Jocelyn & Mackay – A Backyard Bash in Bluffton

Watching two friends fall in love is fascinating to witness.

I’ve watched Jocelyn and Mackay since day one. You see, my dad is really in the matchmaking business–he just moonlights as a pastor. Dad has such a high success rate, that he is almost never wrong when selecting summer interns. Tradition and history always win, as almost every single set of summer interns ends up working together, disliking each other, then liking each other enough to then fall in love, marry, and even have children.

Rev. Rob had selected his summer interns. Mackay and Jocelyn were destined to be together. What the two college students didn’t know was that after working together for a summer, they would be back for more.

Fast forward and Jocelyn finds herself engaged to Mackay (cause he liked it enough to put a ring on it!) and now they have decided to marry. This wedding is as unique as their relationship. The wedding party wore grey dresses and vests with touches of yellow. The flowers were full of yellow blooms, texture and lots of natural elements. Reclaimed wood, vintage mason jars, bicycle wheels, old windows, burlap and some candles helped to pull this wedding look together.

The result–an intimate backyard wedding and reception filled with personal and vintage elements, friends, family and a dash of color.

Feast your eyes on the delicious photographs captured through Brian Tropiano’s lens.

Thank you both for allowing me to be a vendor (the exception to your rule). I’m so grateful to be part of your lives and enjoyed watching you start a new chapter together. Your ministry, outlook on life and humor are infectious and I am so thankful to call you friends. I wish you both all the happiness as you share your lives with those you encounter, and may you have many, many, many, many years of wedded bliss.


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