A couple weeks ago, Phil & I traveled down to Memphis to photograph Tabitha & Kyle’s wedding. I just have to say that Tabitha is one of the most beautiful brides I have ever seen. She & Kyle are so sweet and you can see how much they love each other. I wish everyone had their dispositions. Even though it was 103 degrees outside and raining, and the air was out in the church, they held it together and maintained their sense of humor throughout the day. It made our jobs so much easier. We hope you guys love your photos as much as we loved taking them.
I love these pictures. The left shot was right after Kyle had seen Tabitha for the first time. It was just the two of them, and well… us, in the sanctuary. I love how Kyle is being gentle and just holding the side of her arm. The one on the right is the groom and his father working out the cuff links.
The church had some beautiful stainglass windows, and since we dealt without using lights for most of the day due to the heat, they served for some beautiful natural light for some shots. The one on the right was later in the evening at Central Station, a really cool reception location/ train station. We love the green lights in the background and the really cool old station bench.
The flowers were by Susan’s Florals out of Memphis. I love the silouette of Tabitha hanging onto the door of the trolley with her bouquet. All of the flowers were so pretty and I loved the simplicity of them.
After the ceremony, we took a quick detour down to Mud Island to get some shots before the reception. Phil and I are always wanting to do something fun with the bridal party shots, and these girls were up to it. I said “jump” and they said “how high?”…literally.
Another cute one of the girls…
We ended the night getting just a few more of the bridal party. These pictures crack us up.
A huge thanks to Tabitha & Kyle, Mr. & Mrs. Luckett & Mr. & Mrs. Armstrong for letting us be apart of your day. We had a blast. Also, a huge thanks to Jaime with Social Butterflies for keeping us all organized.