Celia and James had an absolutely beautiful wedding in Decatur last week. We had tons of time with them to take photos, and Celia had scouted out the best routes to walk from place to place to make sure we would pass by her favorite magnolia tree from when she was a girl and the […]
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Ali & Derek’s wedding was our last wedding of 2013, and it was a perfect way to end the year – the elegance of the Old Decatur Courthouse, the fun of a night stroll to the Brick Store; the simple perfection of Ali’s details of blues, oranges, and lots of candlelight; the goofiness and sincerity […]
Addie and Neil’s wedding in New Orleans was an amazing combination of thoughtfulness, memories, the culture of New Orleans, and community. We walked into the house the morning of the wedding, meeting them for the first time, and felt as if we had known them all our lives. We love how this process of taking pictures gives us the chance to capture anticipation, joy, and the subtleties of relationships, all while creating new friendships and relationships ourselves. . . Welcome to Neil and Addie’s New Orleans wedding at the Pavilion of the Two Sisters in City Park!
Leslie and Sean had a wonderful wedding in Auburn at the end of August. Some of my favorite moments – the fist bump with her dad before the ceremony, the flower girl walking backwards down the aisle as she watched the petals fall, the blanket Leslie made for Sean as his wedding present (Arianna made […]
Brendyn & Stephanie’s wedding was very special for us for several reasons. First, St. John’s Lutheran church is where Arianna grew up and where we were married a little over 11 years ago – at the same age as Brendyn and Stephanie! It was so fun to watch them standing where we stood, making similar […]