March 1st, 2010
What an absolutely wonderful weekend we had photographing a wedding for a family who we’ve been friends with for many years. When we first learned of Sloan’s engagement, we hoped that we would have the opportunity to document the day for them because we knew it would be a fantastic day. The wedding was at one of the most cherished historical churches in downtown Franklin which made it perfectly positioned for their post-ceremony walk to their reception at Puckett’s over on 4th Ave in where guests were treated to the mouth-watering creations of one of Franklin’s favorite restaurants. Congratulations to Sloan & Brian, as well as to both their families! Oh, and kudos to the entire bridal party - you all ROCKED!!!
November 8th, 2008
Heather & Roger and all their friends and family celebrated their Fall wedding at First United Methodist Church in downtown historical Frankilin. Heather was so organized that we were ready to roll with the formal portraits early which was a luxury that offered us more time to accomplish a diverse collection of portaits. Her selection of gown was also a treat in that it provided some inspiration for different poses and really complimented the incredible lighting we were working in. When it was Roger’s turn for formals, he could not have been more natural. Cool, calm, and casual which is the perfect recipe for great images. Guests were treated to a reception at the church’s reception hall which was an easy walk across the street. After a great time of celebrating with their guests and staying to the end, Heather & Roger were sent off with a great display of sparklers. Thanks for inviting us to your wedding. We had a wonderful time capturing it all for you!
October 31st, 2008
Well, the weeks have flown by with the busy Fall season so we’ve got several weddings to post. We’ll begin by posting few images for Anna & Keith to check out while on their honeymoon this week in Hawaii. Anna & Keith’s wedding was at Brentwood Baptist Church where we had plenty of options and space. We were even able to easily pull off a group photo of all the guests. A MAJOR thanks goes to the bridal party for their help in arranging the group as we positioned ourselves above. The day was an entire delight for us. Great people, a wonderful location, spectacular weather, and everyone was there and ready to roll when we needed them for photos. For a photographer, that’s like a dream-wedding-day. In addition to photographing the wedding, Anna was interested in a bridal session, but as it turns out we made the session a bride & groom session the day after their wedding because they were not departing for their honeymoon until Monday. So, we got a double-opportunity to work with Anna & Keith in the same weekend and have some incredible images that were produced. Congratulations to you both and we hope you’re having a wonderful time in Hawaii!
October 1st, 2008
What a gorgeous Fall day for shooting! Tracy & Mac could not have had a better day for their engagement portrait session, nor could we have a better location. With Tracy’s parents having the perfect property in Thompson’s Station for the session, we spent a few hours capturing it just before sunset. Both Tracy & Mac were naturals too - what an awesome job, you two!!! We can’t wait for the wedding!