Carillon Beach, Florida
Jenny & Alex's gorgeous and intimate wedding at The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, FL.
Shelley's gorgeous bridal session, showcasing her Kenneth Pool gown. Taken at The Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta, GA.
Asya and Michael were married at a gorgeous private affair at Chateau Elan Winery and Resort in Brasleton. They are an incredible couple, dedicated to each other and dedicated to detail.
Though it was their wedding day, the couple insisted on bringing gifts for some of the guests. They celebrated their family and friends, recognizing that it was they who have helped bring the couple to where they now are.
This wedding was published in Luxe Mountain Weddings Magazine. To see the feature click here: http://luxemountainweddings.com/2012/08/14/on-cloud-nine-in-the-catskills/
Heather and Rex chose Decatur United Methodist Church and the Trolley Barn in Atlanta for the site of their wedding day celebrations. The flow of the day was so well planned that guests felt as if they were the ones being treated.
Rex and Heather find true joy in one another. Their first look was a beautiful moment, easing both of them the minute they laid eyes on one another.
During the reception at the Trolley Barn, the couple made sure to say a 'hello' and a 'thank you' to each table. The guests and the couple then spent the night doing nothing but dancing. their hearts out.
A 'celebration' is too calm of a word to describe the day. It was planned in the most meaningful way, to show the most meaningful of the loves.
Chris and Janna were married at the Shipyard Plantation on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Janna's family had vacationed there for most of her life and it was the only choice for them to bring family and friends together.
Their wedding was a celebration on all fronts and though the day was to celebrate Chris and Janna, the couple spent most of their time recognizing and appreciating those around them.
The love between both families was the forefront of the day, making the wedding a union in the truest sense of the word.
Sarah and Mark chose King Plow Arts Center in the West Midtown area of Atlanta as their wedding venue. Sarah is an extremely talented graphic designer and the venue's art history fit the couple perfectly.
The W hotel served as their 'getting ready' point. The suave style and class of the hotel made for a perfect start to the day.
The two of them are very sentimental and sought to incorporate their heart-matters into every aspect of the wedding day. With Sarah being British and Mark being American this often meant that two traditions would be celebrated during a single moment.
The day bursted with appreciation, adoration, and emotion.
Shelley and Gary had a sensational wedding day in the heart of Atlanta. They incorporated two major Atlanta landmarks for their nuptials: The Fabulous Fox Theater and The Georgian Terrace Hotel.
With both of them being involved as actors on the stage (which is also where they met!), there was no place as appropriately festive as the Fox Theater.
Their Thursday wedding in the heart of the Christmas season was heartfelt, personal, and a joy to photograph.
I love Atlanta in the fall! It's warm until December (and even sometimes after), and the colors are fabulous. Kimberlyn and Greg wanted to explore the city for the engagement, so explore we did.
These two are so fun to be around. Kimberlyn constantly laughs, and Greg just gives her the 'look'. He knows he's got his hands full. I say this all only because I knew Kimberlyn previously, and I know he has his hands full.
We spend the day starting in Midtown and made our way north to a park that i love. Kimberlyn's outfits were gorgeous and on point for every scene. She works at Kate Spade, so can you blame her? The style and the season were a perfect match.
I've known Leslie for as long as I can remember. I mean that. I can't remember a time when I didn't know her. It's truly a gift to be able to grow up together and observe the course that our lives take. Her and I were in college together when she met and married Matt. The two of them are wonderful together and care about others more than life itself.
We got together on a gorgeous fall day in Atlanta and explored some of my favorite (and secret) spots. I'd tell you where we went, but I can't. Also, i dont want to. The two of them are so photogenic that it hurts. We could have lasted hours if the light were ever-perfect.
Lynne and Ko's nuptials were a graceful affair that focused on their history together and with the people who were there along the way. They had one of the largest bridal parties that I have every seen, and each person present was selected with a purpose. These two appreciate each other and their loved ones so much that each event throughout the evening was scheduled with the purpose of honoring others.
Lynne's Kenneth Poole dress gave her a classically beautiful figure that complimented the estate. She looked stunning with her groom and I could have photographed the two of them forever!