Patience & Spencer’s Georgia Mountaintop Wedding at McLemore Club
McLemore is a hidden gem hidden on the side of Lookout Mountain. It boasts a beautiful golf course, a restaurant, private homes, and an event pavilion on a cliff that overlooks a lush, green valley. I can’t imagine many places could be more beautiful than this.
Patience and Spencer were adventurous enough to commit their lives to each other while standing on boulders on the edge of the earth as their closest friends and family stood with them.
Every detail of their wedding was beautifully and masterfully planned. They rented a large home next to the venue that allowed all of the family and all of the wedding party to get ready under one roof without seeing each other prior to the wedding. The groom and groomsmen were upstairs while the bride and bridesmaids were downstairs and everyone was able to mingle in the common areas. It was really quite lovely that everyone was able to spend the day together and still keep the bride and groom separated.
After their first look on the cliff behind the house we did all of their family photos. This is not normally something I would recommend, but with everyone there very early and getting ready in the same location it worked out quite beautifully. After family photos we traveled via golf cart to some other stunning locations for couple photos, then popped by the cocktail hour, and headed to their ceremony site for their short, sweet, and beautiful exchange of vows.
Every detail was simply beautiful. And, as you can see in the photos, Patience’s brother, Seth, who was the official Man of Honor, ended up with a pretty big job during the ceremony. Butterflies were released, tears were shed, laughs were shared, it was a lovely, lovely day.
Following the ceremony was dinner and a reception at the pavilion. The Young Hearts put on an incredible performance, as always, and an amazing party was thrown to celebrate their marriage.
Congrats to you both, I wish you the most incredible future. Enjoy your slideshow!
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