Happy Monday! Today's engagement session is quite unique and you just might die when you see this amazeballs location. Diana and Patrick exuded pure coolness during their engagement session with Tennessee photographer Jessie Holloway. (Be sure to check out her blog by the way, it's really really pretty.) Aside from being an utterly adorable couple, these two probably win the award for the most outrageous engagement location ummm ever. The Minister's Treehouse in Crossville just so happens to be the world's largest treehouse. And it rules. It took the creator over 14 years and 258,000 nails to create this massive structure. It's the venue that just keeps on giving and giving and giving. This spot is going on the bucket list.
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Hola readers! Hope you are all feeling relaxed and well rested after the weekend. This was our first weekend to not be on the move in over a month. So we really relished our plan-free time. PS - I have an awesome submission in store for you today. Texas based photographer, Rachael Lindsy, sent over the truly fabulous wedding of Shae and Drew who made things official this April. The best part about this wedding? This creative couple made most of the key details featured today. Drew tackled the invitations and the signs. Shae handled the decor and the dessert bar treats. The pavilion in Trinity Park, which dates back to the Depression, topped off their vintage affair.
Huge thanks to Rachael Lindsy Photography for this awesome submission!
I won't take up too much of your time with chit chat. I know it's Friday and you've got your weekend to get to. So I'll let Brooke Christl Photography take it away with this South Carolina stunner. Dana and Blake traveled all the way from Pennsylvania to be married at the Grand Dunes Ocean Club in beautiful Myrtle Beach. The bride chose bright and fun colors for her bridal party and truly unique flower arrangements. Scroll on my friends.
Where has the week gone? I literally blinked and it's Thursday. At least I've got a one way ticket on a south bound train. A train to Georgia to be exact. Chris and Rachel explored the classic cars and locomotives at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth. Marietta based Hailey of Photos by Hailey helped capture the sweet vintage feel of this adorable styled shoot. And I wouldn't be a 90's tween if I didn't throw in a "C'mon Ride That Train" reference. Enjoy!