March 3rd is a special day for girls in Japanese culture. It is Girl’s Day which celebrates “Hina Matsuri” (Doll’s Festival) and it is also known as “Momo-no Sekku”
(Peach blossom’s Festival). On this day, families with young daughters celebrate the future with happiness of their daughter. They decorate “hina-ningyo” (dolls which are replicas of an ancient emperor and empress and their subordinates). Peach blossoms symbolize happy marriage and are indispensable decorations of this festival day.
The blossoms signify the feminine traits – of gentility, composure, and tranquility.
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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