Brian and Terren held their wedding on April 29, 2023, at The Pineapple Beach Club in Ocean Isle Beach. The couple chose vendors with intentionality to help them carefully craft a cheerful wedding day.
Brian and Terren embarked on wedding planning with a goal to host an intentional wedding. They wanted to make sure to carefully consider each part of the process and their identities as partners. The spouses made every decision of the wedding process together, ensuring the event was a reflection of them both.
Forget Me Knot owner, Delany May, helped to bring together the day with details that reflected the couple and their loved ones. The couple allowed their fondness for greenery to inform a bright color palette. Briar Patch provided creative centerpieces and altar adornments.
This deeply personal day was captured by Ami Thompson Photography. She is inspired by capturing bold, magical memories.
Ami loves working with enthusiastic couples who focus on spending quality time with loved ones on their wedding day. Ami Thompson Photography perfectly captured the couple’s joyful energy and love throughout the event.
The wedding ceremony included participation from all the guests. Each person was given the wedding bands to send their well wishes to.
Little Pond Catering provided food to meet the needs of everyone present. The food was delicious, and they did a great job with some complex dietary restrictions for their guests. Imaginary Cakes supplied custom three tired cake for dessert.
Brian and Terren advise couples to hire trustworthy vendors to calm some of the pre-wedding stress. It’s okay if you don’t love the planning process, because at the end of the day it’s about your marriage and your community.
Photographer: Ami Thompson Photography
Caterer: Little Pond Catering
Party Rentals: 3 Cheers
Venue: The Pineapple Beach Club
Planner: Forget Me Knot
Hair & Makeup: Jessica Locklear Hair & Makeup
Florist: Briar Patch
Entertainment: DJ Craig
Cake: Imaginary Cakes