I always feel the love at the Braselton Stover House | photography by www.atlantaartisticweddings.com

What a weekend! Shot two weddings at the Braselton Stover House.  It just reminds me how much I love the people there!  It is a great facility in Braselton, Georgia.

The historical Braselton-Stover House located in downtown Braselton, Georgia. Built in 1916 by Green Braselton, the second son born to the town’s founder, William Harrison Braselton, the house was purchased in December 2000 and faithfully restored to its current beauty and charm by Mary and Marvin Stover.
In addition to the historical house with its inviting wrap-around porch, is the 6,000 square foot banquet facility that was completed in November 2008. The new space combines old Southern charm with today’s conveniences, perfectly conceived and designed for not only the modern bride, but also for corporate functions, business meetings and special events. Like the house, the new facility features period furnishings and is beautifully decorated, creating a sophisticated but warm, inviting ambiance.
French doors open from the banquet hall onto the veranda overlooking the garden area. This is truly an enchanted setting for life’s most important events where family traditions are honored and memories created.

Thank you so much for visiting! Please feel free to call me at:
(404) 578-6982
and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.
David Diener

Keep up with www.atlantaartisticweddings.com on Twitter!

Hello everyone I hope everyone enjoyed their holidays and are ready for the new year! I have like everyone else have started using twitter to update my weddings.I am also retweeting photography articles, wedding ideas and a deals that I come across.  I recently posted a deal on BBQ at http://atlanta.schmap.com/deals/bone-lick-bbq.  There have been recently a great article from ideas for bridal bouquets at http://www.theknot.com/weddings/photos/bridal-bouquets?cm_mmc=facebook-_-jan2014-_-odb-_-bridalbouquet.  There were many beautiful ideas for the Atlanta bride looking for bouquet ideas.  As a wedding photographer I also look at other photographers for inspiration and ideas.  When I was at photo.net one of my favorite sites I posted this article http://photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=17526239 on night photography.  I also let everyone know when I have updated my blog at http://atlantaartisticweddings.wordpress.com/.  So you should follow this Atlanta wedding photographer's twitter account at https://twitter.com/atlweddings  to stay abreast on the latest wedding news!  Also please reach out to me and I would love to hear your wedding ideas!

It truly is an honor being a wedding photographer in Atlanta!  It is a dream job come true!

Thanks so much for vistiting.  If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me at david@atlantaartsiticweddings.com and I will be happy to help in any way that I can.

Thanks again!


Wedding Photography and the daylights savings time

Hello everyone I know it has been a while since I have posted.  I have been very blessed with many photography projects this year.

Today I wanted to touch on wedding photography at night.  As you may be aware we have turned out clocks forward.  I have enjoyed the extra hours sleep that it gave me at first.  I have been less happy of taking away an hour of day light at the end of the day.  I am a wedding photographer and that means that I live by light.   I recently had the honor of photographing a wedding outside of Atlanta ar 6pm.  The facility I shot at had a Gazebo with a wonderful chandeler in it.  I was very worried that I would not have enough light at night to do the photography that I wanted. I had a wedding the day before and I was rushed to get all the photography done before sunset.  The Gazebo at this location was a savior.  It gave me the light I needed and right after sunset the blue dusk sky was dramatic.  I have shared this photo with you.

Thank you to visiting.  Please feel free to call me at 404-578-6982 and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.

David Diener