My Favorite Wedding Photos | 2018
Ummm, so where did this year go....seriously?
2018 may be my favorite year yet--not only professionally but we welcomed our first kiddo in to our family in November (don't worry, I have photos). I started the year off with a broken camera and ended with a collection of albums for my clients that I am SO proud of. I won't say it was the easiest year; being pregnant in the summer....in the South.....was challenging to say the least and yes, you saw me sweat BUT it was worth it! I also made many new vendor friends (friendors-hah!) that I was lucky to work with to ensure we gave our clients the best day possible.
So let's take a look at my favorites from this year. These are the images that made my heart skip a beat or do a little happy dance as we were shooting-ask my Brides, I really do this :) Hopefully this will give you inspiration for your upcoming wedding or help you to look back on your best day ever!
Holli & Ethan had a precious, rainy day wedding at a cute white church in Odenville, AL.
This is a fav because my Husband is holding the program ;)
I remember when Kristen was borrrrnnnnn....and now she's married! And what a gorgeous Bride she was!
umm that dress?!
Micayla had her Mom's wedding dress altered and wore it for her big day at Rucker Place in Downtown Birmingham. Don't forget the getaway car!
Ashley may or may not have made me cry when she sent me personalized onesies for my little girl--ok I cried. I loved partnering with The Red Gates at Kelly Creek for their first full year of weddings!
This may be my winner for favorite shot because this is how every girl dreams their groom will react to her coming down the aisle. I still get a little choked!
Destiny and Dalton win for best lighting!!! that gorgeous glow definitely made me do my happy dance!
Lily and Brent had the most emotional ceremony for me as they asked everyone to worship with them as their first act of marriage. The pregnancy hormones got me as I blubbered behind my camera!
I love these custom watercolor invites made by the Bride's cousin!!
Ashby and Patrick were married in front of her parent's house...in the same spot her parents were married....almost to the day of their Anniversary. I loved the personal touches of their wedding and the true, Southern feel it had.
My last wedding of the year--again--left me with tears in my eyes as the groom left for deployment not long after they were married.
I'm a little bias but there is nothing cuter than a snuggly baby in a bread bowl...especially when she is mine!
This is Collins and we welcomed her (early) in November. We kind of love her and are obsessed :) The father-daughter dance has taken on a whole new meaning! A HUGE thank you Harbison Creative Media for capturing our Birth Story in a tasteful and beautiful way.
I am linking it <<HERE>> to check out if you need a good cry!!