With our new website makeover, I'm a little behind on blogging. I'm starting to catch up, and today's post is a great way to dress up the new blog! This Davies Plantation wedding was back in the Fall, when it was still hot outside. It's so hard to remember the heat when there is snow outside right now. I feel like I'll never be warm again! But Caitie and Robert were amazing and completed rocked their portraits, despite the temperatures. We're so excited to share these with you!

Of all the different kinds of weddings we shoot, the ones at private residences are always a favorite! It's one sure way to have a wedding like no one else's. Marisa and Paul are a couple like no one else, and they would have had a unique wedding no matter where it took place, but their venue choice only added to their originality! They celebrated their love at Paul's grandfather's gorgeous farm in Mississippi. It was the perfect place for their union, and offered them the opportunity to really showcase who they are as a couple. We absolutely love them both, and unsurprisingly, we loved every detail of their wedding. We are so thrilled to share it with you today!

The first time we ever met Samantha and Slay, we knew we had to shoot their wedding. Yes, they are amazingly good looking. I mean, just scroll down a little. Did you see her??? It's completely unfair that one person can have that many good genes! But that's not the reason. Not even close. We always care way more about what's on the inside than what's on the outside. And their outsides have nothing on what's inside! They both have amazing hearts that were built to serve others. They are some of the most caring, selfless people we've ever met, and we love them for that!

We recently got the chance to photograph our first courthouse wedding, and we can't wait to do it again! I've always thought that civil ceremonies are so intimate and sweet! It's a private affair, with only a few family members and friends. It completely removes all the stress and (most of) the planning that a formal wedding involves, and makes it all about the couple. It really concentrates on the most important part of wedding... getting married!

Greg was shy. He was so shy, he could barely say two words to Kimel when he met her. When a friend introduced them, she tried to engage him in conversation but soon gave up when she thought he wasn't interested. In fact, she thought he was a jerk, albeit a good-looking jerk. So when the friend told Kimel that Greg wanted her number, she was surprised to find out that Greg thought she was the most beautiful woman he had ever met.