Something old, Something new, Something borrowed and Something blue.

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 | By: Paula Goble

I cannot begin to tell you the love, emotion and tradition that I felt on Saturday, at the Wedding of Dr. Matt and Charlotte Hale Sexton. I would like to take this time to thank my friends for letting us be part of this very special day. I am very honored to share some of their wedding portraits with you. I have been blessed to know Charlotte since she was a little girl. This day was more than a celebration. It was if life had come full circle and time stood still for just a short while. Please enjoy!

DSC_0186BdsThe First United Methodist Church~The parlor


Our beautiful bride Charlotte Ann


Dr. Matt Sexton


Our first glance. Dr. Matt admiring his beautiful bride.

The wedding party


Finally…� Mother of the bride gets to relax and soak in her surroundings.


Pride and joy


The most beautiful church in Eastern Kentucky. circa 1918


1 Corinthians 13:13�and now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

DSC_0781BbdsHALE ~HALE the gangs all here (The Hale family)

DSC_0825BdsStepping out on your reception guest=awkward,� Sunset wedding photo=priceless!!



collagebDaddy dance~ There wasn’t a dry eye in the house.

DSC_5545BdsThe end to the perfect day.


A long kiss goodnight!!!!

Thanks to everyone for a perfect day.

Starting the morning at Panache` with Ashley Dotson, Wedding� Coordinator, Sharon Hobson,

Flowers by Margo Barber @Christinas

Rebecca Haywood-Harpist, Debbie Mink,� Organist,� Kim Thacker, Violinist

Nancy Betrand, Premier Events,� Jenny Wiley State Park Lodge, Ginger Steele EC

Kim Newsome,� Kim’s cakes by design

I would like to also thank the parents of these two beautiful people for raising such incredible

human beings.� Thanks again and much love to all.