Weddings are such a special time, a once in a lifetime event for a couple and proper documentation of this event is crucial. Photographing weddings can be hectic but I have been blessed with the most kind and cooperative couples whom I equally want to put at ease. In this post, I want to highlight the Kara and Trevor wedding shot this spring.
Growing up in a suburb of Birmingham, Al was a far sight removed from rural Middle TN. However, I would not give up the “country” life for anything as I have fallen in love with the rural landscape and slowed down pace of everything. The weddings locally often have this timeless feel, incorporating the atmosphere of the surrounding into the event. Though I have shot weddings in downtown Atlanta and downtown New Orleans which were elegant and extravagant, the most memorable have been around here. From farm weddings to cave weddings, the uniqueness of each is memorable. The wedding of Kara and Trevor had a feel of rural surroundings, complete with the improvised dance in the barn due to the heavy spring rains that came post ceremony. Interestingly, I learned from the wedding party that it is good luck if it rains on your wedding. Great news for the new couple!
Below, I will give a sampling from the Kara and Trevor wedding as I walk you pictorially through the events of the day. Enjoy!
The rest of the album can be viewed HERE