Chad + Lindsay | Oakhurst Farms | West Point, GA

Chad and Lindsay shared a wonderful wedding at the gorgeous Oakhurst Farms in West Point, GA. The venue is surrounded by rolling green hills dotted with cows that meander the property. There are flowing willow trees on the edges of the pond and yellow sunflower fields. The venue is privately secluded in the Georgia country side.

I found the bride and her bridesmaids getting ready upstairs in the bridal suite. The bride’s dress, shoes and jewelry sparkled. Downstairs the reception room at Oakhurst was decorated with gorgeous fall flowers and crystal vases on the round tables waiting for guests to arrive.

The groom and his groomsmen were found watching football as they put their suits on. They may or may not have been prepping with some Crown apple shots. I was instructed not to tell the bride. So, Lindsay, the guys were totally sober pre-wedding. 😉

Lindsay’s mother and bridesmaids helped her get into her stunning Winnie Coutour dress. It fit her like a glove. (but not like an OJ glove!) The bride looked perfect. The couple’s son, Brantley, ran into the room and greeted his mom with a big hug after Chad had helped get his little suit on! (a regular suit, not his Iron man suit unfortunately) Swoon!

The bride and groom opted to share a first look before the ceremony to get the nerves out and relax the rest of the day. So, after the group photos Lindsay made her way out to see Chad for the first time on their wedding day. They were both so eager to see one another. I loved seeing their excitement. Chad walked up behind Lindsay and tapped her on the shoulder and as she slowly turned around their reactions were priceless.

Even more priceless, was watching them read their letters to one another. I was crying!

After most of the initial butterflies had flown away. It was time for the ceremony to get underway. Chad and Brantley waited at the altar as Lindsay’s father escorted her down the stone aisle as their loved ones looked on.

They shared a lovely ceremony as their favorite people stood beside them and sat before them. They were pronounced husband and wife and shared that sweet first kiss. The couple cheered and practically skipped back down the aisle.

The DJ and the Chris Collins band were setting the mood as the guests arrived into the reception. The wedding party and the newlyweds waited upstairs to be announced into the party. The guests cheered and clapped as Lindsay and Chad made their way down the staircase and into their first dance.

After a delicious dinner was served the bride danced with her father and then Lindsay, Chad and their son Brantley shared a sweet and tearful family dance together.

The bride’s cousin gave a beautiful toast and made mention of their late aunt who clearly was missed by a lot of people on that special day.

Lindsay and Chad cut the cake and sweetly fed each the cake. Smart man! When it came time to toss the bouquet and garter the singles gathered round and were ready to pounce! One of the groomsmen made a valiant slide effort to make his catch.

At this point the bride had already changed into her party dress that showed off her ahhh-mazing legs! And fun story about this party dress…it was borrowed from one of my previous brides, Amanda Cooper! The strapless dress with fluffy white feathers for a skirt is the ideal wedding party dress and I love that it had a previous story. Amanda danced the night away in it and so did Lindsay. One more borrow and it could become the Sisterhood of the traveling Party Dress!

It was time to party! The Chris Collins Band got the party started and everyone was on their feet dancing. The DJ had all the ladies doing the Wobble and having a blast.

Once the party was winding down the couple made their final exit through their guests holding the dazzling sparklers.

The Edenfields had a gorgeous wedding and I thoroughly enjoyed being a part of this special day! Wishing these two the best of what life has to offer them in their new chapter!





























The fabulous vendors:
Venue: Oakhurst Farms
Event Coordinator: Kristin Gallatin (
Hair and Make up: Robyn Cook at Jean Eve Salon
Dress: Winnie Coutour
Bridesmaids dresses: David’s Bridal
Tuxes: Men’s Wearhouse 
Cake: Sue Anne Rathel
Florist: Denhams Florist
Band: Chris Collins’s band
Minister- Frank Macon 
Videographer: Brett Wink 7th Wink productions



The Wrights (sneak peek)

What a gorgeous wedding tucked into the Pine Mountain, Georgia country side. The wedding took place at the Mountain Top Inn on a beautiful Georgia spring day. Megan looked gorgeous in her lace white  wedding dress and cowboy boots and Davis looked dapper in his sandy suit and navy vest! The bridesmaids looked fantastic in their lavender flow gowns. More on the way, but for now enjoy this sneak peak of the Wright’s wedding!


Gina + Bryan (sneak peek)

I had the pleasure of photographing Gina and Bryan’s beautiful wedding this past Sunday at the beautiful Standing Boy Creek Farms. It was a chill, early Sunday wedding with a mimosa bar! Here’s a few shots of the happy couple enjoying a few moments together before the reception entrance. Full post coming soon!



Megan + Davis

Not quite an engagement session since they’d be married in 3 days! But it kinda was, because the only session they had for their engagement was taken by Megan’s 12 year old brother, JP. (Who actually did a pretty good job!) Haha!

This was actually the first time I had met Megan and Davis in person before I shot their wedding! They booked me while I was in El Paso and it unfortunately didn’t work out to where we could meet I flew into town for the big day. Despite the distance, it all worked out.

After being in the brown/orange sand box of El Paso (Just kidding! I love you, El Paso, but let’s be honest its not green like Georgia!) It was really nice driving through the winding green canopy roads through Harris County to her parents house.

I found them out in a field by this awesome old horse barn that her parents, Mark and Debbie, own. Mark and Debbie were actually just about to take two of the horses for a little trail ride as I got there.

So, we began shooting and getting to know each other a bit. The old barn was just the kind of thing I love to shoot in. Old, dirty, worn down, well loved. It made the perfect background for a country engagement session.

Megan wore and beautiful lace cream colored dress with cowboy boots of course! And Davis, looked like a true Southern gentleman in his jeans and laid back, white linen shirt. The setting sunlight, overgrown super green grass and laid back atmosphere all came together perfectly.

No country session would be complete without sitting on the front porch of a log cabin, swinging in a tire swing or climbing a tree! Luckily, we had three!










for good measure…here’s a horsey.