Atlanta Wedding Photographer | Norcross Wedding | Flint Hill
This afternoon wedding was sweet and lovely in every way. I met up with my bride and all of her bridesmaids at the home of the bride’s parents early that morning. The girls had all been friends since childhood, and were a tight little group.
I love the handkerchiefs that my bride got for her mom and dad. They made for a really touching gift.
The bride wore some beautiful vintage wedding jewelry.
When we got to Flint Hill I was very impressed. The staff was helpful, and on top of everything. One of my absolute favorite details of the wedding? These gorgeous pink bouquets. They were feminine, classic, and just gorgeous for this afternoon spring wedding. Perfect!
I was literally OBSESSED with these bridesmaid dresses. The bride found them at a popular retail store, and thought they’d make a great dress for the bridesmaids. I agree. I love seeing brides think outside of the box with their details. Sure, she didn’t buy these dresses in a bridal salon, but they are so fabulous. What could be better for a garden wedding in the afternoon? An added bonus: these gals can certainly wear this dress for many future occasions. Can’t beat that!
These two were so fun to have in front of my lens. They have known each other since high school, and you could feel their love and shared history. Even after covering HUNDREDS of weddings, I am always honored to be a part of a couple’s biggest day. The romantic in me smiles all day long!
Flint Hill is tucked away in Norcross, and has so many great spots for a photographer to work with. This wide, southern style porch being a big one!
As a wedding photographer one of the best parts of my job is getting to capture the authentic personality of my couples. The funny little moments that happen in between all the beauty shots are priceless.
Cheers to the happy couple, Flint Hill, spring afternoon weddings, and gorgeous pink wedding details!
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