Allie and Austin: Addis Community Center Wedding



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Hey y’all! It’s a brand new year and to kick it off I’m sharing Allie and Austin’s beautiful wedding in a sweet little town called Addis!

The girls got ready in a gorgeous historic farmhouse in Brusly and the property had me swooning the entire time. Those white pillars, the swaying moss, all coupled with the pretty blush dresses and coordinating details. It was just beautiful all around! Allie truly put so much thought into her day and it definitely showed. And even though her bridesmaids had watched her get ready, and even get dressed, they all couldn’t help but tear up when she walked outside. And when her mom and Allie were having a quiet moment Harper decided she had to get it in on the love too. She was absolutely precious with her flower crown and little bouquet!

Below are some of my favorites from the Scioneaux wedding! It was truly a sweet day filled with so many touching moments and I’m so excited for what the future holds for Allie, Austin and Harper!

There was not a dry eye when Harper joined Austin on the dance floor, myself included!

The Vendors:

Invitations: Penelope’s Paper Pantry

Bride’s Dress: Alfred Angelo

Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal

Groomsmen Attire: After 5 Tuxedo

Venue: Addis Community Center

Catering:  Stein’s Top Knotch Catering

Florals: Connie Martin

Decor: Receptions 2 Remember

Coordinator: Shawn Tassin, R2R

Cake: Cakes by Marsha Martinez

DJ: DJ Kool-Aid

Second Photographer: Elizabeth Watts Photography

Congratulations Allie and Austin! It was truly my pleasure and honor photographing your wedding and I can’t wait to see what the future holds!

Wishing you two a lifetime of love and laughter,
Ashley ❤️


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