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What a beautiful December of weddings! I confess I have never had a December like last month! To end the year with three amazing couples was just over the top in such a good way!! I was so overjoyed to celebrate with all three and to capture all their love as well as the community goodness that weddings always bring! I absolutely love weddings, even after 10 years of shooting them, I still fall in love with each love story and pay attention to the way each of my couples love and express their affection…all the feels today as I write this!!!
First up, Martha Kathryn & Chris’ big day has me swooning. I can’t tell you how in awe I was of Martha Kathryn wearing her mother’s dress and veil…these are the kind of sentimental details dreams are made of ! The lace, the veil, the way Martha Kathryn looked like a princess, all so beautiful! She had several heirloom details including a fur from her grandmother, who she was close to growing up and a Swarovski tiara, gifted by her aunt and uncle! Chris did not want to see her until the wedding and I loved that these two decided on waiting until the ceremony. He couldn’t help but tear up as she came down the aisle. What a beautiful moment! The original plan for the ceremony was outdoors, but the rain moved us inside to a more warm and cozy ceremony! Everyone was all smiles and we made the most of it! A major shoutout to the wedding party because there were so many of them and they kept everything upbeat! A great wedding party is truly a gift!! I’m sharing some of my favorite moments and portraits from this day! It was a pleasure to capture these two and I want to do it all over again!!
Dress: Her mom’s
Suits: Jos A Bank (Augusta)
Shoes: Lane Boots
Florals: Flowers on Broad
Bridesmaids dresses & Bow ties: Show Me Your Mumu
Hair and Makeup: Your day by Amy Gay
Second Photographer: Caroline Head