Caitlyn + Caleb
My time in New York City was nothing short of magical. So magical that I not only cried when I got home from the trip, but I also started looking up apartments in the Brooklyn/Williamsburg area (LOL maybe a little much… but can you blame a sista?!).
The trip started off with me flying from Orlando, FL (to NYC of course) straight off of a cruise that had spent a week in the Bahamas. You can imagine that I was a little nervous about making my late morning flight, especially since I was a first-time cruiser and had no earthly idea what to except with the disembarking process. But to my lovely surprise, it went quickly and I made it to the airport in no time! I excitedly got to my gate and knew that the rest of the day was going to be good… like, two of my closest friends getting engaged in NYC good.
The Engle Wedding
It was only a couple of weeks ago that Caitlyn reached out to me via Instagram (gotta love that app) inquiring about the potential of me shooting her early November wedding. And y’all, I was free that day! So we made things official and quickly scheduled an engagement shoot, in hopes that we could get some special photos printed before their big day. I’m proud to say that we did it, and we had a whole lotta fun while prancing around one of my favorite areas near Kennesaw Mountain. When we had arrived at our shoot location, I asked Caitlyn and Caleb to tell me their story, and what made them to decide to get married in November. I smiled as they so sweetly explained their journey from best friends to in-love and engaged, and then sharing Caleb’s decision on going into the Air Force. November just happened to make the most sense, and man am I so excited to be a small part of their big celebration! I’ll see you two in a couple of weeks— xx
Set in the hills of East Tennessee, Lauren and Zach said, "I do" in the most picturesque setting. Their day was blanketed in a heavenly peace, and surrounded by the sweetest love from both family and friends. Every aspect of their day way thoughtful-- ranging form the private prayer they both shared before the ceremony, all the way to the father of the bride and bride's first dance. The day as a whole was just straight-up FUN. In a sense, it was a college-reunion for me, getting to dance the night away with some of the people I called (still call) close friends in Tennessee. I think every photo truly speaks for itself. The life, love, and Jesus that both Lauren and Zach bring into the lives interwoven with theirs is truly something else. Mr. and Mrs. Engle, you two are something special. I pray that your marriage continues to flourish as you grow more in love with Christ and one another.