Emily & Andrew

Emily and Andrew’s wedding was at the Carraway Davie House on an unusually warm January day. They decided to plan their wedding long distance to make travel easier for all of their best friends and create a reason for them to come back to sweet home Alabama where they met and started dating. They planned a laid back day that gave us plenty of time to take awesome pictures and them time to relax with their friends and family.

Many thanks to Melissa who did a fantastic job with everyone’s hair and makeup and Catherine from Carraway Davie who did all the beautiful flowers and kept everything running smoothly.

Welcome to Emily and Andrew’s wedding day. . .

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B & A Warehouse

We were putting together photos to give to B&A Warehouse and thought we’d share a few of our favorites here. B&A is a fantastic historic building in downtown Birmingham with exposed brick walls and twinkling lights. . . it’s a little bit of heaven for us in Birmingham and definitely one of our favorite indoor venues. . .

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Helen & Patrick

Patrick and Helen’s shot list came with the following description. . .”basically it’s classic, with a few silly shots, and whimiscal, romantic theme.” Gabrella Manor provided the background and Patrick and Helen’s obvious affection for each other; their love of manatees and stars, and sincere commitment to their friends and family to make it a perfect day provided the rest. We frolicked in a monsoon, were surprised by the best photo bomb of the year, and even captured a levitating groom . . .welcome to their whimsical wedding day!

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Sukhkamal & Jeremy

Our last wedding of the year was stunningly intricate, flawlessly planned, and full of details and moments that photographers dream about. . .Sukhkamal and Jeremy are obviously each other’s best friends and so at ease in each other’s presence. It was fun to watch as the reality of the day settled in on them and their smiles grew bigger and bigger as we flowed from ceremony to ceremony to celebration.

They were surrounded by devoted family that came from all corners of the world, amazing friends who reveled in the day – including bridesmaids who assisted with several complicated but seamless wardrobe changes, groomsmen that stayed up until 3am getting the perfect turbans tied, the women at the temple that fed everyone breakfast and lunch for the Sikh ceremony, and countless others that filled the day with tradition and friendship.

Yet again, it was an honor to be so fully welcomed into their day, their circle, and their families. . .

Thanks to Ross Bridge for all of their help and behind the scene’s work.

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Sarah & Andrew

Sarah and Andrew’s wedding was de-ja-vu week #2 for us. Like me (Ari), Sarah is the oldest of 4 siblings, finishing medical school and looking toward the mission field. Andrew is calm and steady and on staff at the Church of Brook Hills. When I was in college, I thought I would get married sometime at the end of medical school to a pastor before I headed off to Africa. It seemed as if I was getting a peek of what my life would have looked like if that plan had played out – and encouraging to see a couple headed in the same direction we are. It was a wonderful, peaceful day full of laughter and rooted in faith and the powerful relationships these two have fostered with everyone around them.

We also had 3 of our former grooms and two of our brides in the wedding party, so it seemed like a meeting of old friends. . .

It was a VERY rainy day at Matthew’s Manor – fitting for Sarah’s Swahili name she was given when she was born, that means “mistress of rain”. Sarah and Andrew were awesome and braved the rain several times for some of the more epic pictures – but my favorites from the day are probably the little moments captured between the two of them and their family and friends. . .including the prayer circle that converged around them immediately after they said their vows. . .

Welcome to their wedding day. . .



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