I’ve had the pleasure of photographing Clarissa for the past several years through portrait sessions, an engagement session with her fiancé Jon, and then their wedding. She is one of the most genuine people I know. She has this syrupy Southern drawl and listening to her talk just ushers you to a peaceful place. She moves effortlessly in front of the camera and is really, really fun to photograph. Some people are just naturals I suppose! Don’t miss her crown, which she made herself! Did I mention she’s also very creative? Not only did Clarissa make the crown she wore on her wedding day, she and her husband Jon made all of the decorations, including the flowers. You won’t see as many vendors in the following list, but that’s because they were incredibly resourceful and spent months upon months planning and creating so that their day would be uniquely theirs. They certainly pulled it off! The colors were rich and the bridesmaids chose their own individual dresses. There were even two bridesmen!
There is absolutely no reason you have to follow everyone else’s lead when it comes to planning your wedding. Take charge of your wedding day and personalize it so that it’s memorable and like no other; oh, and then call me to photograph it! I love it when couples think outside the box! If you’re interested in wedding photography in Alabama, I might be your person!
Tune Farm was such a wonderful venue! It was my first time being there and they were very accommodating. The weather wasn’t cooperative the first half of the day and they really went out of their way to make us all comfortable. It was an absolutely beautiful wedding day with Clarissa and Jon at Tune Farm!
- Wedding Dress- The Dress Theory Nashville
- Groom’s Suit- Jos A. Bank
- Wedding and Reception Venue- Tune Farm
- Second Photographer- Mary Fehr
- Hair- The Hair Loft
- Engagement Ring- Heidi Gibson Designs
- Groom’s Ring- Luxury Bands LA
- Catering- Custom Catering by Teresa
- Wedding Cake- Sarah Yarbrough (family friend)
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