First looks are always great, regardless of when they happen. Kim and Brian elected not to see each other before Kim walked down the isle at The Homestead. As most of you know, I normally include a “one moment” post but wanted to include four
Quite often, when blogging, I enjoy showing unique moments. One can often forget one of the most important documentary captures of the day…..the bride and groom recessing down the isle just after exchanging vows. Facing the congregation and walking out of the church can lend itself to wonderful expressions. Jacqui and Lee’s faces say it all in this color image in Hot Springs, Virginia.
It is an honor when the top wedding floral magazine in the country picks up our work. The Bride and Bloom (www.thebrideandbloom.com) is a stunning southern California periodical that help couples with their decisions regarding arrangements and flower designs. I haven’t found anything that competes with this publication. If you have a chance, log on to the site and subscribe. You won’t be sorry.
Here are a few images from one of our features in the magazine taken from Mandy and Chris’ wedding at The Homestead:
Rob Garland is the owner of Rob Garland Photographers, a company which specializes in photojournalism and fine art printing. Rob prides himself on a classic, intuitive, heartfelt documentation with the utmost in visual integrity. He has documented many destination weddings throughout the U.S. and abroad as well as Charlottesville weddings at many of our outstanding local venues. Rob loves imagery that fails to go in and out of style and personal touches that make each wedding unique.