From the Photographer:
"In a quaint college town with plenty of character and Southern charm, two people met and instantly fell in love. With Jamie being in a sorority and Bryan being in a fraternity, we knew this wedding wouldn't have a single dull moment. After a few deep breaths and champagne, the long wedding planning and stresses were finally forgotten. The reward is so great when you can finally commit to your best friend! The morning started at Historic Dansereau House in downtown Thibodaux. Adorned with gold accents and antique furniture, the house was built in 1847 and played the perfect backdrop for the day. The New Orleans style balcony allowed us to take pictures while being drenched in golden sunset! It was also so great to have that kind of setting for Jamie and Bryan's first look before the ceremony. Bryan, who isn't normally emotional, forgot about everything else in the world when he saw Jamie for the first time that day. Everything was so serene! They got married at St Joseph Co-Cathedral in downtown Thibodaux and took a short drive to Envie for their elaborate reception decorated by Ta-Dah Event Decorators! The reception space was draped in gorgeous white, gold, and silver accents. Jamie's bridal look is a big thanks to Megan Marks and Brandi Clement for hair and makeup. Her gown is Morilee by Madeline Gardner from Bridal Corner with shoes from Vince Camuto."