ASHLEY CAMPComment

Wilson Wedding

ASHLEY CAMPComment
Wilson Wedding

Leigh Ann had so many special details in her wedding. My favorite was the party favors, little jars of honey. All day we kept noticing little bees included in things so we ask Leigh Ann what the story behind the bees were. She told us how her grandfather was a bee keeper. Leigh Ann's said, "My grandfather, Everette Bonner was a beekeeper and made honey since the 1950’s.  He continued until the 1990’s when he was no longer able to do so. As a child I remember people driving up to their house even after he had passed looking for more of his delicious honey. In our family, bees and honey have always been special. My sweet Grandmother, Ruth loved anything that had to do with a honeybee. Ruth and Everette were so proud of the bees they kept and honey they made. They even had their picture professionally taken with their prized possession and Everette of course was in his “EE Bonner & Son” sweatshirt. This was the centerpiece to our favor table containing the little jars of honey."

The whole day was filled with special pieces from her family. Read through and you will see all the special meanings behind the details.

The necklace Leigh Ann wore was the diamond from her mom's wedding ring.

Leigh Ann's dad had passed so she had her uncle walk her down the aisle. You could tell he had been a huge part of her life.

 Leigh Ann's dad had passed away but she honored him by setting a boutonniere in the pew where he would have sat.

Leigh Ann's dad had passed away but she honored him by setting a boutonniere in the pew where he would have sat.

Ceremony | First Baptist Church Eatonton

Reception | Eatonton Cotton Warehouse

Caterer | Rock Eagle 

Band | Reunion

Florist | Grits

Cake | Patsy Thomas 

Hair Stylist | Tori Atkinson at Ripa Lane Salon

Make Up | Katy Medrano