Kelley and Sam got married at the Classic Center in Athens. I loved being able to capture the special moments between them on their wedding day.
No two colors look better in the Classic City than red and black, which made Kelley and Sam’s wedding beautiful. With red roses and black accents, the ceremony and reception were absolutely stunning.
I was privileged to both shoot their wedding and to have photographed the first wedding in the new Atrium! If you’re looking for a classy space with incredible ceilings, you should definitely look into this venue.
Kelley and Sam, I enjoyed being able to capture your special day and I wish you all the best in the future!
Jenna and Richard got married at the beautiful Old Edwards Inn in Highlands, North Carolina. They had a elegant wedding that included a stone fireplace and a candle lit ceremony. It was absolutely beautiful.
Jenna was beautiful in a strapless lace dress that fit her perfectly. Richard was a complete gentleman in a tux and smile. You could Jenna and Richard were completely in love by the way they interacted and looked at one another.
They had an intimate ceremony and reception which was perfect for them. They enjoyed celebrating with their friends and family. I loved their grand exit through sparklers, it was gorgeous. Jenna and Richard, y’all are wonderful and I wish you all the best in the future!
Special thank to Logan Potterf for being the main shooter on contract for this one!! Love it.
This morning I drove to Madison with my camera in hand and set out to meet a couple who had been married since their twenties. I was intrigued to meet anyone who could make it more than half a century along side one another!
It was a wonderful and encouraging afternoon. I sat with my pen and paper and asked them all about their lives, how they met, when they were married, their children, and what brought them to where they are. I hope you enjoy the pictures and a bit of their story!
Hunter met Sue during the Korean war. He had traveled with his father to Emory, when he went out for dinner and saw Sue from afar ironing uniforms. He was in the army and she was at the hospital. He had dated quite a few women. ”The field,” as he put it.
Nearly a year after he saw her, Sue’s roommate set them up on a date.
Pictured here are some photographs from their wedding in the 1940′s. Oh, how photography has changed!!
(We visited their garden while they were telling me some of their story! I carried home some of the pretty tomatoes pictured below!)
I asked how he had decided to marry Sue. He said that he “just had to have her.” That she was striking. And that ”I’d do anything to have her. She swept me off my feet.”
After that first date, they courted for about nine months and then were wed in September in South Carolina. Her dress was a slate blue, crushed velvet suit and he was in uniform.
My favorite photograph was the THEN and NOW. I asked Sue to hold their original photograph of their wedding instead of a bouquet.
I often ask couples to be affectionate and show off how much they care for one another. Hunter didn’t hesitate and leaned right in for a kiss from Sue. The adoration hadn’t changed one bit.
They now live in Madison and are soon to celebrate their 61st wedding anniversary! I hope you both continue in good times and good health!