Columbia, Tennessee wedding photographer {Hillary + Charles}

About two weeks ago I headed a few miles south to photograph the wedding of Hillary and Charles. Although I’d the chance to hang out with Hillary and her mom a couple of times before, I hadn’t met Charles until the actual wedding day, so I hadn’t seen he and Hillary together as a couple until then. It took all of 10 seconds to tell what a fun couple they are together- and their wedding day was so reflective of that! They were surrounded by family and friends, celebrating their love and the start of their life together. I adore getting to be a part of such a special day in a couple’s life and capturing all these wonderful memories for them!

Their wedding took place at South Gate Church in Columbia, followed by a reception at Westbury House on the square. It was just lovely all the way around.

Here is their day, in photos- I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!







Charles definitely takes the cake when it comes to best reaction from the groom during a first look. And who could blame him? Hillary was stunning.
























































Hillary and Charles, thank you so much for asking me to be a part of your amazing day! Congratulations to both of you on finding what you’ve found with each other! It’s so easy to see your love.

{vendor love}

A special thank you to my second shooter and friend, Melissa Dudek, for being amazing- and for some of the images you see above!

Ceremony Venue: South Gate Church of Christ, Columbia, Tennessee
Reception Venue: Westbury House, Columbia, Tennessee
Bride’s dress: David’s Bridal
Tuxes: Men’s Warehouse
Flowers: Amanda Wallace & Import Flowers (bridal party flowers), Nicole Houser (church arrangements) and the reception arrangements by the bride’s mom, Alice Williams!
Cake: Allana Taylor
Catering: Classic Catering by Westbury House
DJ- Keith Throneberry

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