Sunday, October 31, 2010

Baby Quilt: Little Golden Books

I recently had a pregnant, soon-to-be-mama see my pillows for sale in Helix ( in downtown Athens, Ga.) and bought one for her nursery. She also ordered a custom baby quilt for the room as well. I used red and brown fabrics to coordinate with the really cute Little Golden Books fabric. It even has the Saggy Baggy Elephant on it! It looks like her daughter is having fun playing on it!

Best Halloween Costume Ever!

I could not stop laughing when I saw what my brother came up with for his Halloween costume this year... a Travelocity gnome! He just may be the tallest gnome of all time measuring in at 6 feet 4 inches!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Sneak Peek: Christina and Justin's Wedding

Christina and Justin were such a fun couple to photograph during their wedding at the State Botanical Gardens in Athens, Georgia. The location was special to them because they had their prom together back in high school in the same conservatory where their reception was held. So sweet! Christina was an elegant bride in her lace gown and Justin just may be the funniest groom I've worked with to date. He definitely had the craziest dance moves!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Sneak Peek: Erin and Charlie's Wedding

Erin and Charlie were married on a beautiful family farm in Rome, Georgia. The reception site was one of the most interesting locations I'd ever been to. It was a renovated barn with all kinds of antique farming equipment, signs, and folk art on the walls. It made a really cool backdrop for the evening's events. The table decorations were lovingly handcrafted by the bride's mother out of old barn wood and antique trimmings. The weather was perfect, the food was out of this world, and the happy couple was just as they should be... happy to be marrying the love of their life. Congratulations Erin and Charlie!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Sneak Peek: Christina's Bridal Portraits

It was really fun to photograph Christina at the Botanical Gardens Conservatory in Athens, despite the dreary weather that day. We had arranged for a portrait session outside on the University of Georgia campus, but the all-day long showers of rain caused us to move elsewhere. The conservatory turned out to be a perfect location. The light was beautiful coming through the glass windows and it was meaningful since this was where her wedding reception was going to be located. I think Christina was a real trooper and totally rocked the photo shoot in her vintage gown.