Stopped in Tuscaloosa this past weekend, on the way back from the beach, to shoot Brittany’s post-wedding bridal session. With access to her dad’s OH-SO-LOVELY yellow ’66 Corvette, we thought it would be even more fun and relaxing to do the portraits AFTER their wedding, and not have to worry about a speck of dirt on her gown. After touring around open fields and the old ruins of the original state capitol building, we headed to Tannehill State Park to… Read more »
brittany | tuscaloosa bridal session
It’s always a daunting task to select just a few favorite images from such a HUGE EVENT. Abby and Ben’s Birmingham wedding took my breath away. It was a truly incredible weekend full of glamour, fine detail and ….well, just see for yourself. :) Not enough? You really must view more of their wedding here and check out their adorable engagement session here. A GIGANTIC THANK YOU to my dear friends, Sarah B. Gilliam and Graham Yelton for helping me… Read more »
Not only do I just adore this sweet SWEET couple, but Dyer’s family farm in Tuscaloosa was a photographer’s dream. A crusty textured wonderland. Docks, barns, trucks… AND fields of gold?! Oh my. View their slideshow and more here and stay tuned an adorable Alabama wedding this May!
Oh how I looked forward to photographing these two. :) What could be more fun than driving out to Arrington Vineyards, sipping wine on a wednesday… and cracking up the whole time? (Plus getting treated to dinner at Cabana afterwards, YUM!) I had the best afternoon with my sweet friends and CAN’T WAIT for their wedding in Montgomery, AL next month! Be sure to view more of the session and slideshow here.
And I’m elbow deep in it! Almost half the year has gone by… where have I been? Hm… maybe traveling everywhere from Indianappolis to the Mobile Bay, and having a blast doing the most fun job, ever! I know it’s so hard to wait the normal 4 to 6 weeks to get your wedding photos back… so my new goal is to try to post at least a couple sneak peeks after each wedding. (now that I have my laptop… Read more »