The last wedding of the year is always a little bittersweet. I mean while I absolutely love getting the chance to shoot weddings, its always nice to get to take my creative batteries out and set them back on the charger in preparation for the Christmas season, and the start of the new year.
Whitley and Corey’s wedding was one of those great ones to end out on. Something simple, innocent, and beautiful. No bridal party drama, no stressed out timelines, no over the top decor. It was just about Whitley and Corey, their love for each other, and the beauty of the outdoors. With just their immediate family present, some simple but elegant details, and the beautiful backdrop of their rustic backyard, it was a beautiful way to start their new life together.
Thanks so much for having me guys! I had a blast!
Cake: Cakes by Shirley
Dress: Pendelton Bridal
Add this one to the list of proof that I get to work with some of the coolest people ever born.
When Whitney and Allen invited me out to Nashville, Tennessee to shoot their engagement session naturally I was pretty excited. I mean even though I really am not a big fan of country music, I’m a big fan of music in general, and I’ve heard awesome things about Nashville. I mean if you can create a full TV series based on one city, it’s gotta have a lot of stuff to do right?
Three bottles of wine, one flat tire, and six locations later, I think we got to experience as much of the city as humanly possible in a 24-hour period. Downtown Honky Tonk Bars, a Giant Convention Center, the iconic city skyline, dozens of cowboy hat stores, a famous recording studio, a local winery, and one awesome pizza shop. Wow, what a weekend!
Starting off with a little vino… not a bad idea!
Thank you guys so much for having us out there for such a fun weekend! We had a BLAST! Cannot wait for the wedding next year!