If I could write a love story (other than my own), I think I’d tell one that includes a wedding just like this. The bride would have the most electric personality, a smile that lights the darkest of rooms and a confident sense of style that all of Paris and Milan would envy. The groom would be soft-spoken and absolutely stricken with love for his beloved. The setting would perfectly complement the look and style of every last detail chosen by the bride and groom. The ceremony, itself, would be sweet and concise. It is, after all, the act of making official what everyone already knows: this couple is meant to be together.
Jennie and Judd were married at the Woman’s Club of Gadsden, a beautiful historic home full of classic and period furnishings, an amazing grand staircase and perfectly vintage bride’s and groom’s rooms. It was a perfect fit. It is so easy to imagine this great couple and their portraits lived 100 years ago.
I’m excited for my new friends and their new beginning… together… husband and wife.
Congratulations, Jennie and Judd Maxwell!