Greysen and Erin's wedding day fell on a beautiful and chilly March day. I drove up to their ceremony spot, driving through all of the winding back roads in North Georgia. I was greeted immediately with open arms by the owners of the McClure House in Rydal, GA. Once I got inside, I immediately went looking for Erin to gather all of her details and to see how she was feeling that morning. "No cold feet?" I asked her cheerfully. "Nope! I am great!" she happily replied. Then I met her amazing videographer as I walked downstairs to check on her soon-to-be-husband. Same reply from the groom....no cold feet. I immediately hit it off with their videographers while we were shooting their details together in the side livingroom with the most beautiful light; which is crucial in the wedding industry world. If you butt heads with vendors, you're more likely to be in a bad mood, which isn't helping the couple or helping the day run smoothly. Your photographers and videographers are suppose to be a team (whether they are a real team in business or not.. but that's for a different post.)
I loved (still do) how much thought they put into their big day with all of their details, and how they could help us photograph (and videograph) their big day. Greysen and Erin's family and friends gathered together as they confessed their love for each other vowing to spend the rest of their lives together as husband and wife.. Their views were breathtaking. While their ceremony took place in front of the McClure House, having Erin walk out of the house, down the aisle I love how outgoing they both were. Here are my favorite photos we took during their big day. Enjoy!
Venue: McClure House (https://www.mcclurehousellc.com)
Photographer: Brianna Marie Photography (www.briannamariephotography.com
Videographer: Nate and Rachel Morrison
Florals: Petals and Lace Florist (https://petalsandlaceflorist.com)
Bridesmaid Dresses: Azazie (www.azazie.com)