Although I currently live in Charleston, South Carolina, there is no greater honor than when I’m asked to travel to photograph an out of state wedding, especially when its in my home state of Mississippi or by an old friend. Bekah and I were in the same class at Jackson Academy, and it was so great catching up on life and getting to know her fiancé!
Rebekah and Shane loved the idea of having the session on my family’s land where I was raised and then married last year. The pecan orchard, golden fields, and rolling cow pastures had the perfect Southern landscape feel we were going for! My grandfather planted the pecan orchard 100 years ago and is where Zach proposed to me! There is so much history and heritage here on Sedgewood Plantation that you can feel it, and I was so overjoyed to shoot their engagements here.
The sun shone beautifully throughout golden hour and transitioned to the most beautiful soft glow for twilight. I loved capturing it with my medium format film camera in addition to my digital camera. You can see some of my favorite film images sprinkled in! (For more information on my transition to hybrid photography and rebrand check out my last blog post).
Bekah and Shane were a dream to work with! Bekah is so stylish and chose the perfect outfits and accessories. They were so great at being themselves and having fun, even in the Mississippi summer heat! It literally took the sun to completely set for me to finally break away from my camera.
Although choosing my favorites to post here was nearly impossible, I’m so thrilled to reveal this gorgeous session. Bekah and Shane, THANK YOU for being amazing. I hope you love your images as much as I do, and I can’t wait until your wedding!!