Catherine and Brad chose our own charming town of Fairhope, Alabama for their gorgeous wedding day! Everything from the rehearsal dinner at the Wash House Restaurant in Point Clear to the weather on wedding day was absolutely perfect. On a super cool note, Catherine’s wedding dress was actually her grandmother’s! This was the dress’s third remake! How cool is that!? The Grand Hotel in Point Clear gave us a beautiful backdrop for the first look and the setting sun shining through the doors of Sacred Heart Catholic Chapel painted a picturesque union for these two love birds. And of course, Brad did not disappoint with tons of hilarious reception photo opportunities at the Venue. 🙂 We had a wonderful time with this group!!!
Bayfront park in Daphne, AL provides so many awesome elements – greenery, forest, a boardwalk, and of course, the beach; I love to shoot there!
I met Mallory and Nathan at Bayfront Park with their 3 year old water loving puppy, Nala! We purposely saved the beach for last since the couple knew Nala would be off to explore the water once she saw it. 🙂
Even though there were rain showers briefly before our session and had a day of mostly cloud coverage, we were lucky enough to have the sun peek through for some great shots on the boardwalk. Jesse and I are looking forward to shooting this adorable couple’s wedding this November!
Would you believe me if I told you think was a one-hour engagement session? Shooting downtown is such an awesome way to achieve so many looks in such a short amount of time! From the adorable French quarter and the Tuscan vibe of Pinzone’s restaurant to the gorgeous greenery of Knoll park and the water scenes of the Fairhope pier – I don’t think you can get this anywhere other than our wonderful Fairhope.
There are just no words I have than can explain my gratitude to have gotten to meet and work with this couple. If there is such thing as a soul-mate couple for a photographer, Madison and Ronald are mine. From the moment I met them for their engagement session at the Springhill College campus in Mobile, I knew they were just, magical people. Love and graciousness exudes from them and it makes capturing their love and personalities easy and wonderful. So, I was particularly excited to travel with Jesse to their college campus, Troy University in Troy, AL for their wedding and reception on June 3rd.
What better way to pay homage to the place you met the love of your life than to get married there. A cool fact about this couple? They met at camp!!
The mossy oak trees and bay-front views of Camp Beckwith created a gorgeous backdrop for Caroline and Jay’s charming wedding. From the elegant hanging chandelier in the oak tree over that stunning wedding cake to the charms on Caroline’s bouquet of their loved ones who have passed; the details were perfect and helped to create and accompany heartfelt memories at a place this couple holds dear. Way to come full-circle!
Congratulations Caroline & Jay on your beautiful union. Thank you for allowing us to capture the love between you and your families!
I’ve said it before – WAITING is the worst part about bridal portraits! Sitting on the images without getting to share them until after wedding day is torture for us photog’s! 🙂 #tragic
Jenny chose her reception venue, Fort Condé Inn, for her bridal portraits. What a great way to utilize your space and keep your portraits cohesive with your wedding day! Fort Condé Inn is a stunning boutique hotel located in downtown Mobile. Rich in history and pristinely upkept, the Inn holds a unique charm as it is nestled between gorgeous cottages in Fort Condé Village. Did you know that Fort Condé Inn is Mobile’s second-oldest house?? How cool!