Hayley Praytor and Mike Abram exchanged their wedding vows on December 7, 2019 at All Saints Episcopal Church and continued their celebration at Mobile Carnival Museum in Mobile, Alabama. Their special day was not only steeped in rich family history and tradition, but also reflected the history of the city of Mobile and the origins of Mardi Gras! Hayley's family has been attending All Saints Episcopal Church since the early 1900s, and her grandparents donated the intricate, beautiful fabrics that were made into the altar guild and priest's robes that you see in the photos. In fact, all of Hayley's family members on her father's side were also married at this church! Additionally, her Matron of Honor added Hayley's mother's veil to her gorgeous cathedral veil to create a sentimental double layer!
On top of the many meaningful touches on their wedding day, their reception details, including a donut cake and glow sticks and shakers, added to the lively ambience of the Mobile Carnival Museum. The displays of colorful parade floats, elaborately embroidered robes, and crowns and scepters of past Mardi Gras Kings and Queens created the perfect setting for a night of dancing and revelry! Take a look at their beautiful and fun wedding day!
Second Shooter: Sandra Huynh
Ceremony Venue: All Saints Episcopal Church
Reception Venue: Mobile Carnival Museum
Wedding Dress: Anjolique Bridal in North Carolina, Amie by Anjolique
Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal
Florist: Julia Greer Fobes
Catering: Chef Will Hughes
Cake: Sugar Rush Donuts
DJ: KC Karaoke
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