Right now, I’m sitting at a table on a deck underneath a canopy of trees dripping with Spanish Moss. I’m sipping on a morning mimosa, and the coastal breeze is blowing in my hair. Savannah is my favorite city on the planet, and I am in heaven at this very moment!
It’s been a sad, emotional day. We had to say goodbye to our puppy of 15 years this morning. Kipper has been with us almost as long as Ed and I have been married. He was older than two of our children, and has been around for almost the whole lives of the other two.
Choosing your wedding photographer is one of the most important decisions you will make while planning your wedding. Other than your new husband and the ring, your photos are the only thing you have left when all the events of the day are over! Keep these tips in mind to help you choose the best wedding photographer for you (even if it’s not us)!
Molly and Spencer are the epitome of Southern charm and grace, and their wedding day only proved it! Molly could only be described as the quintessential blonde bombshell, with a golden heart to match! You can tell more about a person by their friends, and Molly was surrounded by dozens of ladies who only wanted to make sure that she was taken care of on her special day, and that she wanted for nothing. What they all realized was this day was about love, and that the only thing she wanted was Spencer.
I always tell my grooms that Ed has their backs. I’ll admit it. As a girl, I sometimes tend to get carried away with the bride. I mean, 90% of the wedding day is all about the bride, right? But one of the reasons I have Ed on my team is to remind me that the groom is in fact 50% of the day. You can’t have a wedding without the groom!
We all watched the sky with anticipation. The weather was predicting over 80% chance of rain, and both the ceremony and reception were planned for outdoors. Lori and Kenny had taken a leap of faith and decided against the extra tent for the ceremony site. Rain or shine, they were getting married outside! Lori had a photo of her and Kenny’s grandparents, who couldn’t be with them, wrapped tightly around her bouquet, and Kenny later said that it was due to them that they had such great luck with the weather.
Jordanna and Justin have known each other since preschool. Preschool! They have class photos of themselves in preschool and 2nd grade where they were standing only feet from each other. They didn’t know then that they were destined for each other, but they never would have ended up together if the path that led them to each other didn’t start there.
It’s been awhile since we’ve done this series, and I don’t know why! I always love showing and talking about my favorite photos that Ed takes, so we’re going to be bringing this back, hopefully regularly! *crossing fingers*
Spring is kicking into high gear here in the South, so we are doing lots of engagement sessions lately! We absolutely LOVE doing engagement sessions. It’s our time to really get to know our couples, and we love hearing all their love stories! It’s such an honor for us to be able to capture this time in their lives. Engagements fly by so fast and this special time gets overlooked by the whirlwind of wedding planning. It’s so great to take a day and really celebrate this time!