I just love this couple and was so delighted to be apart of their beautiful, rustic wedding at Mossy Oak Farm. My favorite details were Erika's amazing cotton bouquet and Hunter's feather and snake skin bow tie! Amazing! Check them out!
Describe your engagement ring:
This diamond is very special because it was once belonged to Hunter's mother and is a diamond from 1983. Hunter described my ring as a "crown," being that it has small diamonds around every angle of this ring, and I could not agree more! He picked my ring out by himself, and every time I look down at it, I think of how lucky I am to have found this man of mine!
What led you to choose your wedding venue? What makes it special?
Everything about this venue is perfect, from the big swamp with cypress trees, the barn, a cabin, two beautiful pavilions, and just enough distance from our hometown! I knew this place was the one that was perfect for us! Mossy Oak Farm is special because it is naturally beautiful, and I do not know anyone personally that has ever gotten married here before!
Three things that fuel your relationship:
Our dogs (Cash and Harvey), hunting, and family!
Do you have any advice for other couples?
Be yourself, be each other's help mate, and love each other's strengths along with their flaws! Do not try to change your significant other! Communicate by listening and understanding one another!
Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Stuckey!
Thank you to all these amazing vendors!
Hair / Makeup: Fonda Davis-Hair/ Kate Davis-Makeup
Dress: Frills / White Weddings
Groom attire: David's Clothing
Florals: Razz Jackson Designs by Robert Wynn
Entertainment: Backbeat Boulevard
First Dance Song: Still the One by Orleans
Food: Skippers Fish Camp
Cake: Patsy Hopkins and Ann Spellman
Theme: Rustic, natural, with neutral colors