I Do With A View 2014

Valentine’s Day is one full of love and romance. This year, I spent the special day celebrating those sentiments with twelve couples at Vulcan Park and Museum. Each couple, while overlooking the city of Birmingham, surrounded by their closest family and friends, exchanged their vows and started their lives together.  Vulcan Park hosts the event each year, which provides a unique, stress-free opportunity for couples to marry or renew their vows. Vendors volunteer their services and all proceeds support Vulcan Park’s mission to preserve and promote Vulcan as the symbol for the Birmingham region, advance knowledge and understanding of Birmingham’s history and culture, and to encourage exploration of the region.

These are just a few of my favorites from the day-long event, which would not have been possible without Nikesha Fantroy, of Pinkhouse Photography’s, assistance and beautiful contributions! Enjoy!



Venue:  Vulcan Park and Museum // Florals:  Norton’s Florists // Event Styling: Event Rentals Unlimited // Event Coordination:  GoPro Event Solutions // Music:  Amerson Events  // Cakes:  Cakes by Audrey // Hors D’Oeuvres: D’Armond Catering // Keepsake Wedding Announcement:  Allison R. Banks Designs // Make-up: Aware Cosmetics 

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  1. Demarish Ruffin-Smith says:


  2. Nikesha Fantroy says:

    Enjoyed this day sooo much with you friend! Fantastic blog post!

  3. Tiki Merritt Curry says:

    That was the sweetest thing ever!!!!! Love, love, love it!!!! The dancing couple…FUN!!! Those red bridesmaid dresses…HAUTE!!! That lil baby…ADORABLE!!! The faces of all those happy couples…PRICELESS!!!

  4. Sara Cotten says:

    although it’s 9:30 in the morning, i officially want wedding cake, pita chips with hummus, a mink coat like the Little Miss is rocking, and the ninth and tenth brides to PLEASE get that bridal portrait with the hair flair and headshot framed and mounted. #thankyou

    this had to be an A-mazing experience! i love how each couple’s moments spoke to their union. i always heard about “I Do with A View”, but never had an opportunity (read: invite) to attend. thanks to your work, it was a lovely experience!

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