Posts tagged washington wedding photographer
Taylor + Dustin - Farmhouse Wedding

Taylor and Dustin held their intimate spring wedding Hoody Hudson Farm, a lovely and local to Columbus Plantation home style wedding venue. The house itself dates back to 1826 and is considered to be one of Harris County's oldest homes still standing. The venue, rich in history and this couple, rich in love made for a beautiful day to be remembered. 

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Ashleigh + Jake - Historic Farmhouse Wedding

Ashleigh + Jake tied the knot on November 18th 2017 at the historic plantation venue, Hoody Hudson Farm here in Columbus Georgia. Almost from the moment Ashleigh chose me as her wedding photographer, I knew their ceremony was going to be incredible. 

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Arianna + Carrie - Surprise Proposal

Arianna and Carrie have been married for a few years now, but due to both of their military careers they never had the chance to do it “right”. Arianna wanted to surprise Carrie with a true proposal and plan out their perfect wedding together in California. So we went about the session like I would a typically with other couples, Arianna knew the spot I chose so I posed them and waited for her to act. Poor Carrie was caught so off guard, she kept asking if it was planned and if I knew. After the initial jitters wore off, she totally said yes and they had a lovely romantic stroll through the creek and into the sunset.  

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The Client Experience - Boudoir

Boudoir. Where does a gal begin? Alright, let me give it to you straight and set the scene. I live in an type-A personality world. My profession requires a rigid, serious, non-emotional attitude and I think we all know how a professional image bleeds into a personal image. Structure, Rigid, To-Do Lists, Appointment Books, Work To Be Done, Kids To Feed; the list goes on and you find yourself unable to separate where professional you ends and personal you begins. This spills over into all areas of life such as how you run your home, your love life, etc. So immediately when a gal like me hears boudoir, it gets shut down. No way *crossed arms girl emoji* no way can this gal be BOOTY-ful behind a camera. You might giggle at the thought of even entertaining the idea of a boudoir session. 

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The 'D' Family

I met this cute family of three at the National Infantry Museum the other weekend for some updated family photos. The NIM is a favorite spot of mine for so many reasons, but if I had to choose it's mostly due to the Spanish moss which I figure I should take advantage of while we're still living here in the south. Now it's no secret that little ones can be a challenge to photograph, and I think any mom will agree with my here, but this little lady was all smiles and laughs! She was so full of curiosity so I simply put that to use. 💕

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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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Courtney + Forbes | Riverwalk Engagement

I met Courtney earlier this year with much thanks to the lovely ladies at Uptown Gowns. We met at Iron Bank Coffee Co. and quickly hit it off, and just like that she booked me for her wedding this fall at the W.C. Bradley Chapel & Museum! It's no secret that I tend to be REALLY enthusiastic about all of my sessions and clients, but these two are stepping outside of the typical southern wedding 'norm' and going with a very trendy LA look. It's everything I ever wanted to bring to the deep south and I'm BEYOND excited for their wedding this November.

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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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Jewels, Jacob + Zoey - Lifestyle

Jewels and Jacob are two of the nicest people and are faced with a truly terrible situation. Their beloved German Shepard, Zoey, was recently diagnosed with a very rapidly progressing type of cancer and they are unsure of how much quality time they will have together.

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