Jordan Gant and Greg Connuck Wedding

June 7, 2014 – Lake Lure, North Carolina – Setting sunbeams streamed just over the crest of Rumbling Bald mountain spotlighting the outdoor wedding of Jordan Elizabeth Gant and Greg Samuel Connuck. Friends and family trekked to this picturesque spot on a Lake Lure peninsula surrounded by Blue Ridge Mountains and summer vacationers paddle boarding by the scene. Under a handmade chuppah Jordan accepted Greg’s commitment to marriage and responded in kind. The promise was sealed with a kiss and the jewish tradition of smashing a glass under foot. After a few extended family photographs the guest boarded a street car style trolley heading for the Lake Lure Inn and Spa. The historic inn was perfectly accented by the mountain meadow inspired floral arrangements of Mandy and her crew from An English Flower Cottage. The wedding party enjoyed a poolside cocktail hour as servers handed out scrumptious raspberry brie hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Photographers Steve Exum & Griffin Davis of Exum Photography composed their signature all wedding group photo on the poolside steps of the Inn. Dinner followed with an incredible array of shrimp, mountain trout, gazpacho, fried green tomatoes, cheese trays, fresh fruit, and a roast station. Thanks to the sounds and energy of the Fantasy Band, this eclectic wedding congregation of Southerners and New Yorkers danced non-stop until the late night celebrations end. Jordan is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Roger Gant, III, of Burlington, NC and Greg is the son of Paul Connuck and Lauren Weinberger of New York, NY. The crew at Exum Photography wishes Jordan and Greg a lifetime of adventure and happiness together. Photography by Steve Exum and Griffin Davis of Exum Photography (© Steve Exum at

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