Happy Thanksgiving, y’all! :) I finally edited photos from our 2014 Turkey Day and posted them over on Jensey Loves. Click here or the photo below to see more. :)
Jessica and Alicia were our first-ever lesbian wedding! Nate and I are so excited that we finally have more same-sex couples to add to our new wedding portfolio site (coming soon, promise- just have to finish those gosh darn bios!) Their whole day was stunning start to finish, and full of such love and adoration for this wonderful couple.
Ohhhh, just the view from their getting-ready room, no big deal. <3
We had Jessica step out so Alicia’s mom and sister could help her get dressed, then Jessica’s mom and sister helped her, and we did their first look at the Grand. :)
Favorite, favorite, favorite. :)
This was something we’ve neeeeeeever seen happen at a ceremony- Alicia’s poor momma stepped on Alicia’s veil after the hand-off!
If that wasn’t bad enough, it happened to Jessica after she walked down, too!!!!
I love that they both had a sense of humor and laughed it off with their guests! :)
The *only* reason I can stomach Nate’s precarious shooting positions (like the one on the right), is because he ends up catching gorgeous moments like the one on the left!
Jessica and Alicia, it was such an honor. Wishing you both the best in life!! :)
It’s my second favorite holiday and I’m officially able to share photos from our 3rd annual Halloween photo shoot with our charming nephews.
Hallpants’s favorite characters prevailed the great costume hunt this year, and he couldn’t be happier to be his favorite cowboy. :) Just wait till you see photos next week of the *whole* gang, but for now, enjoy my cute Disney-model-worthy nephews! :)
HAPPY HALLOWEEN, Y’ALL! <3
This is our second fall now not living in Tennessee, but our first year not taking a trip back to see the leaves change! It’s hard to plan a yearly trip now since fall is our busiest time of the year, but I’m so thankful we were able to make it back last year for Kellie and Derek’s wedding. This wedding was a favorite of last year, not just because of the gorgeous leaves and the abundance of stunning details all thought up by this creative bride, but also because I’ve known Kellie since I was a senior in high school and she was a freshman. :)
In high school, I took French 1-3, but senior year I decided to take Spanish 1 just for kicks. I was the only senior in a class of freshman, but the girls I met in that class made it one of my favorite classes I ever took! This is now the second wedding we’ve photographed with a bride that was in that Spanish 1 class with me, and we’ll be photographing our 3rd this December. So crazy and so incredibly wonderful!! This was our second wedding at the Dixon Art Gallery in Memphis and I’m still swooning over this location.
Kellie, I wish we could repeat your gorgeous wedding every week. Thank you so much for bringing me home. :)
The only thing more beautiful than that lace gown is the woman wearing it!
And now an abundance of gratuitous detail shots. :)
This dresser greeted their guests and held the programs for the wedding- How cool is that? Also, Kellie designed and made her own letterpress invitations and programs.
Love a groom who knows how to bustle. <3
I think I was about 7 when Kolby invited me to my first camping trip.. Kolby was the youngest child in her family, and a total tomboy after bring raised with her two older brothers in their hunting/ fishing/ camping loving home. At least once a year from our elementary to middle school years, I’d join Kolby, her brothers, their best friends, and her father on what would become some of my most glowing childhood memories.
This wasn’t your state-park-with-toilets-and-
So many of the most important memories from my childhood were with this family, and Kolby was my first friend and still remains my oldest friend. I’ve watched her grow from the cutest freckle-faced five year old to the incredible woman and mother she is today. Though our visits are few and far between and I don’t pick up the phone nearly as often as I should, I’m so thankful that Kolby has remained such a dear friend. I so wish we lived closer, but it just makes the few visits we do get that much more special.
Kevin and Cheri were truly my second parents growing up, and their marriage was the one I most admired. Their home was always open to me. Their backyard had a trampoline *and* a swing set, and most importantly, their fridge was always stocked with Dr. Pepper and Kool-Aid. :) I never feel as home as I do in that pineapple-stenciled kitchen! These 5 faces- These people are my childhood. <3
Pops and Cee-Cee with the six luckiest grandchildren in the world.
These giiiiiiirls! <3
Thank you for totally making this photo, Lilly! <3
Conways, I love you all more than I could ever express. Hope to do it again this year!!! :)