Really, it is embarrassing and obscene how late I’m posting these photos. The wedding was at the beginning of July. But, in my defense, we did just get internet at the house, and it is hard to post anything without internet. Still though. Schanell, forgive me!
Here are some favorites from this beautiful couple’s wedding day. It was rainy all day (if you couldn’t guess by the umbrellas) but miraculously, it stopped raining right before the ceremony. Thank goodness we did bridal photos so that we could get some shots of the grounds! Ben and Schanell, thanks for letting me be a part of your day!!
It’s definitely time for an update! Jason & Lindsey got married in December and I finally have the time to put up their photos. It was a lovely winter wedding, and thankfully it wasn’t freezing! Thanks to the fabulous Joelle Brooks for many of the shots below – couldn’t have done it without her! Here are some favorites:
I’m posting these photos a bit late because now that I have started school, I have been quite busy! Here are a few favorites from the last wedding I shot – such a sweet wedding and isn’t the bride just beautiful?
What a privilege it was to document Jordan and Amanda’s beautiful wedding! Amanda, with the help of her mother, planned a gorgeous, vintage-style wedding at A.M. Booth’s Lumberyard, which is a unique event venue in Huntsville, AL. Such a sweet wedding and a wonderful, beautiful couple!
Matt and Michelle did things a little differently with their wedding, and so their reception was on a different day than the ceremony. Michelle baked a million AMAZING cupcakes and the rest of the food was pot-luck. It was such a sweet time to celebrate their marriage with family and friends! Here are a few favorites from the reception…
My husband and I are blessed to have good friends like Ben and Janice! I was honored to be able to photograph their wedding day, and what a gorgeous day it was! The Annabella House is a beautiful venue for a wedding, and the catering by Susan Jones was phenomenal. The flowers were arranged by the talented mother of the bride, Gwen Campbell. Here are a few favorites from that day!
Janice collects vintage suitcases, and so they used one to hold the flower petals to throw when they were leaving – what a cute idea!
This is my favorite!
I love the look of pure joy on her face here – this was immediately after the ceremony.
The white chocolate-berry bread pudding (bottom right) was insanely good.