Thursday, November 3, 2011

Jon and Ashley

Hey friends! I have another wedding to show you. I had a VERY busy October, which is why I've been posting so many photos lately. For this particular wedding, I was a second shooter with Heather. Usually if I'm second shooter, I am there for 2-3 hours, but for this one I was there for 10. read that right. It was an incredibly long day, but it was also a lot of fun!

Ashley is actually the daughter of one of my co-workers, Morris. He is the staff photographer at Union, so I've known him since I got started shooting as a student photographer. The best way to describe him is to say that he is a hoot! His daughter is just as fun and boisterous as he is, so it made for a day filled with laughter. Weddings are always more fun to shoot when the people around you are pleasant to be around. This was one of those weddings for sure!

Would you look at that boy's hair?! He was so cute, I couldn't handle it. I just wanted to scoop him up and take him home with me! This wedding was at a place called Green Frog Village, which is a collection of historical buildings and's hard to explain. You can learn more about it on their website. It's actually a hidden gem in West Tennessee if you ask me! It made for a gorgeous place for a wedding.

The violin music was really set the mood. I also loved the bridesmaid dresses and the red flowers. She used the same red flowers for the whole wedding. I think it was a great unified everything and probably simplified the wedding planning quite a bit!

After a brief cake reception with family and friends, they drove off into the sunset in a pretty fly black Corvette. I would be sooooo nervous to drive that car around, but what a way to leave a wedding!

I hope you guys are having a wonderful week. I haven't locked my keys in my car again, so mine's going better. Plus tomorrow is Friday! I'll be enjoying the homecoming festivities at Union University (my alma mater) tomorrow, which I'm very excited about! I make sure and fill you guys in on that.

1 comment:

cb said...

i love the wood carved sign and the wood paneled background is really pretty. great shots kristi, would have loved to have flown you to our wedding!