Keri and Andrew had a gorgeous wedding at the King Plow Arts Center here in Atlanta. These two have a flare for the dramatic, and their wedding was no exception. Keri surprised Andrew during their first look with a playbill signed by Patrick Stewart. The groomsmen all were hiding superhero shirts under their suits for photos. After their ceremony, they wowed their guests with a flash-mob-style choreographed dance that included their whole wedding party. And, dancing during the reception was epic. What a fun wedding! Thanks to my friend Addison Hill for helping me with this one.
Keri and Andrew’s King Plow Arts Center wedding (720p) from Bonnie Heath on Vimeo.
This little lady was quite the star for the camera! We got about 300 adorable photos of her in an hour, and I think every one has a different expression.
I love photographing this family! I shot Pepin and Wayne’s wedding in 2010. You might recognize them from the cover photo of my Facebook page. I photographed Ronan when he was 6 months old, and his adorable photo is now on my business card. So, I was so excited to do some family photos of them. We met at the Fernbank Museum for the first half of the pictures and then went to Bessie Branham Park in Kirkwood for a few more. I’ve found that 1-3 year olds are some of the most challenging kiddos to photograph, but with a little patience, we got some great shots.
Wayne and Ronan at the Fernbank
Ronan at the Fernbank
Pepin, Ronan and Wayne at Bessie Branham Park.
Ronan playing at Bessie Branham Park.
What a cutie!
I’ve known Stacia for years and years… maybe 8? I was so flattered when she asked me to photograph her and Jason’s wedding at the Historic Decatur Courthouse. I had never shot there before, and it’s beautiful. It was really, really cold the day of their wedding, so I’m hoping the next one I shoot there, we will get some more outdoor photos. They were troopers for staying outside as long as they did! Stacia and Jason’s choreographed dance was amazing! I’m so glad I got great shots of that. Ocean Catering did an amazing job with the food and details! Thanks to my friend Addison Hill for second shooting this one with me.
Stacia and Jason’s lovely Decatur Courthouse wedding(720p) from Bonnie Heath on Vimeo.
Michelle and Max got married at the Hilton Garden Inn in Midtown Atlanta. Their wedding celebrated their love for Atlanta. They made centerpieces with Atlanta in town neighborhoods, and proudly displayed a book of their engagement photos (by yours truly) with photos from their midtown neighborhood and the Jackson Street Bridge. I loved the bubbles during their first dance. Of course the Hora dance is always so fun to photograph! Thanks to my friend Addison Hill for helping me with this one.
Michelle and Max’s elegant midtown wedding (720p) from Bonnie Heath on Vimeo.
Amy and Kelly are both actors, and that made them so much fun to photograph! Their wedding was at Inman Park’s lovely Trolley Barn. It was a little too cold for the ceremony to be outside, but we got some great photos outdoors! I loved their details so much. Here is the video with my favorite shots. Thanks to my friend Addison Hill for helping me with this one.
Amy and Kelly’s fall Trolley Barn wedding(720p) from Bonnie Heath on Vimeo.
Dee has been my friend for almost 10 years, so of course I photographed her totally awesome Día de Muertos themed wedding! She and Aaron are a great match and incredibly photogenic to boot. A thousand thank yous to Addison Hill for helping me photograph this wedding, and to my hubby for wrangling our toddler all day so that I could shoot.
Dee and Aaron’s Day of the Dead Wedding-HD (720p) from Bonnie Heath on Vimeo.
I photographed the Sankey family in Freedom Park. I love shooting there because although it’s in the middle of the city, it feels like a wide open field. Jennifer Sankey was such a great collaborator on this shoot. She dressed her family so beautifully, and brought props that would help keep the kids happy and also made for some lovely photos. Here are a few of my favorites.
Elizabeth and Alan got hitched at Big Canoe in the north Georgia mountains. Both of their families were so amazingly nice, I wanted to ask, “Will you guys adopt me?!” Their ceremony was in the chapel at Big Canoe, and their reception at the Chimneys. What a beautiful place for a wedding! Thanks to Addison Hill for lending me his talent for this event.
Elizabeth and Alan’s Big Canoe wedding from Bonnie Heath on Vimeo.