Anna and I had a great time this past weekend photographing Jing and Kyle’s wedding at Callaway Gardens. The day was full of meaningful details and wonderful moments. I also wanted to mention what a great job Details of the Gardens did with the design and setup for their wedding. Congratulations and enjoy the photographs below!
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Jing getting ready above – I wanted to note, Euijung Hwang was Jing’s excellent makeup artist on her wedding day.
So, you might wonder here about the cranes (you’ll see them again as you look at more photographs). So, let me tell you the story of 1000 cranes. It is a Japanese tradition where if you craft 1000 cranes, you are granted one wish. So, in keeping with this tradition, Kyle made 1000 cranes … twice. The first time, Kyle made 1000 cranes before asking Jing on a date. Of course, for this, he received one wish – and, seeing their wedding, I believe it was granted. Then, again, for their wedding (and I may have lost part of this story as I only overheard it), they created another 1000 cranes. I’m not sure on what their wish is – perhaps Kyle’s was that she would say ‘I do’ – however, I am sure that it will be granted as well. This was very meaningful to Kyle and Jing, and I’m glad we were able to capture it throughout the day.
The gorgeous location of Jing and Kyle’s wedding behind the Discovery Building at Callaway Gardens on the bridge
An infrared shot Anna was able to capture during the ceremony
I wanted to mention here – in the photograph above, you can just barely see it starting to sprinkle (noticeable in the water). Right after everyone got under cover, it started to poor. Their timing couldn’t have been better for the weather.
Jing and Kyle went outside to see the rainbow that appeared during their reception
After the toasts, we went back out to prepare for the tossing of the bouquet! On the bridge, of course. Jing and Kyle wanted a few photographs first of just the two of them.
Anna and Spencer are married full-time wedding photographers together based in Atlanta and have been shooting for over five years. While based in Atlanta, Anna and Spencer travel quite a bit for weddings - some of the locations include France, Italy, the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands, and all along the East Coast of the United States (NYC, Charleston, Hilton Head, Sea Island). They enjoy a challenge, new locations, and love what they do (and love that they can create outstanding imagery of weddings together).
Anna and Spencer are regular speakers locally and nationally on a wide variety of photography topics ranging from lighting to getting published. .
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