We all waited for this day for a loooonnnnggg time… the day that my cousin and my best friend would marry her soul mate. She took her time finding Jonny (or rather, he found her) and we can all say with so much joy that it was worth the wait.
We so loved being a part of Pam & Rudger’s wedding at the beautiful Ancient Spanish Monastery, thoughtfully planned by the very talented Momentum Event Design & Planning!
I’ve said it so many times before but one of the neatest things about what we do is seeing the couples that we meet and photograph on wedding days, begin to grow their families.
I loved my time photographing Kara and Danny a few weekends ago at the Bonnet House Museum, a little Fort Lauderdale gem.
I can’t gush enough about this couple or this wedding. It was infused with the sweetest, southern details and the most breathtaking blooms (her bouquet was one of the most beautiful I’ve seen), all created by the mother of the bride’s dear friend,
Most of you are in the winter rut right now that is known as February so I decided to spread a little spring joy by sharing this beautiful garden Georgia wedding with you all!
“Winter” is my most favorite season in South Florida because–you guessed it–the weather is absolute heaven. And by winter, I mean an average temperature of mid to upper 70’s.
Looking back on this day brings SO many fond memories of my good (and crazy talented) friend, Kalyn and her husband Philip’s wedding. I have been meaning to share this wedding for a long time (absolutely will not reveal just how long because #embarrassed) but everything from the location to the creative decor to her dress was unique and fab and so very Kalyn, so it’s a must share.
Happy New Year! I’m kicking off 2017 with this engagement session featuring two of the sweetest, kind hearted people we’ve met, Lauren and Sean, photographed at the incredibly beautiful Swan House in Atlanta.
I photographed this gorgeous couple’s engagement session a few weeks back at Oleta River State Park and had THE hardest time you could imagine narrowing down which photos to blog.