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I am excited to share the wedding day of Kim and Randy. Their day began at the Marmaduke House on Ogelthorpe Avenue. This spacious period home provided plenty of natural light for the couple’s getting ready photos. Kim and Randy chose the Whitefield Chapel at the Bethesda School for Boys as their ceremony location. Perfectly situated near The Moon River, the property is known for its historic chapel and majestic tree lined entrance. The Chapel is timeless and can be easily personalized. Kim and Randy had a double ring ceremony with Reverend Steven Schulte and Randy now wears  his grandfather’s wedding ring as his own. The Reception at 10 Downing was decorated with family photos that were placed on one of the mantels.  Kim’s grandparents were avid gardeners, so she used their canning jars at the reception to hold adorable wildflower bouquets. Kim and Randy are two of the nicest people we have ever met and we were so honored to spend the day with  them and their family.  The rain even held off so we were able to take scenic shots at Bethesda and then guests were able to use the new Blush photo booth out on Churchill’s roof terrace.

 Details: Color Palette: Aqua blue with hints of fuschiaGuests: 75Planning time: Approximately one year Wedding Location: Whitefield Chapel at the Bethesda School for Boys /Officiant: Reverend Schulte /Reception: 10 Downing at Churchill’s Pub /Flowers: Innecken’s Floral Center /Cake: Gigi’s Cupcakes /Wedding Gown: J. Crew /Bridesmaids Dresses: Ann Taylor /Groom and Groomsmen Apparel and Accessories: Jos A. Banks /Hair and Make-up: Barbara’s Salon and Spa /Trolley: Ogelthorpe Trolley Tours /
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Tristen and Chris were recently engaged at the top of the Tybee Lighthouse. They chose to have their session around the Forsyth Park area. We began at the Forsyth Fountain and then circulated around the park. The couple looks forward to their wedding which will take place after Chris returns from deployment.

 

 

 

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Lindsay and Richard contacted me a while ago to plan their engagement session. Early in the planning phase,  I learned that the couple was very different in their goals for the session. Richard is an Officer in the Army and he liked the idea of incorporating nature into the session. Lindsey in an Architect so it was also important for her to  incorporate some of the historical areas of Savannah into the session.  We met early in the morning at Wormsloe and the couple even brought along adorable props for their session to give it a stylized county picnic theme.  After finishing up at Wormsloe, we took a break then met before sunset at Factor’s walk where we took additional photos in the Bay and River Street area until the sunset.

 

 


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Kristina and Alex had a lovely Fall wedding in one of Savannah’s most charming squares. The forecast predicted heavy thundershowers, but it never ended up raining  so we were able to take tons of photos. We began with the couple’s first look on the roof top of Avia Hotel.  The Bridal Party arrived by horse and carriage to the wedding ceremony which took place in Washington Square.  Additional portraits of the bride and groom were taken on Jones Street and then photos of the wedding party were taken in Orleans Square and on Factor’s Walk.  Guests enjoyed a cocktail hour followed by dinner, dancing and music at Vic’s on The River.

 

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I met Kelli & Jordan over by the Tybee Pier & Pavilion for their Engagement Session. We then took photos near the lifeguard station and on both sides of the Pier. They live in Middle GA and were vacationing in Savannah for a few weeks of fun in the sun. They just got engaged and I’m so excited for them. Congratulations and Happy Wedding Planning!

 

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