Lauren and Drew had friends from early childhood to ones they met on a beach in another country attend their wedding day. They never meet a stranger, and are quick to welcome people into their life party with open arms. There is no weird get to know you phase—these two are easy to talk to. They met on the first day of school at UGA, and they love their Dawgs (their friends and family sent them off with the UGA mantra appropriately).
I love watching brides strut their stuff in their dresses. Your wedding day is easily the day you feel you could take Beyonce on the catwalk because girl you are fiiiiinnneeee and everybody knows it! So naturally, that’s a pretty big decision for brides. I don’t know about you, but shopping days can go downhill quick if I feel like I’m trying to stuff myself into a sausage casing (can I get an amen!), and the last thing you want is to feel that way on dress shopping day. Girl, we gotchu! We teamed up again with fitness coach, Sandra Cauley, and she’s ready to help you bring out your inner Queen B while you frolic to dress shops!
Beth + Dayn have been together for years. They share a home, a pinch-able cutie pie, and now a last name. When Beth, a former Free People manager, shared her vision with me, this wedding quickly became one of the most anticipated of the year. Every minute, detail, and plant(!) had Beth and Dayn’s personalities all over it. From the handmade jewelry to personally owned plants to that FLORAL CROWN to the favors, it was the most uniquely custom wedding I’ve ever been a part of.
Abby + Jeffrey tied the knot at the Greystone Estate a couple weeks ago on a beautiful spring day in Georgia, and it could not have been more perfect. Abby’s attention to detail and style is unmatched; she owns a thriving local boutique, so this comes as no surprise. The pops of color mixed with feminine details were breathtaking, but what really made this day worth writing about were the moments expressing the tenderness of these two’s love story with their families and each other.
People ask me all the time about my start in photography, and how I came up with the name Dash. The story is very connected to me and my journey as a human, so I always enjoy sharing. I graduated from college with a degree in physical education and psychology. I was hoping to do some sort of sports therapy and work with athletes and families within that industry. I was interested in the hobby of photography, but as a sports lover I figured that’d be the direction I’d go. It’s crazy to me that we have to figure out what we want do with our whole life at the age of 18 (I still thought a box of kraft mac n cheese was a sufficient dinner).
I moved to Colorado the day after graduating college and two weeks after a significant and tragic death in my family.