You’ve just watched the highlights from Callie & Reid’s entire wedding documentary. Their documentary includes coverage of both their exquisite rehearsal dinner banquet and their wedding extravaganza the next day. If you haven’t read our first post about this lovely couple, you should definitely get acquainted with them here.
Calle's sister (her maid of honor) is a distinguished vocal performer, and she sang with the orchestra during the wedding ceremony.
I love how Callie and Reid filled their wedding day with so many items that were steeped in the history of their own families.
For example, Callie and Reid met in the exact same place that her mother met her father on the Ole Miss campus, on the steps of his fraternity house. Callie and Reid also happen to share the same birthday. Callie's gift to her groom for their wedding day was a set of sapphire and gold studs and cufflinks--blue and gold for the colors of the fraternity, and the sapphire is special because it is their shared birthstone. Reid's gift to his bride was a set of sapphire and diamond earrings, for her birthstone, and the diamonds came from the same ring which had once belonged to Reid's grandmother, which Callie now wears as a part of her wedding band set.
Pretty sweet, right?
Reid's brother, the best man, holds the gift that Callie would open minutes later.
The lovely florals at the church were designed by Wendy Putt of Fresh Cut Catering and Floral.
If you're wanting to see the full film we created for Reid and Callie, head back to our blog on Tuesday, July 30. But you better make sure you have some tissues handy!
Ceremony: First Presbyterian Church Jackson
1390 N State St Jackson, MS 39202
Reception: Country Club of Jackson
345 St. Andrews Drive Jackson, MS 39211
Rehearsal Dinner: The South
627 East Silas Brown Jackson MS 39201
Event Design: Wendy Putt of Fresh Cut Catering and Floral
Event Coordinator: Crisler Boone
Event Styling: Shanna Lumpkin Events
Photographer Bryan Johnson from A Bryan Photo
Reception Band: Party On The Moon