Like the dried rose petals from your grandma’s wedding bouquet tucked safely between the pages of the family Bible, your memories deserve to be preserved and cherished. But the best wedding photography isn’t just about breathtaking photos hung over fireplaces. It’s about the way those photos make you feel. And, if you ask me, a feel-good photo gallery requires a journey that starts long before the day you say “I do…”
One thing I remember most about planning my own wedding is the stress. I mean, I remember the good times, too, for sure! The parties, cake tastings, dress fittings…it was an adventure I’ll always treasure! But I still can’t shake the way my stomach backflipped every time I added another freaking thing to my already overflowing to-do list. And when potential vendors failed to educate me about their processes or forgot to respond to my inquiries entirely...I still get chills. thinking about it!
Who want a little more from their vendors. For couples who want to fully trust their vision to a communicative, consistent, competent professional while still having fun. For couples who can’t wait to enter fully into the best day of their lives while trusting that every moment will be captured.
Kelsey, 2021 Bride
Inspired by my years spent in Paris, I believe your wedding photography should be as timeless as Sacré-Coeur and as distinct as the Eiffel Tower. But I’m also familiar with the sad trombone “wah-wah” that plays when you look at even the most beautiful wedding photo taken under less-than-ideal circumstances. In the wrong photographer’s care, your wedding photos might bring back memories of feeling stressed, rushed, and misunderstood. Yikes! Let’s ensure that never happens to you! By incorporating a cozy dash of southern hospitality, I deliver a wholesome, relaxed Atlanta wedding photography experience. Whether I’m location scouting for your engagement session or securing your wedding day curls using a bobby pin from my own hair, I intend to give you my all—from the moment you book until you leap into that vintage Rolls Royce getaway car.