Christopher & Virginia Rose

Venue | Kingfisher Lodge
Photographer |
Ryan Coon
Band |
Ghost Town Blues Band
Camper Bar |
The Campertini
Food truck |
The Brunch Box
Music | “Ringing Through the Night" by Benjamin James
Music | “Always” by Utah

The wedding of Christopher and Virginia Rose was a breath of fresh air. Instead of focusing on the all the usual wedding normalities like getting ready at a fancy salon or having a grand exit, they truly desired to focus on the people that were surrounding them.

Virginia Rose got ready at her grandmother’s house in Saltillo, Mississippi. The house was adorned with vintage heirloom antiques that chronicled the lives of the children and family who lived there. Virginia Rose’s wedding gown wrapped around her perfectly and matched the timelessness of the setting. Christopher’s suit was a stunning hue of blue extenuated by his red tie and dark skin tone. They had their first look in the backyard of her grandmother’s home under a beautiful oak tree with the audience of their bridal party and family members. You could see it in their eyes when they looked at each other - that they were sincerely and deeply in love with each other.

Afterward, they went to Kingfisher Lodge in Verona, Mississippi where the ceremony was held on the other side of the gleaming lake right at sunset. The celebration of their matrimony was an unforgettable and incredible party that spanned over the grounds of the lodge. Vendors like Romie’s Grocery, the Campertini, The Brunch Box, and the Ghost Town Blues Band took the party to the next level. Instead of having a grand exit, they opted to take a massive group photo of all that were there so that they could remember the people who joined them to celebrate their love. It was a truly amazing day for a truly amazing couple. Christopher and Virginia Rose were married on October 20, 2018, at Kingfisher Lodge outside of Tupelo, Mississippi.

Wow, guys. Just, wow. We are in love with the piece of art you’ve created for us and consider ourselves so blessed to have these memories for the rest of our lives.
— The Vasquezes

***The photos above are low-resolution screenshots from the wedding film and not meant for print. Photos (not seen here) of this wedding day were taken by Ryan Coon. See his work for all your photography needs.