December 7, 2011
Hey everyone! Molly here!
Last month, we photographed Crystal and Jason’s 11-11-11 wedding in Savannah . Apparently, that was a pretty popular date, because we saw about 4 other weddings that day too! We had been anticipating Crystal and Jason’s wedding for some time. We love smaller intimate weddings where the concentration is on each other and the marriage rather than how much the flowers cost. Don’t get me wrong, we like really elaborate weddings too, but there is just something about the feeling of a small wedding. It’s beautiful in its simplicity. Anyway, Crystal and Jason got ready at the Avia hotel in Savannah . They got married at Wormsloe Plantation, and we all dined at the delicious Paula Deen’s Lady and Sons restaurant. <UMM delicious!
Everybody is a photographer 🙂 This guy stopped to shoot right next to Cristina. Same subject(s) (our bride and groom). He didn’t say anything, but just kept walking. HAH!
Love this pose that was actually Crystal’s idea.
Soon, it was wedding time! Everyone walked down and gathered under the beautiful oaks at Wormsloe.
I loved that Crystal and Jason walked each other down the aisle.
By the time everyone got placed, it was starting to get really dark really fast. It worried me a little, because I don’t love to shoot on high ISOs. I had to suck it up though, and we both shot at between 1000-1600.
The image on the right is from someone slowly creeping up with their … high beams on or something. Bobby/ Best man extraordinaire chased them off though.
I love this shot of a teary-eyed Crystal, where the tears puddled on her chin. 🙂
They pinky swore before the kiss :).
They had a small tailgate set up for everyone to enjoy before we headed to the restaurant.
This may be my favorite from the day. It’s so moody and shows how dark it really was right then. Jason was trying to keep his new bride warm. I like that you can see her chill bumps.
Drunki-sh dude outside begged me to take his picture. Crystal was super excited about a present she received inside . HAHAHA!
We all enjoyed the food very much! Jason’s mom made a cake that was obliterated (mostly onto each other’s face).
We found a band that was playing at a market and used that for their first dance.
I love this image because of the guy to the left smiling so big at Crystal and Jason.