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Kelsie and Peyton had a gorgeous intimate wedding ceremony at Knoxville Botanical Garden this past April. They chose to spend their day with their closest family and it was refreshingly sweet and meaningful.

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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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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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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.  

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John and Abigail Pothen were married in the summer of 2014 in a small Virginia chapel. Their wedding was beautiful, but with John entering medical school, they had to keep it simple. For their third wedding anniversary, the couple decided to renew their vows. Only this time, they were able to add the details that reflect their unique story.

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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! 

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Three words come to mind with describing Abigail Malone: Timeless, Talented, and Tremendous. I feel beyond blessed to have had the privilege to her as my wedding photographer. My husband, Jordan, and I used Abby for our engagement session, my bridal portraits, our actual wedding day from start to finish, and more. She went above and beyond with amazing timeliness to her work, unique detailing, and professional equipment. There is something to be said for a photographer who makes you feel like she isn’t even there, leaving the intimate moments organic yet instructing you to get the best shots. She is truly one of the easiest people to connect with and has one of the most kind spirits I have ever met. I consider her a dear friend now, and can’t wait for the many more seasons of our life she will photograph.

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The Spanish inspired color palette of red, yellow, gold, orange, pink, and cobalt blue makes for quite a festive spring or summer affair. Rather than just the colors, we wanted to capture the Spanish way of life: vibrant, rich, and slow.