I am absolutely head over heels for Katie and Scott's wedding. It was the perfect intimate wedding, and I loved every detail! They chose to get married in Scott's parent's backyard, which sits on the oceanside cliffs and is right next to a beautiful cypress forest too. They had a beautiful ceremony overlooking both with their families as violinists played from the second story balcony.
After the ceremony, they had a Second Line, which is one of the coolest things I've seen at a wedding ever! A Second Line, for those of you who don't know (I didn't!), is typical in New Orleans style parades when people dance in the street following the musicians. You see, Scott's parents' neighbors are all very close, and everyone are friends there. Because of COVID, Katie and Scott couldn't have the bigger wedding they had originally planned, but they still wanted to include everyone. For the ceremony, they did a livestream so everyone could watch, and then they took to the streets of their neighborhood. The violinists led the parade with Katie and Scott and their families following. Neighbors and friends lined the streets, throwing rose petals over the happy couple. It was the perfect way to include everyone, and I hope to see it in future weddings - even when COVID is no longer a concern! Katie and Scott then hosted a beautiful (and delicious!) backyard reception dinner (with some truly breathtaking florals).
I was obsessed with every detail of the wedding from Scott's double knotted tie to the florals, to Katie's fur shawl (goals!), to the laser cut wooden name place cards, to the invitations, to the bridal shoes, to the blankets on the chairs for the chilly coastal weather. Of course, none of that compared to the couple themselves. They are so head over heels for each other, and you can't help but watch them and smile. They are the definition of relationship goals, and we are so honored to have captured their stunning day for them! Congratulations, Katie and Scott!
Photos: ShootAnyAngle Photography
Venue: Private Residence
Violinists: Rachel Aquilina & Sarah Chavarria