Jo and Robby chose to get married in Athens at the State Botanical Gardens Day Chapel on Thursday, January 2nd. And I was honored to be chosen to photograph their wedding, because I know how important photography is to them. Jo planned most of the wedding herself, and they did a lot of DIY details for the day.
Check out her amazing vintage ring made of Aquamarine!
Robby created this really neat free-standing map for guests to pin their travel origination -- so fun!
Jo got her silvery-gray wedding dress off of e-bay for a steal and it fit her perfectly! She wore a blue petticoat with silver laced edging underneath as a fun nod to her blue-streaked hair.
Jo and Robby chose to do a First Look and since it was rainy and cold, we opted for using the chapel as the First Look location, which worked wonderfully! Logan's view on the left, my view on the right.
With this post, I thought I would show you my view/Logan's view. It's so nice to have a c0-photographer at weddings! We get really awesome shots during the same time! The shot below is Logan's view, the one following is mine.
Jo is just adorable! That silver dress works perfectly!
I shot the following photos of Robby while Logan was shooting the one below him of Jo.
We headed to Indigo for some pretty, fun, and different wedding photos! If you've never been to a suite at Hotel Indigo, you're missing out -- it's amazing! As a side note, if anyone out there would like some boudoir photos, I'd love to shoot some in a suite at Indigo!
Jo had a polar bear theme going throughout the wedding, and she found polar bear socks for Robby to wear. Logan's shot on the left, mine on the right.
My angle on the left, Logan's on the right.
Logan's angle/view on the left, mine on the right.
I have to be honest and say that I LOVE silhouette images :-) The image on the right is intentionally out of focus!
Again, it's so great to see what another photograph sees while you're busy shooting something else. Logan's view on the left, mine on the right! (don'tcha like Jo's clip-in blue highlights?!)
Jo was so very graceful; see her hands? All her!
We decided to stop on the side of the road right outside the gardens -- we fought rain, wind and traffic to get these cool shots!
Her bouquet is made entirely of dried flowers, hand made by someone on Etsy! Isn't it beautiful?!
Logan's view on the left (can you see me in the backgroud?), my shoot on the right!
Jo and Robby wanted to have the first kiss shot from both sides of them! We choreographed it so that when the ceremony was officially over, the pastor would walk out of the way and Logan would shoot from on stage and I would shoot from the aisle! I love how it turned out!
Hallie Jane's catered a lovely meal!
Thank you, Jo and Robby, for allowing SWP to be such a big part of your wedding day!! Logan and I enjoyed it!