At Tupelo Honey Wedding Co., we are dedicated to capturing the most authentic and incredible moments of our couples. We pride ourselves in gleaning the most exceptional details in your busy, best day ever. Our photographs show our continued commitment to the high quality, true-to-life images, and our films compliment the photography in such an amazing way.
The majority of our couples choose to have highlight videos produced alongside their wedding photography. This is just one more reason to choose us. One company of professionals, endless possibilities.
Izzy and Ben
Erika and Brian
Erika loves fine art and history, and Brian loves Erika. So they chose the historic Lightner Museum for the congregation of family and friends.
The Lightner Museum in St. Augustine, Fl has an incredible history and is such an incredible backdrop for this couples union. Originally "Hotel Alcazar", it was designed specifically for wealthy railroad travelers. It was once the largest indoor swimming pool, and you can see that with the slope in the bottom floor where the ceremony is held. You might say that as the ceremony is underway, you are figuratively and literally "heading to the deep end." In more ways than one these two were taking a plunge. Sorry, couldn't help myself.
Brian's father passed away recently and Erika gifted him cuff links with a photo of his father so that he would be next to him throughout that day.
Erika's dad stood at one side of the second floor curved stairwell then descended and waited to finally see his daughter in white. As she turned the corner of the 3rd floor of the museum he started to get emotional and did his best to hold it together.
In Brian's reception speech, he looked to his wife and said, "You look so stunning in that dress coming down those stairs, that's a vision I'm going to remember for the rest of my life.
At the end of the night, right before their sparkler exit and horse drawn carriage, the couple held a private dance and basked in the glow of the beautiful night.
Amber and Ryan
This couple chose a intimate AirBnB on Anna Marie Island for their ceremony and reception.
The morning included hair, make-up and beer pong. The first look between these two were so touching, and intimate. The sky and sea equally crystal blue around them
All they needed was Family, Friends, and a Tiki Bar. With a "beer girl" in lieu of a flower girl, this couple did their day their way.
Sundown bride and groom portrait photos included an impromptu "Trash the Dress". No worries though, she had a backup.
As the two wind down the night, they enjoy dance, drink, and friends to engrave this night into their hearts forever.
Kerry and Kenny
These two wanted a sunrise elopement on the shores of Daytona Beach. As Pennsylvania natives, the only body of water they had was the Delaware river. So they packed up their beach elopement and headed to Florida.
Kenny hand made his wife this arch, rose at 3am, and anchored it in the sand of the beach before she was awake.
As they walked out of their hotel, in the darkness of the morning, they kissed beneath an arch.
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