony, and it was beautiful. Rachel and Shawn committed to love each other for a lifetime, and by the way he looks at her, you just know that it will be forever. I had the pleasure of accompanying my mentor, Ashley Daniell of Ashley Daniell Photography for this beautiful wedding, and her pictures blew.me.away. Pop over to her website for more photos of this and many other weddings. She’s AMAZING! Thank, Ashley, for letting me be a part of this beautiful event.
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