Posts tagged University of Alabama
Southern groom's cakes

We are Southerners.  People love their sweet tea and football.  So naturally would would see these influences on a wedding day, especially when couples really love to personalize their wedding.  Here in the South it is common to have a groom's cake. Although the tradition started in England, it was even featured in Steel Magnolias, where the red velvet groom's cake was shaped like a armadillo!  

We see a lot of hobbies featured on groom's cakes but more than anything, we see allegiances to football teams.  This is not even a trend just during football season - it's all year.  Whether you are a Roll Tide or War Eagle fan, you are sure to love these examples!

Best Auburn Groomsman Cake Ever #auburnweddings #auburntigers #auburnweddingcake #ilovemyjob

A photo posted by stacyrichardson (@stacyrichardson) on

Photo courtesy of  Magen Davis Photography

Photo courtesy of Magen Davis Photography

Photo courtesy of Pinterest

Photo courtesy of Pinterest



Anna and Matt | Tuscaloosa Wedding Video

Congratulations to Anna and Matt!  Your summer wedding was gorgeous!  

Editor: Chris Carr | Gown: The White Room,  | Photographer: Scottie Jones Photography | Cake: Donna Pow, Tuscaloosa, AL | Flowers: Christi Patton and Georgi Bragg | Venue: First Baptist Church and Smith Hall, Museum of Natural History, on the campus of University of Alabama | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Sash at Part Two, Tuscaloosa | Wedding Day Hair and Make-Up: Brittany, Brian Avery Salon, Northport, AL | Band: Fountain City Players, Music Garden | Lighting: Tuscaloosa Bridal Lighting | Caterer: Savory Solutions, Aliceville, AL

---------

Angela S. Deaver | Main Street Productions | Birmingham Wedding Videographer

"It’s a beginning and an ending, it’s glorious and sad, and it’s intimate and public.  In your lifetime there will be few milestones that will change the course of your future more than your wedding day. Main Street Productions understands and believes in the emotions of life. We bring these emotions to our art and look forward to presenting you a glimpse into your own past." - John Deaver, Main Street Productions