Posts tagged military elopement
Jess + Ethan - Elopement

Jess and Ethan eloped with less than a weeks notice and over 3,000 miles between them. They exchanged their vows as well as their rings surrounded by kudzu vines and used the rest of the remaining sunlight to walk down to Upatoi Creek for portraits to embrace their brand new union

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Danielle + Nate - Canyon Engagement

Danielle and I decided to go ahead and set up a day to meet for a sunrise shoot at Providence Canyon State Park here in western Georgia. She and her fiance, Nate were so much fun to work with and I feel like we really captured them as a couple. We also paid great attention to combining a candid, bohemian style that they love with the more traditional posed images their families would appreciate! These two lovebirds are keen on traveling and getting all there is to get out of life, cheers to a happy engagement and the beachy wedding of your dreams!

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National Infantry Museum Wedding

Chad & Selena had an intimate wedding at the National Infantry Museums' World War Two Chapel. This small wedding was put together from afar while Chad was in basic training, due to graduate with 1-19 the following day on the field across from their wedding ceremony. Congratulations to the happy couple and newest members of the Infantry! 

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Emily + Spencer - Canyon Elopement

Emily and Spencer hired me a few months ago to photograph their engagement session, with Spencer's new military career they decided to elope locally and have a small ceremony. After seeing some of my latest work, Emily wanted to re-create their elopement at Providence Canyon State Park about an hour away in Cusseta, Georgia.

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Old Town Civil Ceremony

Smaller ceremonies are becoming more popular these days, often the cost of a traditional wedding is just not do-able for some couples. Some choose smaller elopement style weddings to keep things simple, style preference or due to the demands of the military lifestyle.

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