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Olivia and Patrick said “I Do!” at The Quarry in Knoxville, Tennessee this past June. Not only is The Quarry absolutely stunning, it also has amazing wedding planners that helped Olivia make the day exactly what she had always dreamed of.

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This outdoor Knoxville wedding inspiration is full of bright, colorful, and romantic details to inspire you! The peach, rose, and gold pallet, unique hanging floral chandelier, and romantic circular arch with candles, were all dreamed up as part of our first ever Artfully Curated Workshop: A Knoxville Photography Workshop for Film and Digital Photographers. For more information about our upcoming Knoxville Photography workshops visit our workshop page HERE! A HUGE Thank You to all the amazing vendors who made this day of Knoxville photography education possible!

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You will be enchanted by this elegant spring wedding’s charming blush pallet paired with classic tuxedos at Duke Mansion Wedding in Charlotte NC. The beautiful Duke Mansion Bed and Breakfast in Charlotte, North Carolina was the absolute perfect setting for Marie and Perry’s elegant wedding this past spring. They chose a traditional church ceremony with reception to follow at Duke Mansion. Their wedding was sweet and timeless on an absolutely perfect spring day! Marie and Perry chose not to have a first look, but instead read each other love notes before heading off to the church. The gardens at Duke Mansion were glowing in the evening light as their guests dined under the stars and bistro lights, with an amazing dance party after!

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Modern and minimalistic lifestyle newborn session in Knoxville Tennessee with light and airy colors that perfectly compliment this sweet new addition. Less is more when it comes to newborn sessions. Keeping the colors clean and neutral with no props help baby shine, and create an authentic feel! I have known this sweet couple for several years now, and have had the pleasure of documenting their lives going all the way back to Kelsie’s senior portraits! I cannot wait to watch this precious family grow in the future!
Swaddles and hats from Lou Lou and Company, Giraffe outfit from Bennett Gallery.

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If you want to know what adds a lot of charm to an engagement session, pick a location that is meaningful to you! Hannah and Derrick’s engagement session was truly special because she picked her Grandfather’s farm and orchard in Corryton, just 25 minutes east of Knoxville. This was a special place for her growing up, and she wanted to capture the beauty of this beloved place in her engagement photos. The rolling hills, tall grass and apple trees perfectly compliment her breezy blue sundress during this warm and laid back summer evening in East Tennessee.

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A drizzly December day couldn’t stop this beautiful wedding at The Standard in downtown Knoxville, TN…and being eight months pregnant (and huge!) couldn’t stop me from photographing it!

After capturing Rachel’s brother’s wedding in 2015, I fell in love with the family, so when Rachel and her fiancé asked me to photograph theirs, I was over the moon! I had been looking forward to Rachel and Brandon’s wedding all year long, despite my growing belly and aching feet, and it was every bit as elegant, emotional and downright gorgeous as I imagined it would be.

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Renee and Dan’s fall wedding was quintessentially perfect in every way. It was sunny, in the upper 70s, with a crisp breeze, and big fluffy clouds in the bluest October sky you’ve ever seen. I wouldn’t wish anyone a more perfect day than Renee and Dan. I knew from our first conversation that these two were very special. Renee is the sweetest most caring person. Her generosity was even more apparent when she gave me a baby gift on her wedding day (which I shot at five months pregnant). But, the weather was not the only thing that won me over. The style, design, and planning of all the details by Whitney Bowman Events was spot on. The entire wedding had the most fresh and romantic feel. I absolutely loved the neutral pallet of the bridesmaids dresses and the classic blush and green florals by LB Floral. Combine all this with the beautiful scenery at Marblegate Farm and you have yourself one amazing wedding day! Also, I have to mention that Renee and Dan got Married on October 13th, which is my own wedding anniversary date! As a wedding photographer, I like to think that I chose the best day of the whole year; and although I am usually shooting a wedding on our anniversary (sorry Ben) it is usually a highlight of my wedding season!

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Fall Bridal Portraits in Knoxville Tennessee

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We all remember our childhood crush. Whether he was the dreamy boy next door or the 4th grade class clown, he lives on in half-forgotten memories…and in dad’s catalogue of embarrassing stories to tell at the worst possible times. But for most of us, that’s all a first crush ever is: a memory. For Fionnie, her childhood crush became so much more. On a radiant summer day at Marblegate Farm in Knoxville, Fionnie’s lifelong crush, Jacob, promised to love her forever.

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In the age of Pinterest, Instagram and an infinite supply of wedding blogs bursting with inspiration, a once-original idea can be passed in the blink of an eye from bride to bride until it becomes ubiquitous. And while each of these trends is undeniably beautiful and worthy of repeating, there is something magical about a wedding that is utterly unique. A celebration that, through some picture-perfect alchemy, unmistakably bears the thumbprints of the couple saying “I do.” A celebration like the Chattanooga wedding of Mandi and Oliver – the couple who first locked eyes in the heart of an antique store.