I am sure you have heard of the new half-black, half-Hispanic teen named Miles Morales who is Spiderman in another universe. Which universe you may ask, the Ultimate Universe. See Mary Jane Watson and Peter Parker live in the Marvel Universe, so they will be around also. I predict this will lead to people saying SpiderMen, not a word you hear every day. Anyway I was really excited when Jason pulled out the 1987 Spiderman Special Wedding Issue. Mary Jane is a redhead, Tiffany is a redhead, it all makes sense somehow. And the dress Mary Jane is wearing, believe it or not, was designed by actual designer Willi Smith from Philadelphia. It all seems pretty complicated for a Batman fan like me.
I had plenty of time to grab these shots of our model Raven at the first of the companies NotWorkshop series. There are still three workshops left and Raven is scheduled for each one. I love each chance I get to shoot raven and you will too. Check out her bridal shoot here. Then head over here and check the NotWorkshop schedule to sign up. A big thank you to Tara and Dennis who took the time to create this beautiful field of flowers.
Back in high school I used to hang out with Tiffany’s older brother, Mark. I suppose that is how we first met. I am super glad that over the years and through different colleges that she didn’t forget about me. She is too cool and I have the proof. Just check out the photo at the end and you can see what I mean. I will give you a hint, it involves lots of water. But anyway on to the details. Tiffany and Daniel had their Country Elegance themed wedding at Kellum Valley Farm in Cleveland, GA. It is very beautiful there as you can see in the pictures and it didn’t seem nearly as hot as it does in Hotlanta this time of year. In addition, it is just a short leisurely drive from the city. Her wedding was a beautiful pallet of pinks, ivorys, and light blue smothered with hydrangeas, sweet peas, and garden roses arranged by Alison Smith. I was surprised at how creative Tiffany was with her wedding. She collected all the blue mason jars and milk glass vases from antique stores and even borrowed a few. Tiffany looked stunning in her Oleg Casini dress and her hair looked excellent thanks to Donna Singer from The Cottage Salon. DJ Rick kept the music coming nonstop all night and the photo booth was even there to capture everyone our cameras didn’t. You can check out the photo booth HERE.
I can thank my wonderful friend Alicia for introducing me to Caylon and Justin. I met Alicia in art school while she was studying graphic design. She even designed my logo, how cool is that? Come to think of it Caylon was there too. I guess she spent her time in the Art Education areas. Anyway on to the big day. They got married at Snellville United Methodist Church. It was a huge church. I was very fortunate to have someone show me how to not get lost. Caylon’s maiden name is Snell and I believe that her family had some type of influence on the name Snellville. She confirmed this but we didn’t have to get into the details. I’m sure there are some great stories there. The church was beautiful and had pointy arches everywhere, and I mean everywhere. See if you can count them all below. Oh and if you haven’t checked out Caylon and Justin’s Photobooth I recommend you do that now.Florist – Still Lake Florist Decorator – Lynn Barnett Hair Stylist – Ashley Warren Tuxedos – Calvin Klein Dress – David’s Bridal Brides Shoes – Michaelangelo Rings – Zales DJ – DJ Dice Ceremony Venue – Snellville United Methodist Church Reception Venue – Summit Chase Country Club Getaway Car – Mercedes Benz c300
I’m going to save all the wedding details for Tiffany and Daniel’s wedding post but here is their Photo Booth. This was the first time I was asked to do a Photo Booth outdoors. We found the perfect spot against part of the ruins at Kellum Valley Farm nestled in the Blue Ridge foothills of Cleveland, Georgia. We put the booth right between the pool/alcohol area and the food/eating area. When the booth opened it was sunny and bright then as the night progressed it got darker. I love the way the setting sun helped create some variety in the images, def. not the norm. Enjoy