J + N |Wedding in Loganville, GA | Intimate Wedding Photographer

I was given the opportunity to be a part of this intimate wedding in Loganville, GA this month. Jade and Nesby make such a beautiful couple. Their wedding colors had the beginnings of a fall theme, but at the same time everything fit in well with the lovely 90 degree weather they sealed their union in.

The  favorite thing about this wedding was the size.  I love small intimate weddings. Everyone that needed to be there was there. The couple had all the traditional things a wedding had, but the essence of the ceremony/wedding as never lost. The couple, their family and God. The couple prayed together and created a symbolic braid using colored rope. The braid symbolized their vision for their marriage; a three folded cord. The Lord and the couple.

Here are a few of my favorite images from the day. I hope you are inspired by their theme and their ceremony.

 

Loganville Mens Details

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I hope you were able to enjoy the images from this wedding. If you are looking for a photographer for your wedding, please contact me. I have opened the door for 2016 brides and would enjoy hearing about your wedding ideas and plans.
In the meantime, let me know your thoughts of the wedding below.

Stay warm, Fall is coming
Regards,
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5 comments

  1. Aww what a beautiful couple and images! I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of scrolling through wedding photos, just something magical about weddings, especially when you know they are built with the foundation of God.

  2. Beautiful images, I love their colors. They used the color of the season before it was the “it” color of the season. I love weddings, I could look at wedding images all day. Great job.

  3. I love the beautiful detail in these photos. You really have an eye for catching the small stuff that is often overlooked but means so much.

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