First post since July! Brenna and I can honestly say that the past few months have been nothing but absolutely insane with the business and our personal lives.
The past few months have been very trying physically and emotionally. Brenna's husband is FINALLY home after being deployed for 6 months. And for me, well, let's just say when relationships end, you figure out who you are, what you want, and where/how you want your life to go in the future. I have so many goals and resolutions for 2018 and so far so good. Let's hope it's only up from here!
On another note, Vanessa & Marshall's wedding was so much fun. It was in Algiers Point, New Orleans. Across the Mississippi river from the french quarter. Everything was so simple, and very much Vanessa and Marshall. Marshall forgot the rings in the groom's quarters so had run and fetch them during the ceremony which made everyone laugh. Capturing the glempses Marshall made at Vanessa all day was so sweet. The recpetion was one big party and at the end there was a second line to the ferry and then they painted the town red.
I shot this one on my own and had great fun doing so. I hope it's not the last wedding I shoot in New Orleans!
Fall is here again and we are seeing our repeat families grow taller and bigger!
The Mason family had their third shoot with us at Cheatham Hill trail in Marietta, Georgia.
These kids keep growing on us and I absolutely love Jay's expressions, haha!
Tom & Victoria's wedding was absolutely beautiful. The ceremony and reception was held at Vinewood Plantation in Newnan, Geogia. Shooting weddings and capturing the day is a blast.. but it is even more special when you have known the groom and most of the wedding party since middle school!
This was hands down perfect for these two. Every detail screamed Tom & Victoria.
Their music selection as on point and everyone in the house was dancing.
That's how you want it! Everyone had fun.
Processional- The River- Leon Bridges