Blake & Megan

Venue | Old Waverly Golf Club
Photographer |
Hunter Hart Photography
Wedding Planner |
Southern Productions
Venue Coordinator |
Lori Seal
Bride’s Dress |
The Bride and Groom
Hair & Makeup |
La Rousse
Groom's Tux |
The House of Tux
Band |
Heart to Heart
Invitations |
Impressions by Susan
Caterer |
Old Waverly Golf Club
Groom's Cake |
The Cookie Cottage
Bride's Cake |
When it Really Matters
Florist | Keith Winchester of Macon, MS
Photo Booth |
PhotoBooth Crazy
Officiants | Bro. Jeremy Huey & Rev. Andy Pearson
Music | “Heartbeat" by Sailr & “Dreams Come True" by Rookie

Old Waverly Golf Club is an ideal place to get married- vintage charm coupled with timeless elegance and glamorous detail. It’s a gorgeous option for brides who grew up in the small towns scattered about the central east part of Mississippi. Old Waverly was the place for Megan and Blake to begin a new chapter of their lives together.

Megan glowed in her wedding gown accentuated by her hanging diamond earrings. She presented everyone she loved dearly with thoughtful gifts throughout the day. After their tender first look under the natural canopy of shady oak trees on the elegant drive up to the clubhouse, she presented Blake with a gold watch and a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle’s 15 year old Bourbon. He presented to her a beautiful diamond bracelet that added such sweetness to her wedding attire.

During their ceremony surround by their family and friends, Blake and Megan exchanged vows that brought forth tender-hearted emotions from them both. Truly no one would protest that Blake and Megan loved each other deeply.

For the reception, music and dancing were on the top of the list for everyone celebrating their day. Delicious food and drink were ceaselessly served. For a fitting exit, Blake and Megan drove off in a “Just Married” golf card through a sea of sparklers lighting the way!

Blake and Megan were married on June 1, 2019, at Old Waverly Golf Club in West Point, Mississippi.



***The photos above are low-resolution screenshots. Photos (not seen here) of this wedding day were taken by Hunter and Saxon of Hunter Hart Photography. See their site for the photos from this wonderful day.