She was so much fun! She had great ideas for a spot for our engagement photos and did more unique poses instead of the typical poses you see. I love that she uses real film. She captured our wedding day perfectly and I can’t wait to use her again in the future!Read More
Love grows wild in this wedding styled shoot featured in The Southeastern Bride.Read More
I was initially worried because her services don't come cheap...but after a few email exchanges (which were cheerful/pleasant.. I can not say that about all the photographers I reached out to in the Knoxville area) we met for coffee, talked, and looked at her MARVELOUS work. I genuinely just really liked her as person and decided to work with her, have amazing photos, and allow our cake budget to take the backseat! However, you will likely never see me post that beautiful photo of that not so beautiful cake. There is just something so incredible about film. It's grainy, real and full of character. I'm OBSESSED with our black and white film photos!!Read More
We are just thrilled to be featured on Adorn Magazine!
"A moody, romantic editorial with a playful springtime color palette comes to life where the inspiration is rooted in the juxtaposition of hard and soft elements, including vibrant hues of color. The old freight terminal on Jackson Avenue, was the perfect urban-inspired venue for today's styled shoot that was designed by Southern Bliss Weddings and captured beautifully by Abigail Malone. The most unique of details and quite possibly my favorite, is the three-tiered chandelier crafted of olive branches which is a symbol of peace."
Click the link to see the entire feature on Adorn!
Photography: Abigail Malone Photography
Dress: White Lace and Promises
Styling: Southern Bliss Weddings
Florals: The Fleurella
Jewelry: The Gem Store by JTV
Hair: Hair by Claudia Moore
Makeup: Stunning By Rachel
Invitations: Olive Juice Press
Rentals: Vintage Sisters Rentals
Venue: Jackson Terminal
Cake: Hayley Harrell