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Fall Wedding at the Kimpton Brice Savannah

They say it’s good luck for it to rain on your wedding day. Now  I’m not sure how many brides feel that way in the moment, but stories abound from different cultures around the world celebrating rain. From signifying that you will have children to the idea of renewal and starting your married life cleansed almost all versions of this superstition mean good luck.

Alyssa and Michael took it all in stride as Mother Nature forced a change of plans for their outdoor destination wedding. The team at The Brice did an amazing job as they moved the ceremony inside. 

No matter the weather Alyssa and Michael celebrated their love and joy with friends and family as they danced the night away. We even managed to get a photo of the two of them out in the courtyard during a break in the rain.

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

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Forsyth Park and Soho South Wedding

It’s hard to top Forsyth Park when it comes to a truly “Savannah” location for your wedding. Whether it’s just the two of you and an officiant or you’ve got 200 guests, Forsyth Park can accommodate your wedding. It was the perfect venue for Tiffany and Tyson’s elegant Savannah wedding.

After they exchanged vows we strolled around the park to capture some gorgeous photos as Tiffany and Tyson shared in these  first moments as husband and wife.

The reception was held at Soho South Cafe where they shared in some good food, big laughs, and lots of love and fellowship with family and friends.

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Hope, Love, and Joy

There’s a terrible old saying heard in newsrooms all over- “if it bleeds, it leads.” It seems most every news station and headline sadly leads with tragedy. Our social media feeds are filled with thoughts, prayers, well wishes, anger, and sadness. As I recently viewed news and current events, I couldn’t help but think of photojournalists working to keep us informed. After all, it was my job for 14 years. Fortunately, I never had to cover the aftermath of  a mass shooting, but I did cover plenty of senseless acts of violence. I’ve visited with grieving families, mere hours after losing a loved one. I’ve documented candlelight vigils, memorial services, and more funerals than I would like to remember. The one thing that I remember most is the feeling of hopelessness and despair in these moments. A dark cloud of grief had filled the room, and it had sucked the joy and hope from the people in it. Worst of all, the one thing that’s needed most in those tragic moments, is the one thing we rarely get a chance to document. Hope.

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