Downtown Fayetteville Wedding – A+L

simple off the shoulder wedding dress and blue tux

a beautiful downtown Fayetteville wedding day

Alex and Logan’s downtown Fayetteville wedding was perfect. They held their big day at Wilburn Lofts, a perfect small wedding venue in an ideal location. The entire wedding day was full of so much joy. As I edited these photographs all I noticed was how happy everyone was this day and reminded me of how I felt when I was there.

the Downtown Fayetteville Wedding vendors that made this day happen:

Photography: Greta Keranen Photography (back to home)

Venue: Wilburn Lofts

The owner of Wilburn Lofts, Shelley, was really kind and I loved my interaction with her. I loved the setup of the space it was great for a small wedding. There is a nice bridal suite for getting ready photos. There was plenty of room for mingling and dancing during the reception. One of my favorite parts was the altar at the top of the stairs, very unique! There were lots of options for photos outside of the venue with an urban vibe.

Dress: David’s Bridal
Catering: Mission BBQ
Cake: Nothing Bundt Cakes

DJ: Making Memories DJ

Scotty, Making Memories’ DJ, is amazing! He was so kind to me, the other vendors, and all of the guests attending. He made everyone happy, was flexible, and there was always someone on the dance floor. As a photographer, I especially loved that he made sure I knew what was going to happen next. It was super helpful.

Here is the simple wedding day with all shades of blue and SO much joy:

a self portrait of a wedding photographer

About the Author: Greta loves her job, consumes too much caffeine, and spends her free time hanging out with her husband or at Target. She is a wedding photographer based in Fayetteville, NC specializing in capturing candid photographs along with a traditional style to produce natural, classic wedding photography. 

Looking for wedding photography in Downtown Fayetteville? I’d love to hear about your plans for your big day!

March 25, 2022

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