Working with Micha on she and Joel’s wedding album earlier this year was such a treat. I believe every wedding deserves to be archived in such a beautiful manner, so to see yet another wonderful wedding day printed and bound in a leather book makes my heart so happy. I especially love that Micha & Joel chose a leather I’d yet to see…a dark brown leather. Ahh…so gorgeous!
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This was without a doubt the best way to end my fall season. I travelled to Griffin, Georgia for Paige and Harrison’s wedding at her parents estate and could not have been more honored to be the one documenting what I knew they had put so much heart and time into meticulously planning. Anyone who knows weddings knows executing an at-home wedding is no easy feat. There’s so many extra accommodations you must make, but Paige’s family home could not have been more perfect for this celebration.
She and Harrison had their first look in the front yard (just love how sweet their expressions were when they finally saw one another! And those first look bear hugs!), we photographed all of their beautiful wedding party photos in front of the home, they exchanged vows at their church literally right next door, and then the celebration continued under the largest tent I’ve ever seen in 8 years of photographing weddings. The tent stretched from one end of the backyard to the other, and they even got to dance the night away on a clear dancefloor built over top of the pool. It was an incredible day full of nothing but the best things: joy, happy tears, laughter, good food, great music, and all of the loved ones Paige and Harrison could have hoped to spend time with! Enjoy just a few of my favorite images!
From our first few emails, Erin and her mom were super clear that this wedding at Sea Pines would be such a special one for their family. Having vacationed there for nearly 40 years, Sea Pines holds a very special place in their family. Dave even made sure to lock in an October 2017 date before he even proposed. Seriously amazing.
Another thing Erin was really passionate about was not spending the day fussing over photos. She and Dave wanted lots of candid moments, minimal formal wedding party & family photos, and they wanted to enjoy as much time as possible with the friends and family who came from all over (even across the pond!) to celebrate their marriage. I loved that and for that reason, please forgive all of the beautiful black and white images. To me, there’s something about candid = black and white. They enjoyed their entire cocktail hour with their guests, partied an incredible band, and were sent away for the evening through a tunnel of paper petals. It was such a fun day and as usual, I have a zillion favorites! Enjoy!
I’m a South Carolina and Georgia wedding and portrait photographer. I’m also a wife, bonus mom, animal lover, and passionate about creating real, timeless, and romantic images that tell a story and are full of life. I’m inspired by light, love, the outdoors, and adventures with my family