Category Archives: Weddings

walk of frame: wendy + kyle’s phoenix wedding at the royal palms

We’d never done a double-header on opposite sides of the country before. But, we’d also never had a dear friend and dear cousin get married two days in a row. After shooting in Savannah last Saturday, we hopped on a plane very early Sunday morning to bop our way over to Phoenix. Wendy + Kyle had […]

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walk of frame: elizabeth + ty’s destination wedding at the wyld in savannah

It isn’t everyday you get to photograph your dear friend. Especially not every day that the wedding happens on a dock in Savannah, Georgia. Elizabeth + Ty’s day was the most lighthearted, tear-filled day you could ever imagine. We can’t wait to share more from their celebrations with you soon. The Dress. The Duo. The […]

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walk of frame: brianna + ryan’s country chic wedding in wisconsin

These little previews have become our absolute fave. We’d like to give you a glimpse of: Brianna + Ryan.  Their day was filled with sunshine. A family farm. And the sexiest sunset you ever did see. You’ll be seeing a lot more of them here. Very soon. The Bride[‘s Booty]. The Groom[‘s pocket watch]. The Newlyweds. […]

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white magazine : los angeles summer editorial with margaret + corey

There’s a mag that we love oh-so very much, and it is called White Magazine. Based in Australia, this is a print publication that focuses on so much more than just a couples’ wedding day. We’ve gotten to shoot stories for them a few times, like this editorial last year with Margaret + Corey, very rad LA […]

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walk of frame: gretchen + john’s aspen, colorado wedding at the pine creek cookhouse

We’ve just returned from “some place warm, a place where the beer flows like wine, where beautiful women instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano. I’m talking about a little place called Aspen.” And it was magic beyond belief, I can assure you. Here is Gretchen + John’s Walk of Frame. (AKA, their preview post!) The […]

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