it unfolded a little differently than usual. with his work schedule and her finishing law school at LSU, there wasn’t much time for a meet and greet in birmingham. so i sat down to coffee with her mom and we chatted through the vision they had for their wedding photography. after an hour or so of talking over the details, i felt like i left with a pretty good sense of who they are individually and as a couple, and i couldn’t wait until we could actually meet face-to-face.
several months passed and life began to slow to a manageable pace so we made plans to sit down as a group at the same coffee house where i’d first met with her mom. and much to my delight, after just a few minutes of talking together, it felt like i was catching up with old friends. we joked, we laughed, and in response to their story of meeting while studying in france, i shared my enthralling story of meeting my husband in homewood, al. i left our coffee date that day knowing that we would all make a great team for what promised to be their exquisite wedding day.
kierstyn and david, i truly loved every minute of shooting your wedding day and spending that time with you, your families, and friends. you make life fun for everyone around you, and i’m thankful to have had the honor of sharing in your beautiful first day of marriage. (oh, and mrs. mosco…we might have taken a headless shot or two throughout the day. am i fired?) 😉
congratulations to the new mr. and mrs. viviano!!
with special thanks…
ceremony venue: st. mark the evangelist catholic church
floral design: dorothy mcdaniel’s flower market
reception venue: renaissance ross bridge golf resort and spa
catering: renaissance ross bridge golf resort and spa
cake artist: CT cakes
entertainment: nationwide coverage
photography: allison lewis photography (with justin poland)