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I'm Sarah and I'm so happy you're here. This blog is full of past weddings, engagements and my best tips for photographers & brides!
Ashley and Andrew’s engagement session at Painted Horse Winery highlighted one of my favorite things about couples: when they’re thinking outside the box! Not only was it a unique location, it was stunning and extremely fun. If you and your significant other have a special restaurant or location, don’t be afraid to ask the business owners if you can stage a photoshoot there. Look how good it turned out for Ashley and Andrew!
Sidney and Taylor’s wedding at The Factory at Walton Mill brought together modern chic with an industrial setting. Simply put, it was a jaw dropper! They also had one of the best photobooks I’ve ever seen.
Yasmin and Efrain are one of the most precious couples I’ve had the privilege of working with to date! Even though it was the day all eyes were to be focused on them, they were extremely concerned that their guests had an excellent time and were well taken care of. Weather threatened this outdoor wedding all day long. However, you know you’ve got the right team of vendors and bridal party when everyone was all hands on deck if it began to rain.
I’m posting Maura and Max’s Piedmont Park engagement session today because we are less than a month away from their wedding! One thing to consider with engagement sessions, especially in popular locations in cities as large as Atlanta, is how crowded they will be at the time of the photoshoot. Maura, Max, and I hit The Beltline and Piedmont Park early in the morning to try and negate this issue.
Emily and Justin’s intimate Atlanta elopement was full of the same elegance you’d expect from a traditional wedding. Instead of paying for the big event, the couple decided to go to Italy for three weeks instead. Who can blame them there? I can’t! The cool part is that we still had a ton of fun with just the three of us anyway.
I immediately want to say yes to any chance that I have to photograph a wedding or engagement session in Savannah. As you can imagine, when Jess and Chris brought me on board to capture their day at The Mackey House, I couldn’t have been more excited. Although we didn’t meet in person prior to their wedding, we planned out their desired shots over the phone and via email to make sure we captured every single moment of their day.
Erin and John’s Perry Lane Hotel Wedding in Savannah could not have been more beautiful. But it wasn’t the last time I had the pleasure of photographing this lovely couple! During their wedding planning process, they decided to forego an engagement session. As I’m sure you’re aware, sometimes it’s difficult to budget, plan for, and fit everything in before your wedding day! However, once Erin’s sister uncovered their decision, she knew she had to intervene.
Amanda-Ruth and Matthew’s downtown Madison engagement session was so sweet. If you can’t tell from the photos, Amanda-Ruth and Matthew are so precious and kind. We started out in downtown Madison, which is so quaint and cute. Then, we headed to my house to use my field as our second spot. Amanda-Ruth really wanted photos in a field, so I knew the one at my house would be perfect. Clearly I’m biased.
McKenzie and Cameron’s Swan House wedding was absolutely magnificent. McKenzie and Cameron met on a work kickball team and became best friends before they started dating. I love how unique their love story is. It’s hard to believe we were just taking McKenzie and Cameron’s engagement photos!
Alice and Orlando’s White Laurel Estate wedding was filled with the sweetest moments. Starting with how they met, Alice and Orlando met at a dog park. Subsequently, in a true life 101 Dalmatians moment, their dogs Gracie and Brave became friends and Alice and Orlando’s love story began. It was only natural that Gracie and Brave were included in all aspects of the wedding.