Marietta Pavillion Wedding: Jordan and Chris

One thing I love about my job is spending time with my couples. There’s a stigma out there that photographers just show up the day of the wedding, snap a few photos and then they are done. That’s far from the truth, especially with me. I take the time to get to know my couples and their love story. This connection is necessary if I really want to showcase their personalities and love for one another through my images.

With Jordan and Chris I was lucky – they booked me well in advance so I had a little over a year to get to know them. But I didn’t just spend time with them. Their families were very involved with the wedding allowing me the opportunity to connect with everyone. There were a number of times I went to Jordan’s parents house for meetings and felt right at home – like when her mom baked me cookies and showed me the new bathroom renovations!

The time spent together spilled over into the wedding and instead of being just the photographer, I felt like a part of the family. It’s this connection that helps me anticipate moments where I can capture the depth of emotion in a look since I know the meaning behind it.

I loved Jordan and Chris’s wedding. The two had so many loved ones there to celebrate with them. This was clear not only through the size of the bridal party but also with the friends involved in the ceremony, those that traveled from England and spent a few weeks with the couple, and the fact that Jordan’s bridesmaids all jumped at the chance to do a flash mob during the reception when Jordan mentioned it.


{Coordinator: Suzanne Cagel} {Ceremony and Reception Location: Sandy Springs Christian Church &  The Pavillion } {Salon: Three-13}
{Wedding Dress: Oleg Cassini} {Mens Formalwear: Savvi Formal} {Bridesmaids Dresses: Bridals by Lori}  {Reception Entertainment: Complete Music}
{Floral: Flowers of Marietta} {Associate Photographer: Evie} {Cake: Cake Shoppe}

Jeanine - Oh Jessica… you truly captured it. Just beautiful!!!

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