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Historic Savannah Wedding With Mariachi

After photographing nearly 300 weddings over the past 10 years, before 2019, we had never had a wedding with a mariachi band. This year that changed. Just 9 weddings into 2019, we’ve already had 2 super fun weddings that included mariachi. Nancy and Jonathan are such a sweet couple and after just a few minutes with them you can easily see how much they adore one another. They chose to be married at Wesley Monumental United Methodist Church where Rev. Felipe Ricardo presided over the ceremony. Guests lined the stairs as the newlyweds exited the church to the sounds of the band Mariachi Mexico 2000. We boarded the trolley for a quick ride over to Forsyth Park where we strolled around and captured some gorgeous and fun photos.

Nancy and Jonathan joined their family and guests at The Charles Morris Center where they celebrated into the night.

Congratulations Nancy and Jonathan. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your love story.

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Forsyth Park & Savannah Station Wedding

Forsyth Park is one of the most iconic and beautiful locations for a Savannah wedding. As often as I photograph sessions in the park it’s really surprising that I have only photographed a handful of weddings at the fountain. This past weekend I had the honor of documenting Sheila and Parker’s Savannah wedding at the beautiful Forsyth Park fountain. We met the guys for some fun photos at The Westin Savannah Harbor before heading to the park for their ceremony.

After the ceremony we strolled around capturing some fun moments with them and their wedding party. The reception was held at Savannah Station where they celebrated into the night with family and friends. After a quick glow stick exit Sheila and Parker climbed into the Green Moose for their get away.

Congratulations to Sheila and Parker. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your wedding day.

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Cathedral of St. John the Baptist Wedding

As most couples plan their wedding day often a lot of focus is given to making sure everyone has a great time. Melissa and Sebastien planned their wedding day to be relaxed but to also optimize their time celebrating with family and friends. Since their ceremony was scheduled for 7:30 pm they chose to have a First Look so most of their portraits and the wedding party photos could be done while there was plenty of beautiful light outside and then after the ceremony they could go straight to the reception.

The ceremony was held at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, which is one of the most beautiful churches in Savannah. It was a very special part of the day because Melissa’s parents were married in the Cathedral by the same priest that officiated their ceremony. Following the service everyone headed down Liberty Street to The Knights of Columbus for the reception, where DJ James had the dance floor jumping all night!

Congratulations Melissa and Sebastien. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your wedding day.

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Fun Romantic Mackey House Wedding

What do you get when you mix a good looking couple with a bunch of soccer players, a few air traffic controllers, and guests from all over the map? One heck of a good time! Christina and Iko chose the Mackey House for their Savannah destination wedding. It was a great balance of romance and fun, that highlighted their love beautifully. Their friends and family lamented how the duo added balance to one another’s life and their wedding day was a great representation of that balance.

Christina and the ladies got ready at in downtown, while Iko and the guys got ready in the man cave at The Mackey House. The flower girl nearly stole the show as she zoomed down the aisle in a bubble blowing remote control car, but Christina and Iko nearly had everyone in tears as they read their heartfelt vows to one another. The party moved to the deck where DJ Cesar kept the dance floor jumping throughout the night.

Congratulations Christina and Iko! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your love story.

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Winter Marshall House Wedding

A wedding day is about love. It’s the start of a new chapter in your love story and it  should be a day that reflects you. It doesn’t matter if you have 20 guests or 120, what matters is  that you take the time to celebrate with those you love. Candice and Ken chose to have their Savannah wedding at the Marshall House and 45 Bistro.We met a couple of hours before the ceremony for their first look. You could see the love and joy on their faces as their eyes met. We strolled around Oglethorpe Square capturing some beautiful photos before returning to the Marshall House. Ken’s cousin, David, officiated the sweet ceremony and then Candice and Ken were joined by their family and friends for a joyous celebration.

Congratulations Candice and Ken! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your day.

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