My Holga loves Fall.
My Holga loves Fall.
Remember when Dan and Jen got married? They’re still so cool.
Enjoy some pearpickin’-tireswingin’-leafthrowin’ east Tennessee in the Fall goodness! And flarerific light.
People who are wear their hearts on their sleeves and their emotions on their face are my favorite. So much excitement requires so many photos.
My favorite detail of the day was the bride/bridesmaid bouquets. The flowers were grown for the wedding party in a field at a wild flower farm. Then, the girls all made their own bouquets.
Favorite shot of the day!
I had a big woman crush on this grandma. Both their grandparents were so amazing. I pray that Mark and I make it together sixty years, and if we are so blessed, I’ll be on the dance floor with him watching me (see her husband on the far left?)
Ethan + Sarah, your raw joy was CONTAGIOUS! Thank you for letting us join in the fun. Head over the the featured galleries on my website to see more favorites!
Ceremony + Reception :: New Canton Plantation
Wedding coordinator :: Jessica Trivette (also known as the lady dancing with grandma!)
I only photograph cool seniors who like to do things like the robot.
Sessions full of laughter are the best kind. Also, Jacob and Sarah are wonderful.
And then the sun went to sleep.
Only awesome people get married outside in downtown Nashville during sunset.
Insane sunset and lighting during the ceremony trumps red carpet and stained glass any day! I was so happy.
Ceremony + Reception :: War Memorial
Wedding Planning :: Big Events (so much fun to work with!)
Band :: The Soul Searchers
Michael and Taylor were Fontenot wedding number two of the summer, and number four in the last year and a half. It was an incredible long weekend in Ft. Collins, CO, full of breweries, rafting, playing and laughing, and it altogether made me fall deeper in love with my amazing in-laws. Taylor, you know how much I love you, and just how dang excited I am that you’re now a part of this family.
Enjoy lots of photos because Michael and Taylor are lots of fantastic.
The story behind these rings: Taylor’s setting is from her grandmother’s ring on her mom’s side and a diamond from earrings on her dad’s side. If you were wondering how awesome Taylor is all you need to know is that she made Michael’s ring out of an old 50 cent coin. 10-12 hours of hammering, smoothing, spooning, drilling, polishing and radness.
Usually I would think a veil flying in the wind is stupidly cheesy, but when it’s not planned and with these two and the location, it made for one of my favorite shots of the day.
Dance party of the year of the planet of the galaxy.
This wedding needs a slideshow. Michael and Taylor’s processional was the best ever, timed perfectly to the rhythm of “Inní mér syngur vitleysingur” by Sigur Rós, making it the perfect song for the slideshow. Enjoy!!
Seven summers ago I met Pam on a bus headed to Colorado. We fell in love and began to make some of my favorite college memories driving around Austin jamming and laughing and loving life together. Aw!
Jason and Pam met four years ago at NASA employee training. [Insert all cheesy and inspirational sayings here about love and space and blasting off into the future] ….. Except don’t. Just look at Jason and Pam look at each and be all cute and stuff.
Two favorites from Montana vacay, shot from the porch of my parents lake house on Georgetown Lake.
Ryan and Lauren are the epitome of “when you know, you know!” They met in December, got engaged in March, and got married June 12. If you’re intrigued by their story, you can read about it here. If you’re intrigued by their photos, that’s why I’m here.
Ryan Long made us all cry with a song that he wrote for the ceremony. A month after Ryan met Lauren, he asked Ryan Long to start writing a song for their wedding, based on thoughts he had about her and Song of Solomon 4:9. It was one of my favorite moments of any ceremony ever.
Fried Ice Cream brought the party!
Ryan and Lauren…keep being incredibly awesome!