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Forsyth Park and Gingerbread House Wedding

Nothing says “Savannah” like it’s beautiful parks and historic homes. Brianna and Todd chose the best of both for the destination wedding. They got ready at the Gingerbread House before boarding a trolley to Forsyth Park for the ceremony. 

They exchanged vows under a chuppah during an intimate ceremony in front of the fountain. After capturing some fun and gorgeous photos they headed back to the Gingerbread House to celebrate with family and friends.

 

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Forsyth Park and The Whitman Wedding

Throughout most of my time living in Savannah, hurricanes have not been a major threat. Over the past few years that has changed. Last week we all watched and waited as Hurricane Dorian slowly headed toward the US. Thankfully the monster storm turned and headed to the north, staying well off our beautiful coast. I’m sure it caused plenty of tense moments for couples who had planned for months to have their wedding in areas that were being evacuated. 

Plamena and Justin had been planning their destination wedding for over a year. Family and friends would be flying in from near and far to celebrate with them. As the sun rose Saturday morning you couldn’t even imagine that just days before Savannah was a ghost town. The weather was absolutely gorgeous and Plamena and Justin’s day was so amazing.

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Our Journey to Financial Peace

Money. This simple 5 letter word stirs all kinds of feelings and emotions. It’s on everyone’s mind, yet no one wants to talk about it.

Stress, anxiety, and disagreements can all be traced to money issues, both at home and in business. In fact, money problems are one of the top reasons for divorce and business failure. So why is it that we don’t take more time to discuss something that is so important?

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Tybee Beach and The Grand View Wedding

Weddings are such a joy! Family and friends will travel long distances to show their love and support. For Stefanie and Zach that meant guests making the trip from Germany all the way to beautiful Tybee Island. 

The ceremony was held on the beach at the south end of the island. The skies threatened rain, but Mother Nature made sure it stayed away. After the ceremony we captured some fun photos on the beach and at the lighthouse  before heading to the reception at The Grand View.

Stefanie and Zach surprised their guests with a choreographed first dance. After dinner family and friends returned the favor and performed a special dance for the couple.

It was a beautiful and joyous celebration. Congratulation Stefanie and Zach! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your day.

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Be Present and Experience Life

As guests entered the wedding, a sign requesting they turn off cell phones, cameras, and other devices welcomed them to the unplugged ceremony. When the bride made her grand entrance, all of the guests stood up and cell phones came out from every corner. As she made her way down the aisle, two guests stepped to the center behind her for a better shot, temporarily blocking my view as well as the videographer’s.

Every so often, I see posts and blogs from wedding photographers about how inconsiderate guests can be at weddings. One went viral not too long ago and was all over social media. However, I learned long ago that this has simply become part of the modern times, and it’s my job as a professional to honestly document events as they happen. Sometimes that may even mean a few photos have cell phones in them.

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