Happy Wedding Monday Everyone! Brides! Brides! Brides! What’s your favorite Flower? What flower will be displayed at your wedding?
This September will be 19yrs of Marriage for my Husband and I, so I’ve decided to share some portraits from my wedding, along with some of my favorite client’s Bouquet arrangements.
This was my wedding bouquet from 2000, No my bouquet was not Real, But it was designed by my Aunt after she saw a similar one in a wedding magazine. I absolutely love Calla Lilies…and Roses. The best part of my bouquet being artificial is I can still have it displayed in my home!
Being a Wedding Photographer I have captured some Beautiful Images of real wedding bouquets by some very talented Floral Designers.
The interesting thing about when I got married, I never even thought about having real flowers. Do Brides even do artificial Floral Bouquets?
So here are some of my Favorite Bouquets from my Beautiful Brides on their Wedding Day!
The Mattox Wedding
The Williams Wedding
Florist: Instagram/ Yourfriendelysse
Mr. & Mrs. Williams
Mr. & Mrs. Williams
The Ashley Wedding
Florist- Peachtree Petals
I Hope you all have enjoyed some of my favorite Floral Arrangements from my Amazing clients. If your looking for a Wedding Photographer, Please contact me I’m always excited to capture your Amazing Wedding Day!
Today Ms. Caviana turns the Big 16! Caviana is one of my favorites to work with. She has a beautiful spirit, confidence and just a beautiful person! When we did her first shoot I was blown away at how comfortable she was in front of the camera.
Fast forward to her Sweet 16 birthday party…just amazing!! She and her step team performed a dance routine and it was wonderful.
I will say that I was truly amazed and proud when I arrived at the party…There were so many pictures on display from her photoshoot, most times clients ask to purchase there entire gallery but you hardly ever get to see what they do with the images…do they print them or do they grow old and lost on the computer. So it was a blessing for me to walk in and see all these images on the tables, and throughout the event.
They partied like no other!!!
Special Thanks to the Team that put all this together”
Event planner: Red Carpet Event Planning
Makeup Artist: Karen Ficklin Instagram:@karenficklinbeauty
Hair: Kyshia Richardson Instagram: @styles_by_ky09
Cake: Brittaney Moore Bliss Venue Styling & Catering
Cake Charm/Custom Signage: Nolram Bak
Event Locaiton: Inviting Events
Banner: Instagram @kaleighscreations
I wanted to share some exciting news and give you all the opportunity to learn more about me and why I became a Photographer.
I was recently given the opportunity to share my story with VoyageAtl.com as one of ATL’s most inspiring stories . I am truly grateful that I can share this with you all. Some of you might even see a familiar face or two.
Please take some time to read the article at VoyageAtl.com if you have problems with the link you can also find it at http://www.voyageatl.com Inspiring Stories section at the top of the homepage as part of the Norcross collection.
Thank you for taking the time to read and share but most importantly, being apart of my journey…
My oldest and I worked on a nice quick DIY project on Monday.
We made her very own face changeable wall Emoji! This was a great idea, it was quick and very inexpensive. She loves emoji’s and it was a great #motherdaughtertime for us.
What you’ll need to make your Wall Emoji come to life.
1. 2yards of Yellow fleece fabric $2.40 per yard from JoAnn Fabric.
2. Hulla hoop, this was the size we wanted for our Emoji.
3. Printable cut outs. We got our print outs on line
4. Felt fabric squares. Hobby Lobby 4 for a $1 plus the 40% off coupon.
5. Velcro I didn’t want to nail it to the wall. This way she can move it around.
Total cost: 9bucks!
If you decide to make your own, please share your Emoji with me I’d love to see it!