Friday, September 4, 2009

the wedding, the giant sphere, and club le conte - knoxville wedding photographer tn

the day started early at cook loft on gay street - an amazing place for the bride and her bridesmaids to relax and take turns under the curling iron and makeup brush. Amy is simply genius her planning was perfection. the loft for getting ready and for her and JD to stay in after their amazing reception, it's right next door to club Le conte. genius i tell you. a beautiful day of getting ready and love between all the bridesmaids. i was beyond blown away by Amy's calm nature - she wasn't full of anxiety and if she was she hid it very well...

as Amy slipped into her gown a hush of tears fell over everyone - she was stunning and her gown was perfect. a beautifully calm bride ready to begin her journey as Mrs. Daniels.


then as Amy planned the bridesmaids and Amy hit the streets of downtown Knoxville for some fun pictures. one of my favorites below - baby bump bridesmaids. the dresses chosen for the bridesmaids were the prettiest i have ever seen. they reminded me of a greek goddess dress in black. each and every bridesmaid look simply stunning. again Amy and her amazing planning. I personally think she may have to add on to her wedding photography business a division of event planning!


we made our way to the ceremony site an equally genius location the worlds fair park amphitheater.
the sounds of Irish fest were easily drowned out by the beautiful sounds of the natti love joys playing songs of love and joy. the guest couldn't help but dance a little in their seat to the warm reggae beats. family and friends all gathered on the stage to surround JD and Amy with love and overwhelming happiness. It could be seen on every one's faces this was a couple perfect for each other and families so excited to join as one and witness the vows of marriage.
a joyful champagne toast was shared by the entire wedding party only minutes after the ceremony and that was the beginning of a reception full of laughter and amazingly fun dancing. this amazing group of friends and the family really knew how to have a good time - the joy and excitement was contagious. i was even persuaded onto the dance floor.

it was a beautifully perfect day that i know Amy and JD will look back upon in 40 years with tears in their eyes remembering the love, laughter and pure joy that was felt. I am honored they asked me to document their day. Thank you both.

and this is what happens when a groom asks a wedding photographer "what do you want me to do" and I reply with a smirk - " just look at your beautiful wife" Amy busted up "you are the 1st one to say that" it shocked her a little to be referred to as wife. so so cute - I love these shots!!!


Jody September 4, 2009 at 7:52 AM  

Looks like you ALL had fun at that wedding. I like how you summed it all up in this post. You know I think you're so talented and I continue to wish you and your family and business much success and happiness!

Amy September 4, 2009 at 9:08 AM  

Oh I love them. I just cried reading this. Thank you so much. I am so lucky to have had such a beautiful day and beautiful people to share it with!!!!! tear!

AO September 4, 2009 at 12:27 PM  

What kind words and fabulous shots!!

Laura Brett September 14, 2009 at 5:47 PM  

So beautiful great job!

Toki Lee Kanitz September 14, 2009 at 6:03 PM  

Oh my goodness, I love your style! Great images here from what looks like a fabulous wedding!!

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