Thomasville is such a beautiful setting for a gorgeous wedding, there is absolutely no lack in charm. The couple were married in a church that was built in the 1800s, it was stunning! After the ceremony everyone packed into vehicles for the reception slightly north in Moultrie, GA, at Sundown Farms. What a beautiful venue. There was just enough time for the first dance, father daughter dance & the mother son dance before everything was moved inside (because of the rain). The cotton fields were AWESOME!!! Loved taking photos of the pair there.
In addition to the natural beauty Sundown Farms, Moultrie, and Thomasville offered there were a lot of familiar faces at the wedding. Maggie & Will started dating in 9th grade at Lincoln High School in Tallahassee. Rebekah and I both went to Lincoln our senior year of high school, so we saw a lot of people we had not seen since high school plus a few we’ve since in the years since. We should have expected it considering we knew Maggie & Will had met there, but honestly it was a pleasant surprise!
New favorite place to take photos: Cotton Field!
Maggie’s parents enjoying themselves
What reception is complete without “The Sprinkler” performed by the bride?
And our most requested photo is now the “Sparklers with Love”