I am pretty public about my obsession with Betsy Pittard Designs. Any outfit feels incomplete without a BPD piece and I’m constantly adding hooks to my jewelry hanger to keep up with all my purchases. Add in the CUTEST, most colorful clothes from Jack & Darcy, a boutique with locations in Macon and Milledgeville, and you have the workings of the perfect Spring 2014 photo shoot! All jewelry featured is courtesy of Betsy Pittard and the fabulous outfits are straight from Jack & Darcy. I had such a fun time with Betsy, Rachel, and the other girls shooting these photos — also, get a load of that truck! Photographer’s dream, maybe? These are just a few of my favorite pictures from the day…
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This guy is all smiles. Sure do love getting to see him grow!
When I think horses, my sweet friend (and neighbor!) Molly always comes to mind. This girl loves horses with such an intensity that it’s actually strange to see her NOT riding a horse. Any man that was going to date Molly knew that there was no use in trying to get between a girl and her horse — that’s why it always makes me smile when I see the two of them riding by my house some weekends, Molly on Flint and Josh on another horse walking side by side. We took these photos all across the area we live in, called Clopine — it’s super special to Molly since she grew up riding all through these woods and pecan orchards. Josh & Molly’s wedding will be under a canopy of huge pecan trees this summer and I couldn’t be more excited for these two. I’m smitten with how their engagement photos turned out, but I have to say I think I favor the ones at the end with Flint the most.
Oh, and Josh handled this little incident like a champ.
Miriam & Nick’s wedding on the first day of February was a true Southern wedding. Held just south of Cordele at Miriam’s family’s farmhouse, the ceremony took place earlier in the day and included just family members of the couple. The two said their vows on the front porch of the farmhouse as a light mist coated the woods surrounding them. Miriam’s artistic touches and the wedding day’s unique timeline made the event so special and memorable.
One of my favorite parts of the day was the 10 “wedding children” that walked out of the front porch door and down the aisle before Miriam appeared.
The ceremony was directly followed by mimosas on the porch and a luncheon for family members inside the farmhouse. I thought this was especially nice; it gave the bride and groom some downtime and gave everyone time to prepare for the reception to follow at 5:30 p.m.
I’m so over-the-moon excited about this year’s Styled Spring Session theme: a Farm Fresh Egg Stand! When I was dreaming up themes for this year, I wanted to do something unique, timeless, fun, as well as something that was representative of this farm life we’re known for here in Middle Georgia!
Here’s all the details you need to know:
I’m offering 10 sessions only this year, first come/first serve.
The price of the session is $150.00.
A deposit of $50.00 is required to hold your time & date.
Each session includes 25 minutes of shooting time, a disk with 10-12 images, and (1) 8×10 print, (2) 5×7 prints, and (2) 4×6 prints. (+ a prize to bribe the kiddos )
I have time slots on two dates available: Saturday, March 8th & Sunday, March 30th (after church).
The sessions will be held at my farm, about 5 minutes from downtown Perry, Ga.
Now, here’s how to book:
Please e-mail me at: email@example.com. Include how many children will be included as well as their names & ages. Once we decide on a time, I will e-mail you an invoice for the deposit to hold your spot which can be paid for by credit card using Paypal. An additional e-mail will be sent out at a later date with outfit suggestions and directions to my farm!
Thank you so much!!
Just a few days after Christmas, Lindsay and Kyle said their “I Dos” as rain beat down on the tin roof of the Cedar Barn at Southern Bridle Farms.
Sweet Baisden celebrated her 1st birthday this past Saturday with a Bee-themed party complete with a beehive cake made by Jan McCord, Bar-bee-Que sandwiches, and B’s favorite, chicken salad sandwiches. It’s so hard to believe this little girl is already one! As you can see, the cake was a HUGE hit, along with the huge pink pony given to her by her great-grandparents. Once she saw it, she went in for a kiss and then rolled all over it — so cute! It was the perfect day celebrating the first year of one of the sweetest little girls around. Happy, happy birthday, B!