Melissa & Harrison :: Anniston, AL

We often hear couples reflect on their wedding day as a "blur". It's hard to remember all of the beautiful details if they aren't on film. Your wedding day is a once in a lifetime experience, and we know you want to remember every second! The look in your husband's eyes when he saw you for the first time in your wedding gown. Seeing your bride walk down the aisle toward you. Your family and friends looking on with love during your first dance. These are the moments you'll want to relive - again and again! 

We consider it an honor every time we get the opportunity to capture a couple's love story. Being invited into the Foster's sacred day was truly a privilege and a JOY! Melissa & Harrison pledged their love and lives to one another on February 3, 2018. Their ceremony was held at Golden Springs Baptist Church in Anniston, AL, and the reception was at the Anniston Country Club.

Watching the way Melissa & Harrison love each other - and everyone around them - was a beautiful thing to behold. It’s rare to see two people that love so well (and are loved so completely)! We feel blessed to have gotten to know them, their friends, and their family!

Mr. & Mrs. Foster - we hope you feel the LOVE and JOY you experienced on your wedding day each and every time you watch this video. Congratulations again!

Hannah & Richard :: Camp Sumatanga (Gallant, AL)

May 7th was one of those perfect days… blue skies, sunshine, a gentle breeze and unseasonably cool temperatures for springtime in Alabama. I guess when you’ve been waiting 7 years to marry the love of your life, God gives you a perfect wedding day.

Hannah and Richard met when they were in the 5th grade. They became best friends in middle school, and continued to grow closer as they grew up. They went to school together, and worked together in the summers at Camp Sumatanga. Then suddenly something changed. Their friendship evolved into something more, and their freshman year of high school, they became a couple.

Now both in college at Auburn University, they look back at Camp Sumatanga as “their place”. In Hannah’s words “everything happened for us at Camp”. This is the place their love story began… and so it only made sense that this would be the place they would begin their life together as husband and wife!

It was so sweet to see Hannah's mom & grandmother helping her get ready. We love this shot of their hands and rings together... 3 generations of "Happily Ever Afters"! 

Before she had her “first look” with Richard, Hannah chose to have special moment with the first man in her life, her Daddy.

Then it was time to head down to the lake to her waiting groom! They were so happy to finally see each other, and ready to say "I Do!" 

Hannah and Richard had such a beautiful wedding party. She was thrilled to see how everything she’d planned so carefully came together… from the gorgeous sage green dresses on her bridesmaids, to the suspenders and matching bowties (handmade by a groomsman) on the fellas!

This couple had plenty of family there to celebrate with them. You can see there’s a LOT of love on both sides for the new Mr. & Mrs.!

They said their vows by the lake at sunset. Hannah’s aunt officiated the ceremony, which added such a special touch.

Once they said, “I Do!” and Richard kissed his bride, it was time to party! And let me tell you - this crew knows how to party! 

The guests danced ‘till they were about to drop (and we might have danced a little while we shot too! It’s hard to stand still when everyone is having such a great time! Especially when “Ice Ice Baby” comes on!)

As the evening wound down, the bride and groom got ready for their getaway! They exited their wedding in the middle of a huge group of family and friends… cheering them on as they began their Happily Ever After! 

Congratulations Hannah & Richard! We wish you so much love and happiness. Thank you for letting us be a part of the “BEST DAY EVER!”

Breeanna & Buddy :: Tannehill State Park (McCalla, AL)

Valentine's Day is a time when we celebrate love around the world... so what better day to pledge your life to the one you love? Breeanna and Buddy Moore said "I Do" on February 14th in a little white church, deep in the woods of Tannehill State Park.

This historic venue has more than 1,500 wooded acres and so many beautiful places to shoot photos! The bride and her bridesmaids got ready inside one of the many cozy log cabins. Then we ventured out to the waterfall and nearby woods to capture some bridal portraits and bridal party shots.

The bride and groom decided not to see each other before the ceremony, so we spent the morning shooting the bridal party separately on opposite ends of the property. The groom and his groomsmen had a great time with us - cracking jokes between every shot!

One thing that was very important to Breeanna, was to have a "first look" with her father. We were honored to photograph such an intimate moment. The joy in her daddy's eyes was unmistakable when he saw his little girl for the very first time in her wedding dress! He couldn't stop telling her how beautiful she was!

Bree and Buddy exchanged vows in an intimate ceremony inside this lovely little chapel in the woods. This church was originally build in 1905. I couldn't help but wonder how many other couples have gotten married here in the last 111 years! These walls have seen a lot of love, of that I'm sure.


Breeanna's grandfather passed away a few years ago, so to make sure he was still a part of her wedding day she had the minister preach from his old, worn Bible. It added such a special element to their ceremony!

As the newlyweds left the church, the warm afternoon sun had just started to set. We were able to capture these beautiful images of the happy couple in their first few moments of wedding bliss before they headed off to celebrate with family and friends at their reception. 


Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Buddy Moore! We wish you many Happy Valentine Anniversaries to come!