We found ourselves feeling as though we had stepped into a Norman Rockwell painting, watching as golden light broke through the trees and fell softly on the rye grass in the field, all while two preciously-in-love people shared a kiss in the front seats of a vintage white Chevrolet Truck.
Living in the South, southern hospitality is a way of life, and I think that’s what makes my business different! This Alabama videographer loves the thought of welcoming each of her clients with a warm and inviting experience!
As the sun was setting the most stunning orange-pink color, sweet Taylor was walking down the aisle with the biggest smile on her face. Her groom, Nathan, anxiously waited at the front of the aisle to see her, asking his Dad “Can I look yet??”
Teshua Farms Pumpkin Patch- Westover, AL Is it really fall if you don’t visit the pumkin patch?? There is the cutest little patch over in Westover, AL (near Chelsea!) called Teshua Farms. It’s owned and operated by the sweetest family on their private farmland. Since my parents, (Miss B’s Nonnie & Papa J) live in […]
Sunset ceremonies are always gorgeous, but when you have a couple that shares their hearts as sweetly and eloquently as these two did, it makes for an even more gorgeous sight! Mathews Manor’s Micah’s Meadow provided the perfect backdrop for this stunning ceremony.
Hearing the beginning of these two’s love story is a lot like opening the pages of a crisp new Nicholas Sparks’ book and reading about a sweet southern romance..It involves two naturally good looking people (both totally unaware of how gorgeous they are) meeting in a crowded place with rain falling down around them. One look, and they were hooked. Ol’ Nicky couldn’t have written it better himself, in my opinion.
It’s no secret that a sunset ceremony looking out over a gorgeous lake makes for the most romantic place to say I do. Flagstone Farm in Vance, Alabama (near Tuscaloosa) has the most spectacular views, and was the perfect place for Mallory & Trey’s vows.
After 7 years and numerous roles as bridesmaid and groomsman, it was Maegan & Jake’s turn to be the one in white & a tux- saying I do in front of family & friends at the gorgeous historic Cloverdale Baptist Church.
From the ancient oak trees, reaching out over sandy beach pathways, to the slow, restorative and utterly romantic pace you can’t help but adopt the minute you step foot in Charleston…it makes time stand still, and a love story that much more romantic.
It all started when these two southern sweethearts met freshman year of high school and began dating their sophomore year. After being best friends for a while, they started dating. They’ve been together for 7 years!