Whether you’re recently engaged or you suspect the famous question may be asked soon, it’s never too early to start thinking about your engagement photos. Here are seven helpful tips for having a successful engagement photo shoot.Read More
Hiring the perfect wedding photographer is a top planning priority. So is creating a detailed wedding day photo checklist. While most experienced photographers will guide you on the moments they plan to document, it’s imperative that you know what you want as a client. After all, these are your priceless snapshots of special memories you’ll treasure and admire for a lifetime. Here are 20 must-have wedding day photos you’ll want to include on your photo checklist.Read More
As experienced wedding professionals, the Atlanta Artistic Weddings team understands the intimidation and anxiety that comes alongside wedding planning. Before the planning process begins though, we know you must have questions—lots of questions—that need answers. And as wedding professionals, who would love to be a part of your special day, we’d like to help.
We recently created a FAQs page dedicated to some of the questions we’ve received from our clients over the years. From questions about our photography style to contracts and wedding day checklists, we cover a variety of topics.Read More
Sometimes, we here at Atlanta Artistic Weddings love to let loose and have some extra fun with our cameras. On Friday, March 15, AAW had the pleasure of holding an impromptu bridal shoot with the lovely Lauren.Read More
On Saturday, Jan. 26, Atlanta Artistic Weddings had the pleasure of photographing Amie and Zack’s chilly, yet romantic early morning engagement session at Piedmont Park in Atlanta.Read More
This Sunday, Feb. 24, Atlanta Artistic Weddings will be participating in Naylor Hall’s Open House—an exclusive event for future Naylor Hall brides and grooms to find and secure their ideal wedding day vendors. AAW will have the pleasure of mingling with potential clients and discussing all things documentary wedding photography.Read More
On Wednesday, Feb. 6, Atlanta Artistic Weddings had the honor of photographing Shoshana and Shachar’s traditional Orthodox Jewish wedding at Beth Jacob in Atlanta. One of AAW’s favorite aspects of this particular wedding was the copious amount of documentary style snapshots taken, particularly those highlighting the unique wedding traditions of the Jewish culture.Read More
One of the most well-known American wedding day traditions originates from an Old English rhyme: “Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe.” This catchy rhyme refers to five different good-luck charms a bride should incorporate into her outfit or carry with her on her wedding day. While some brides forgo tradition, others embrace it, especially by including family heirlooms and keepsakes on their big day—a popular and quite stylish trend.
Last week, AAW photographed photos of Jennifer in her grandmother’s elegant wedding gown at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center.Read More
From all of us at Atlanta Artistic Wedding Photography, we hope you and yours had a very Merry Christmas filled with joy, peace, happiness and of course, love.
Last Saturday, I had the unique opportunity of photographing a surprise proposal for a sweet Atlanta couple. Talk about the perfect gift this holiday season. Jigar contacted me recently, explaining how he was planning to propose to his girlfriend, Nisha, and wanted a photographer present to capture the moment. I was more than happy to oblige because who doesn’t enjoy true love combined a wildly romantic gesture? Because I wanted to document such a special moment from all angles, I contacted a former student of mine, Tara, to help me photograph.Read More
Classic crooner Andy Williams sang it best; “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” From gingerbread cookies to glistening white lights and hints of spruce to uncontrollable laughter of all ages, I adore everything about the holiday season. In fact, I could probably write a long list of even the most minor parts that make my heart smile. While I won’t bore you with the details, I do want to share one of my favorite aspects of the holidays, and that’s the outpouring of love. I still tear up over Hugh Grant’s opening monologue of Love Actually because like he said, “love actually is all around.” And not just during the holidays. No matter the season, it’s there. It’s present. And being a wedding and engagement photographer, I can attest to that.
Several weeks ago, I had the honor of photographing Aliza and Daniel’s early morning engagement shoot in beautiful Piedmont Park.Read More
On November 17th, Sarah and I had the pleasure of photographing Mackenzie and Bobby’s fabulous downtown Atlanta wedding affair.Read More
Oh how gorgeous an October morning looks during the famous blue hour.
Several weekends back, I had the greatest opportunity of photographing Joelle and Jeff’s classic Atlanta engagement shoot. The city was quiet and desolate, yet the skyline’s bright lights casted their guidance, leading us to some pretty incredible locations.Read More
No matter skin color or religious affiliation or sexual orientation, I will never not love documenting love between couples. On Saturday, I had the pleasure of photographing Brooke and Madison’s intimate Winn Park wedding in Ansley Park. I enjoy a simple, yet wildly romantic outdoor ceremony, and this one was no exception.Read More
Who doesn’t love a classic love story? Every weekend, my team and I capture those real life love stories with our cameras and professional equipment.
Last Saturday, we had the honor of documenting the wedding of yet another beautiful couple. Sherriel and Joseph tied the knot at the Romanesque Revival-style Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Atlanta, followed by a reception at SweetWater Brewery.Read More
Atlanta Wedding Photographers Capture Intimate Wedding
A little over a week ago, I had the honor of capturing a cozy, romantic Lawrenceville wedding between Colleen and John. The reception was held at Wahoo Grill near the heart of Decatur.Read More
This past Saturday morning, I had the pleasure of shooting engagement photos for Texas-born bride-to-be, Toni, and her Peachtree City fiancé, Nick. Staying true to Atlanta, I captured snapshots of the happy couple at some of the city’s one-of-a-kind landmarks, including Ponce City Market, the Beltline, Historic Fourth Ward Park and Krog Street Tunnel. The Atlanta wedding photographers at Atlanta Artistic Weddings are looking forward to their wedding at The Conservatory at Waterstone in Acworth .Read More
This past weekend, we had the pleasure of photographing Darby and Nick’s intimate wedding in historic Virginia-Highland. The ceremony was held at the historic Whisenant Estate. The Atlanta wedding photographers at Atlanta Artistic Weddings were honored to photograph such a wonderful couple.Read More
Photographing during the blue hour can be both beautiful and magical.Read More
One of the most important wedding planning decisions is choosing the perfect venue. Whether you visualize an intimate gathering or a grand affair, your wedding is a personal representation of your tastes and customs. The wedding photographers at Atlanta Artistic Weddings share insights on the most beautiful wedding venues in Atlanta.Read More
The Atlanta wedding photographers at Atlanta Artistic Weddings captured a beautiful couple and sunflowers at a fun five-year anniversary photo session.Read More