Thursday, October 30, 2008

Becky + Joey

Hey guys and gals! Molly here!
Becky and Joey got married at the beautiful First United Methodist Church in Thomasville, GA. These guys were so cute. The bridal party was HUGE, but everyone had great personalities. Also, once again, we were lucky to have great families to work with. We really do get lucky to have such sweet families lately.

Joey's parents get ready. The moms were like super moms!

With these rings...

Told you the bridal party was big!

Mother/son/father/daughter dance...

First dance..

The getaway was great, and Becky was ready to catch some Z's on the way to the after-after party.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Tanner and Ginny's e-session sneak peek

Here is a sneak peek of Tanner and Ginny's engagement session. I'll post more as I finish them.

The Potter Family

Hey Everyone!  Cristina here. I just wanted to blog a few things. Sorry, that I haven't blogged much lately. I've been trying to plan my wedding. I'll be getting married in 16 days. All I have to say is that I don't ever want to get married again.  Wedding planning is tough and expensive.   The courthouse is looking better and better. Just kidding :)   Anyway. Here's a few pic from a family session with the Potter family. The Potter family and I go to church together. They are really a sweet family.  They were up to anything during the shoot. Their little girl Emily had some really great ideas for pictures. She should take up photography or directing. Logan, their son is so sweet. He actually hugs his sister. When I have kids, I definitely hope they get along in public the Potter kids.  Thanks Richard, Lori, Logan and Emily!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Kristin + Clay

(Hold your horses! This is gonna' be a LOOONNNG post.)
Kristin and Clay were married at the beautiful Coalson Plantation in Thomasville, Georgia.
The whole day was gorgeous! What I loved about this wedding was the sense of family. Both Kristin and Clay's families were so involved and so happy! Any believe us, we love happy helpful families. Anyway, Cristina spent the morning with the ladies getting ready, and I spent the morning with guns...I mean guys. =D. What better way to start out your wedding day by shooting something ? The guys shot skeet, and were actually very good!

Clay's dad kept me entertained while the guys showered after the shoot.

Does this look familiar? (blog header) Cristina and I fell in love with the wallpaper at the plantation.

Kristin and Clay opted to see each other before the ceremony (which we love).
This was right before the first sight.

The first sight!

There was a mirror in the courtyard, so we decided to have some mirror fun!

I love this photo. You would never know what decade it was taken in.

Kristin's family enjoyed playing games while waiting on the big moment.

So did the other guests!

And on to the ceremony...

See what I mean about the families? These proud daddy moments are always great.

Through the porthole.

Kristin's little brother had a moment, it was mixed laughter and tears. SO SWEET!

LOVED the flower girls!

Because they were so cute.

Well, you know me and ring shots.

They gave away rock the candy bar (best kind of bar)...yummm.

Clay's sister sang a beautiful song for the first dance.