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Aly and Scott: Belle Meade Wedding

Aly and Scott’s wedding was such a delight in so many ways.  They were married at St. George’s Episcopal Church and returned to her father’s home for a lovely evening of dinner and dancing.  I loved the details that Aly and Elizabeth James incorporated through the day ~ strands of yellow and navy accented with silver from Aly’s grandmother’s collection.  The best part of it all, though, was Aly and Scott’s interaction.  They are both sophisticated and understated in the best possible way, and both carried such a clear confidence about each other through the wedding.  Don’t miss her end of the night get-away suit that belonged to her grandmother.  Congratulations, Aly and Scott!

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Megan and Brian: Laguna Beach Engagement

What a treat to spend my afternoon running around Laguna Beach with Megan and Brian ~ I mean, come on.  How is this my job to hang out with awesome people at beautiful places!?!  I seriously think I had a huge smile on my face for our entire shoot as I watched them interact, laugh, and be so perfect for each other.  Their wedding in the fall is going to be just the best.  I cannot wait, and I’m pretty sure they can’t either!!

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Katie and Brent: Wedding at Houston Station

When Katie called with the news that Brent had popped the question, I knew we were in for something special. I’ve had the privilege of knowing Katie for many years, and every project we’ve done together has been something unique. She has impeccable taste, and leaves no detail unnoticed. The first thing she mentioned was “I’m thinking our invitations will be printed on pieces of wood”. Um, yes please. Photographer’s dream.

We loved working on this wedding with Katie and Brent and were honored to be included. There were so many amazing details that I can’t even begin to include them all. Check out the Southern Living article if you haven’t seen it yet!

The festivities actually started a couple of days before the wedding. Since they were getting married in a winter wonderland in February, we knew their wedding day would be dark and cold … perfect for a wooded wedding, but not so great for portraits. So we planned a time before the wedding to capture some portraits and details of the wedding on Katie’s family farm. It was relaxed, we had SO much fun, and I love the results we got. We even shot a little film (gasp!) and it is totally stunning!

I hope that you enjoy this winter wonderland as much as we did!

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Southern Living Weddings: Katie and Brent

You know that feeling of having a really really amazing something, but you can’t share it with anyone? I imagine this must be how guys feel once they have the ring but haven’t asked the question yet.  Like they might explode.

This is how I feel about Katie and Brent’s wedding and it is FINALLY time to share! I have been sitting on these images for almost a year now. Trust me … torture … because it was just the loveliest. And Southern Living thought so too!!!

Don’t walk … run!! This year’s edition of Southern Living Weddings just hit stands and it totally took my breath away. Pages and pages of just yummy elegance. I am pretty humbled to be included among such a stunning collection of weddings and photographers.

Here’s a little preview. A full post from Katie and Brent’s wedding coming soon now that the cat’s out of the bag!!

 

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Kate - January 31, 2013 - 9:26 am

Mary- congratulations! This is beautiful. I always love looking at your pictures! If I ever get married you might have to come down to Florida. 🙂

Mary and Alex: Wedding at Home

I know I’ve said it before, but weddings at home just hit my sweet spot.  Maybe it’s too many times of watching Father of the Bride, but a backyard reception is the best!  The drizzlies on Mary and Alex’s wedding day couldn’t dampen the excitement and fun of their festivities.  I’m completely smitten with the first shot of the invitation against the ah-mazing texture of her wedding gown, and pretty much with this whole wedding in general!  What sweet people, families, and memories of celebrating.  Congratulations!

 

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