Leeanna and Elias actually met on Instagram - a true modern day romance. They connected online through mutual friends, and soon, Elias was making a road trip to meet Leeanna in person. They hit it off immediately, and months of dating via FaceTime eventually led to Elias moving to be near his lady. Before a concert one evening, he asked Leeanna if she’d like to take a walk around the park. To her shock, he got down on one knee and asked her to marry him! After an elated “yes,” they continued down the path, where her family was waiting to celebrate.
Elias and Leeanna wanted a timeless southern wedding, so they chose the historic Potter Farm as the perfect venue for their special day. Every moment was filled with faith and family, and even included special moments to honor Leeanna’s dad, who had passed away shortly after the couple got engaged. Looking back on their day, the couple especially treasures their first look together, having a moment to take in all their emotions, and the thoughtful moments their families created for them throughout the day. The ceremony was beautiful, and the reception was a joyous celebration. We’re so glad we got to shoot this special day for Elias and Leeanna, and they’re excited to have those priceless moments captured to share with their family down the road. We wish them a long and happy life together!
Venue: Historic Potter Farm
Planner: Stacie Sewell (mother of the bride) Jonita Woodcock (aunt of the bride) with additional help from Ms. Joanne the owner of HPF.
Photographer: Justin Wright Photography
Hair & Makeup: Amy Wilkinson from the Hair Gallery
Florals: Sam's Club, Blooms By the Box, Greer's Florist in Glasgow, and Angie Houchens (with other friends)
Catering: Big Man's Barbecue (Glasgow Ky)
Cake: Sam's Club
Band/DJ: Terry Irons
Rentals: A La Occasions in association with Historic Potter Farm
Dress: Allure Bridal, Bright White, strapless fit and flare From USA Bridal
Suit: Online,Navy, Tie belonged to bride’s great grandfather
All photos contained in this blog are property of Matt G Video and are not a representation of the photography produced at this event.