maybe it’s because i was a fall bride myself, but weddings during the gorgeous autumn months are my absolute favorites. and this lineup of incredible days for four of my stunning brides was the perfect ending to a perfect year of shooting.

jaley and will (ross bridge)
my favorite behind the scenes detail: jaley wanted two completely different looks for her wedding day so she wore an exquisite maggie sottero gown for her ceremony and then surprised all of her guests with a blush vera wang gown for her reception.
ross bridge wedding

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alex and tyler (independent presbyterian church, the birmingham museum of art)
my favorite behind the scenes detail: alex and tyler met while working together at the apple store, so what better wedding gift could he give her than a personalized iPod shuffle with her new name on it?
birmingham art museum wedding

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jennifer and david (shoal creek)
my favorite behind the scenes detail: with guests flying in from a variety of countries across five different continents, jen and david’s wedding was truly an international affair!
shoal creek wedding

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caroline and henry (paris, france)
my favorite behind the scenes detail: caroline’s stylist, shelby of beauty shock, wanted her to have a blend of different looks to match all the places we were shooting, so he rode in the car with us and restyled her hair in between each stop.
paris wedding
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well that does it, my friends! we’ve looked back at the beautiful frosty days of my winter brides and the fresh and lovely weddings of my spring brides. we swooned over the impeccable style of my summer brides, and we wrapped it up today with a look back at the stunning fall brides that rounded out a spectacular year here at allison lewis photography. reliving each of these weddings reminds me how thankful i am for the delight this job is to me and how honored i always am to be trusted with telling these stories. thank you to all who make this dream a reality!

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