April 12, 2013

{Real Wedding} Meghan & Grant

Robert and Tiffany, are two inspired artists that are a husband and wife team behind Rustic White Photography. They simply adore what they do & the people they work with. They believe that, ultimately, their art is service - and that serving others inherently nourishes the soul. Now I have to mention as a side note, Robert and Tiffany are gorgeous!! Like model gorgeous and their beautifully crafted work is a refection of them as a couple - perfection. I probably just made Tiffany blush. (I'm not just sharing all this photography on my blog and not actually looking at the photographers websites, nope, I look at your Facebook pages, your websites, your blogs, and your bios........then I choose which description best describes the photographer.) This wedding Robert and Tiffany shared had so many pretty photos I had to include a lot of them so I hope you are comfy!

Robert and Tiffany describe this wedding,
"Meghan's smile made us feel like old friends as she invited us into the hotel room. Since she lives in D.C. this was our first time meeting Meghan, and as a bride she was the epitome of warmth and grace. Friendly, sweet, and with a sense of calm she made the entire bridal suite a sanctuary of joy and laughter. A few blocks away Grant was getting ready at his parent’s home. Grant personified the completely imagery of his name, and was for lack of any other word a true gentleman. Meghan and Grant…words fail us in telling you how honored we were to be a part of your beautiful day. We think the world of you both, and your sweet friends and family, and wish you a world of happiness as husband and wife."
Thank you Robert and Tiffany for sharing this blessed event.

Ceremony: Peachtree Presbyterian // Reception: Foundry at Puritan Mill // Coordinator: Kate & Campbell Weddings // Hair & Makeup: Elena Luca // Band: The Moxie Band // Cake: Melanie Sundquist // Florist: Unique Floral Expressions // Catering: Bold American

1 comment:

  1. Breathtaking, lovely...brought tears to my eyes, God bless you both and thanks for your service!
    Carmen Gonzalez