Scott and Molly go on vacation together to Tampa, Florida every September. Last year, Scott told Molly he wanted to drive instead of fly, so off they went on a road trip, stopping at St. Simon's Island for the night. Scott came up with a plan to propose at Crab Daddy's, and he even told Molly's dad the plan before they went. However, Scott's mom told him to just keep the ring in his pocket for the right moment. As they strolled along the pier, the moment felt right. Scott asked Molly if she could see the resort from where they were standing, and when she turned back around, she found Scott on one knee ready to propose. What a great vacation, and now St. Simon's Island will forever hold a special place in their hearts!
One year later, and their wedding was everything I thought it would be and more. Molly was the most elegant, classy bride, and it was easy to see throughout the entire night that these two are just head over heels for one another. There was romance, passion, and joy in every aspect of the day. And oh my goodness, we had the most spectacular sunset and lighting in the evening on the golf course, making their bride and groom portraits some of my favorite ones to date!! I had to stop myself from putting every single picture of the two of them in this blog post haha! :)
The girls got ready at Molly's parent's house, and it was a wonderfully laidback start to the day. Molly works as a makeup artist, so her makeup was of course flawless. Also, her parents have this huge, gorgeous window, and Molly said she has been dreaming about a picture of a wedding dress hanging on the window since they first moved in, so it was an honor to bring that vision to life! :) And now I'll leave you with the pictures, which are making me smile thinking back on that September day!
It cracked us all up when Molly's mom got a text from the boys about how they were "getting ready"...watching the Carolina game!
The ceremony was just beautiful! The pastor prayed with Molly and the girls right before the ceremony started. And it was just lovely and romantic like the rest of the day - dim lighting, lanterns down the aisle, and the most breathtaking view of the golf course out the windows.