Something old, Something new, Something borrowed and Something blue.

I cannot begin to tell you the love, emotion and tradition that I felt on Saturday, at the Wedding of Dr. Matt and Charlotte Hale Sexton. I would like to take this time to thank my friends for letting us be part of this very special day. I am very honored to share some of their wedding portraits with you. I have been blessed to know Charlotte since she was a little girl. This day was more than a celebration. It was if life had come full circle and time stood still for just a short while. Please enjoy!

DSC_0186BdsThe First United Methodist Church~The parlor


Our beautiful bride Charlotte Ann


Dr. Matt Sexton


Our first glance. Dr. Matt admiring his beautiful bride.

The wedding party


Finally…  Mother of the bride gets to relax and soak in her surroundings.


Pride and joy


The most beautiful church in Eastern Kentucky. circa 1918


1 Corinthians 13:13 and now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

DSC_0781BbdsHALE ~HALE the gangs all here (The Hale family)

DSC_0825BdsStepping out on your reception guest=awkward,  Sunset wedding photo=priceless!!



collagebDaddy dance~ There wasn’t a dry eye in the house.

DSC_5545BdsThe end to the perfect day.


A long kiss goodnight!!!!

Thanks to everyone for a perfect day.

Starting the morning at Panache` with Ashley Dotson, Wedding  Coordinator, Sharon Hobson,

Flowers by Margo Barber @Christinas

Rebecca Haywood-Harpist, Debbie Mink,  Organist,  Kim Thacker, Violinist

Nancy Betrand, Premier Events,  Jenny Wiley State Park Lodge, Ginger Steele EC

Kim Newsome,  Kim’s cakes by design

I would like to also thank the parents of these two beautiful people for raising such incredible

human beings.  Thanks again and much love to all.










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