The Wedding of Sydnie and Bryce

October 7, 2023

We had a long engagement which gave us plenty of time to plan. On my wedding day, I never felt stressed … it was the best day of my life.

— sydnie
The wedding of Sydnie and Bryce.

The Details

Season: Fall 
Planning Time: 23 months
Event Planner: Jackie Collins, SydnieCollins Kelley, Lisa Hankal (month-of coordinator)
Invitations: Zazzle, designed by Sydnie Collins Kelley
Hair: Kristen Troxel Duke, KTroxx & Company
Makeup: Alexis Senesac, Ktroxx & Company
Florals: Southern Landscaping
Cake: Lila Greene
Catering: Champions Retreat 
Ceremony: Champions Retreat, Bluff Hole #9
Reception: Champions Retreat Event Barn
Photography: Aurora Adeleigh 
Dress: Tiffinie Bleu Bridal

The wedding of Sydnie and Bryce at Champions Retreat on October 7, 2023.

Seen in the January 2024 issue of Augusta magazine.

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