We had been looking forward to this wedding for a long time! Ever since we photographed their surprise proposal in Memphis, we were so excited for the moment when these two would officially seal the deal. We knew they both had style, but even we were unprepared for the amount of awesomeness that filled this day. We traveled to a little town in Georgia, where we were thrilled to discover one of the most beautiful wedding venues ever! Tryphena's Garden is like a little Italian villa, Georgia style, filled with gorgeous plantings, hidden paths, and formal lawns. It is the perfect place for a wedding, and a photographer's dream!

I say it all the time, because it's so true: our favorite thing about our job is that we have new friends when the wedding is over. But with Kristi and Matt, we ended up with new friends before the wedding! We got along so well with them right away. And when they pulled out three bottles of flavored tequila after their engagement session and invited us to stay for cocktails, we sealed our friendship right then and there! Since that day, we have shared more cocktails, and even more laughs. We looked forward to their wedding not only as photographers, but as friends! We're so thrilled to be sharing this one today!

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.

Cheryl is the kind of girl who does things herself. She owns her own business. She adores cooking, enjoys the challenge of learning a new, complicated dish. If she doesn't know how to do something, she figures it out. And she's not afraid to open a bottle of champagne by herself, at her own wedding. She's independent. She doesn't need anyone else to take care of her.

For the last two years, we have been the disgrace of the neighborhood. Really. Our front yard was a mess. I love plants, gardens, and landscaping, and when we moved in about 9 years ago, I chose and planted everything myself. At the time, I was a stay at home mom, and had a little more time for garden upkeep. But not anymore.  I'm surprised we haven't gotten nasty notes stuck in our mailbox from concerned neighbors.

The last time we went back to our Mississippi hometown, I forgot my camera. So I made sure I had it with me this time. And carried it around with me nearly the whole time we were there, perhaps unnecessarily. But I'd rather have it...

It's Spring, and I love this time of year in my garden. All last year's deadness (yes, I just made that word up) is finally gone, replaced by colorful flowers that are starting off the season right. Especially roses. I love roses. Not the old...