I have yet to meet a person who has ever hear of Lowndesboro, AL, but it may be the smallest, most idyllic little southern town I’ve ever been visited. The last census says the population is 140, which means there is 1 gorgeous little white church for every 14 people:)
At any rate, this was my sort of place. I love old buildings, outdoor settings with great light, perfect light for pictures of a beautiful couple, live music, tractors, boiled shrimp. . .it was a great day!
It’s so funny writing about a 97 degree June day in the middle of winter – it almost seems like a dream now, but at the time it was very hot. Lauren and Ryan were amazing though – they were committed to having a fantastic day and taking awesome pictures. They gave us permission to do our best work, and it made all the difference in the world (like when we walked across the street to find the perfect light right after the ceremony).
I also to have to tip my hat to Lauren & her stepmother – they did a fantastic job with all the details. They put so much thought into everything and it was all executed to perfection.
One last thought. . .Ryan is a fairly shy, reserved person, but you would never know it from his huge smile in all of these pictures – I love that he was so happy about getting married!