I am over the moon in love with this bridal session.
Jenna is the definition of a classic beauty.
Lisa and Josh were wed at her parent’s beautiful marina in La Follette, TN.
It was such a warm and beautiful day for a wedding and they couldn’t have had a lovelier setting.
When they came to the studio for their consultation I asked a ton of questions like I always do. Josh was pretty quiet, letting Lisa answer most of the questions. I remember asking one directly to Josh and him saying ” I honestly don’t care, I just want to marry this woman” I knew their day would be filled with love right then and hoped they would choose me to document it.
Congratulations to two wonderful people and we wish you the best of everything in your new life together.
I am delighted to get to share these beautiful bridals. It was a very dark and stormy evening, but we still had a wonderful time and the images are some of my favorites to date!
I have been looking forward to this wedding since last summer!
I fell in love with Whitney over our many emails about her fabulous wedding plans. Then I got to meet Corby at their engagement session and I fell in love with their love. I am so blessed to meet the people that I do with my job. I love their fur-babies too!
You learn a lot about two people on their wedding day. How they handle the stresses, how they work together. I have no doubts in my mind that these two will have an amazing life of love together. It was a true honor to be a part of your day and witness every tear, laugh, and embrace. You *may* have made me tear up a few times myself.
Ok ok, enough of the mushy stuff! Let’s talk about this gorgeous wedding. It was supposed to pour that day. Not sprinkle, but 80% chance of a downpour all day. Well, we didn’t have a single drop of rain until the reception. It was just too beautiful of a wedding to be rained on. Every detail of the day was perfect!
Hey Whitney, save the shoes for me ok? 🙂
Congratulations on your marriage and I look forward to seeing what amazing things you do together.
Here are a *few* of my favorite moments:
April and I thank you from the bottom of our hearts for choosing us to be there with you.
On a beautiful May afternoon a new family was born.
Lance and Holly were married at Chateu Selah with their son, Hayden, by their sides.
Every detail was perfect! If you know me, you know that I love burlap and lace. I was in heaven.
While I was setting up I overheard a sweet lady talking about a wedding poem. I remembered it having ingredients and being just so perfect for the wedding. I was able to find it:
Wedding Cake Recipe: 1/2 lb good looks 1lb sweet temper 1lb butter of youth 1lb blindness of faults 1lb of wit 1lb good humour 2lb of sweet argument 1 pint of rippling laughter 1 wine glass of common sense a dash of modesty
Put the love good looks and a sweet temper into a well furnished house. Beat the butter of youth into a cream, and mix well together with the blindness of faults. Stir the wit and good humor into the sweet argument then add the rippling laughter and common sense. Work the whole thing together until everything is well mixed, and bake gently forever.
Wild Family – I wish you every happiness and a life filled with lots of wedding cake!