Torie is a pastry chef and likes the “different and unique” but is still a southern girl at heart! So we decided to split her bridal portrait session into two parts. Part 1 at an art gallery in downtown Roswell (Muse & Co. | Fine Art http://www.musecofineart.com/), and Part 2 at an old southern plantation home (Bulloch Hall http://www.bullochhall.org/)! The results were gorgeous! Enjoy!View / Edit Comments
Have I mentioned that I’m really behind on blogging? Well I am. In fact, I’m horrible at it. I am completely up to date on Facebook…I post sneak peeks of all of my sessions and weddings within 48 hours after shooting them, but for some reason I have a hard time keeping up with the blog. I posted the following on FB “Who wants to be next that I haven’t blogged yet?? First bride or groom to comment here…you’re it! Getting back on this blogging train!!” and well…Katy responded with “Ours! LOL” So…it’s been over a year since her wedding…but…here it is! Maybe consider it an anniversary post?? :-P Katy is a super sweet friend of mine that I met through church. For 2 years we were able to “do life together” and enjoy the pleasures of becoming intimately involved in each other’s lives through our single women’s small group. And now…we are both MARRIED women! It was such a blessing to capture this sweet friend’s wedding day! Enjoy!View / Edit Comments
Kristen and Rian had planned to shoot their engagement session at their family mountain home, but when it ended up booked for the weekend, we had to come up with plan B. Our Plan B turned into a two part adventure. We met at the Cumming Fair at 10am (because on this day, you got in for free AND got free rides from 10-11! Woo hoo!) and had a blast wandering around the fairgrounds taking some fun pictures. Then we decided to relax a bit with some romantic images in the country. Sometimes my favorite sessions end up being from random stops on the road, and this one was no different! We left the fair and headed down the street and happened across this gem of a property! We hopped out, braved scary barking dogs to ask the owners if we could shoot there, and captured some gorgeous images! Spontaneity at its finest! Enjoy the images! Can’t wait to shoot your wedding next year guys!!
Stephanie and Mark’s wedding was extra special for me. Why…because Stephanie and I have known each other since high school! Yep…we met 17 years ago! (Wait! How did I get to be 32 again? HS seems like it was just yesterday!) Stephanie and I both played flute in the marching band! She and Mark also met in HS and got engaged after 12 years of dating!! All of their friends and family were more than excited to see this wedding day come to life! One of my favorite things about Stephanie’s wedding is that she incorporated a slight “Alice in Wonderland” theme into her day…check out their images below and see what all you can pick out! Thank you so much for having me guys! It was a real honor to get to capture your day for such longtime friends!1 Comment »
I am so so super (like I want to go celebrate with a big bowl of moose tracks ice cream and maybe even a party hat) excited to announce to you that BerryTree Photography is expanding to encompass Greenville, SC, Asheville, NC and Charlotte, NC as part of our wedding collections. What does this mean? Weddings in these locations will no longer incur travel fees! I am currently working on branching out to local vendors and planners in these areas to let them know about my new service offerings, but if you happen to know anyone in these areas that is engaged, I would LOVE if you would pass along the information! This is such an exciting time for BerryTree Photography…thank you for the ongoing and continued support!!1 Comment »
I don’t often do events other than weddings, but Sarah from Chancey Charm event planning asked me (ever so nicely) to come shoot this over the top 50th birthday party! I LOVE working with Chancey Charm so of course I jumped on the opportunity! I hope you enjoy these few images…I wish I could have stayed for the party…looked like a blast!!
This my friends was one of my favorite engagement sessions of all year! Aram and Hunter trusted me with their photos, we had remarkable, gorgeous light that evening, and Emory University provided the perfect backdrop for some incredible images!! I hope you love these as much as I do!
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Izak and Nadia both moved here from South Africa…she in 2000 and he in 2001. Izak is the country mouse, and Nadia the city mouse. When Izak arrived in the US, Nadia was asked to show him around town and the rest is history! I just loved this wedding! Not only did Nadia and Izak create so many of the lovely details themselves (including the STUNNING backdrop to get married in front of) they encorporated a bunch of little South African touches as well including signs with Aafricans, protea (the national flower of South Africa), his mother’s amazing South African dessert, a crazy crowd roaring speech, and a rugby ball to toss the garter! Such a fun wedding that I’ll never forget! Enjoy!
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John and Courtney are SUCH a sweet couple and I had a blast shooting with them at one of my favorites…Berry College! They have so much fun together and I loved capturing the sweet (and silly) looks they give each other! Can’t wait to photograph their wedding this year! Enjoy!
I don’t even know where to begin with this post! Erin and I hit it off from the moment we met! Ering, being a photographer her self spent a lot of time researching to find the right photographer for her wedding…and I’m SO glad she found me! Not only did Erin plan and have an amazing wedding, she has become a dear friend to me! Her wedding was amazing…which is evident from the below. I couldn’t even start to choose which images to share with you and I didn’t want you to miss any of the awesome details…so this might be the longest post ever! I’ll try to add some comments along the way to help explain all of the awesomeness! Enjoy! P.S. ~ Thanks to the innkeeper, Cheryl, at Madison Oaks for always being fabulous! And my amazing friend Aimee Reynolds for helping me shoot this wedding!
custom made vow box with handwritten vows…awesome!
I could take pictures of Erin all day long…you are gorgeous girl!
super sweet first look! Love these moments!
handmade cufflinks – <3 U Scrabble letters!
Erin’s Grandmother was named Gussie…so we had to use this cute shop for a few fun images!
Erin’s maiden name is Burney…when we saw this street sign we just had to stop!
Madison Oaks…ahh…love this amazing place!Erin’s dress was custom made…can we say gorgeous? And I love this camera detail as well…of course!
Erin and Kyle hand built and wood burned personalized benches for the ceremony…amazing!
Erin and Kyle did a foot washing during their ceremony…so special!
the details of this wedding were incredible! Keep scrolling…forever…
Each table had a pendant with a name of a local GA landmark…this Turner Field/Atlanta Braves one was my favorite!
Erin’s dad custom built this lemonade stand! Serious talent in this family!!
we had to sneak away for a few sunset pictures right before the party began!
a bike exit…why of course! The cuteness just continues!
Canonball!! These two are awesome!!!