“It was an incredibly special day, but my favorite part was our first look. It was just Ron and me having a few quiet moments together on the front porch of Rosemary Inn. It was wonderful.”

April 30, 2022

• The veil that Cara wore was originally worn by her husband’s great-grandmother. Cara was the 33rd woman to wear the veil.

• The night before their wedding, Cara and Ron participated in a customary Indian ceremonial tradition of feeding candies to one another.

• For the reception, the pair decided on two venues – the Pinnacle Club and Edgars Above Broad. The more formal reception was held at the Pinnacle Club. The couple decided on Edgars Above Broad for a more modern and funky reception.

• The night before the wedding at the rehearsal, the priest leaned over and told Cara she couldn’t get married the following day in Georgia. Ron mistakenly applied for the marriage license in South Carolina! Instead of panicking, the couple drove across the bridge to be “officially” married before their Georgia ceremony later that evening.



Season – Spring
Planning Time – 9 months
Event Planner – Kate Bailey Events
Invitations – Paper Lady, Carole Davis
Hair & Makeup
Gaby Gumus Beauty Artist (bride)
FloralsMary Louise Hagler
Cake – Bottom Line Bakery
Catering – Edgars Hospitality Group
Ceremony – Church of the Most Holy Trinity
Reception – Pinnacle Club, Edgars Above Broad
PhotographyCasto Fine Art Photography
Videography – Alanna McArdle Video

Appears in the January 2023 issue of Augusta Magazine.

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