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We started off Marissa and Tommy’s engagement session at the gorgeous Wormsloe Historic Site. If you’re not from Savannah but come to visit sometime, I would highly recommend checking this place out! It is unlike anything you have ever seen with it’s stunning tunnel of live oaks and beautiful Spanish moss. We finished off their session in the streets of downtown Savannah, which is one of my favorite spots to explore and shoot.

I love Marissa and Tommy’s story because they first met each other by attending a small group through Compassion Christian Church! How cool is that?? These two are so sweet to watch with one another and their love is so very obvious. I’m so excited to capture their wedding next month!

I’m so excited to share photos from Brittany & Billy’s wedding day because it was SUCH a beautiful occasion with the absolute sweetest couple! Somehow I end up with the nicest, most genuine couples, and they make it an absolute joy to work with them! These two had a wonderful wedding surrounded by family and friends at The Mackey House in Savannah.

If you live down here you know just how wack our weather can be in the Spring, and so while it had been in the 70’s the days leading up to the wedding, on the actual ceremony day it was freeeeezing! Ok, not literally freezing, but cold enough. ;-) Brittany and Billy didn’t let the temps deter their spirits though and went on to have an absolute blast with their guests. I always have such a fun time shooting a The Mackey House, and this time was no different!

I should note that Brittany did all of the signs and calligraphy herself! Anything with cute writing on it was done by the bride! She is super talented. :-)

Thanks so much to Monica for second shooting with me!

Venue  |  The Mackey House

Cake  |  KM Design

Wedding Party Flowers  |  Kato Floral Design

Videographer  |  Caleb Suttles Video Productions

Catering  |  Magnolia Grill

Hair/Makeup  |  Beyond Beautiful by Heather

Dress  |  Matthew Christopher

Bridesmaid Dress  |  Kennedy Blue

Guy’s Suits  |  Men’s Wearhouse

Calligraphy/Signs  |  love.b.lettering

If you have been following my blog for a while, you may have thought that I stopped doing my 4 x 12 personal photo project, but alas, I did not! 2016 was the year of falling behind on blogging for me…. womp, womp. :-( Between keeping my two wild things alive and being their personal slave, along with running the shooting/editing/communicating part of my biz, plus my involvement with church, MOPS, playdates, travel, etc., the blog became the bottom of the totem pole. But just because I wasn’t sharing the pics as we went doesn’t mean we forgot to take them! I was adamant about making sure to get my photo each month, even if it meant that most of the months were taken on a cell phone!

This is one photo project that I intend to keep up with, as I really, truly cherish looking back over each year’s photos! I’ve been doing this since 2011 and have most of the years hung up on canvases in my house. We always get comments on them, and PEOPLE– this is so easy to do!!! You just need to grab a photo of everyone in your family once a month. ONE TIME. That is all. We enjoy seeing how the kids change from month to month, as well as remembering what we were doing each month.

So without further ado, here is our 2016 photo collage! Also, please note the change in the baby’s hair color from January to December; I promise we did not dye it!! ;-)

If you’d like to look back on past years and our awesome hair styles, check these out: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, & 2015

Christmas this year was such a fun one in our family! The boys are at ages that just made everything so exciting and this is the first year that Jack truly understood the real meaning of Christmas with the birth of Jesus. We had a low-key celebration at our house which was perfect. My Dad came in town to spend a few days with us (my Mom stayed with her parents who are not in great health), so the boys had a blast playing with Grandad. I sang in the choir at church that James put together for the weekend, so he and I were at church for both Christmas Eve services and the Christmas morning service. We made and decorated Christmas cookies, rode the golf cart around the neighborhood to look at Christmas lights, listened to Christmas music, opened presents, and enjoyed lots of yummy food– a great time was had by all! I hope you enjoyed a blessed Christmas with your family and friends!