Posted By Enchanted Celebrations on 09/24/2020

Amanda and Dylan's Wedding at Running Deer Golf Club


Congratulations to Amanda and Dylan on their gorgeous July wedding at Running Deer Golf Club! These lovebirds definitely tied the knot in summer style! See for yourself in their Running Deer Golf Club wedding photos below!

First, it was time for morning preparation. Dylan got all dapper in his navy blue suit and glossy brown shoes before chilling outside on the patio with his handsome groomsmen. Meanwhile, Amanda slipped into her elegant white gown after taking some adorable pajama pics with her beautiful bridesmaids. They all looked stunning as ever in the soft sunlight. Peep their Running Deer Golf Club wedding photos to see how Amanda's smile pops with her white dress!

Next, it was time for their ceremony! The bride and groom to be met beneath a wooden arch strung with twinkling lights. They sweetly held hands as they exchanged vows. Before sealing the deal with a kiss, they completed a beautiful sand ceremony as "the two (finally!) became one." At last, Dylan kissed his blushing bride to the cheers of their family and friends. The applause continued as they made their way back up the aisle and onto the golf course where they took some gorgeous portraits on the green.

Our photographers snapped some lovely photos of the newly pronounced husband and wife dancing along the turf. If completely candid shots are your thing, then you definitely won't want to miss these pictures!  Finally, it was time for their evening reception! Amanda and Dylan shared their first dance as husband and wife and we promise they never stopped smiling! Overall, everyone had the time of their lives.

Congratulations again to Amanda and Dylan on their stunning summer wedding at Running Deer Golf Club. Thank you for letting our photographers capture your Running Deer Golf Club wedding photos. Cheers!

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