Mitch and Kellie

"You are my today and all of my tomorrows" - Leo Christopher

Kellie was the most beautiful bride on her wedding day!  She gave me one challenge and told me that it was a photograph I wouldn't be able to get.  I was to capture a photo of her dad smiling at her.  Little did she know, it was probably the easiest challenge I've ever been given because her father was smiling from ear to ear the entire day!  Mitch was pretty smitten too!  Mitch and Kellie, here are some of my favorites from your wedding at Jump Off Rock!  

Anthony and Brittany

"It's your love, It just does something to me.  It sends a shock right through me.  I can't get enough.  And if you wonder, about the spell I'm under.  Oh it's your love" - Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

Anthony and Brittany said their "I Dos" at the Rutherfordton Club House in Rutherfordton, NC.   Brittany's dress was absolutely beautiful, and the smile on Anthony's face just says it all!  Love!  

Brian and Jessica

"And I'd choose you; in a hundred lifetimes, in a hundred worlds, in any version of reality, I'd find you and I'd choose you." - The Chaos of Stars

Brian and Jessica exchanged their vows during an intimate ceremony at Jump Off Rock in Laurel Park, North Carolina followed by a larger reception with all their family and friends at the Etowah Valley Golf Club & Lodge.  It was a gorgeous day and a beautiful wedding for this sweet couple!  

Trent and Ashley

I am so grateful to both Trent and Ashley for giving me the chance to capture their perfect day, celebrating their love among friends and family.  It's hard to put a finger on what was the most special part of this wedding for me.  Perhaps the fact that I have known Ashley since she was born, reminiscing about the day her mom told my mother and I she was pregnant, and remembering the days when I would babysit her and her sister Amber.  Maybe it was seeing the love between three sisters, all ready to start this new adventure in their lives but wanting to hold on to this incredible bond I've had the privilege of witnessing over the years.  It could have been standing with the bride's father after the rehearsal as we stood watching Ashley in the barn, asking if he was ready for all this and listening to his sweet remarks of his baby girl.  Possibly it was the groom and seeing his face that moment the doors opened up and Ashley appeared in her beautiful dress.  Or it may have been the dance between a mother and her three beautiful daughters that had me wiping away my tears til the very end.  I'm pretty sure it was all of this and everything in between.  It was an honor to be apart of your wedding and Ashley, I'm so happy you found the mountain man of your dreams!