I picked up The Knot magazine to see what's new in the wedding world and i was pleasantly surprised when I saw a photo we took of Kelly and Kenneth way back on July 15th, 2006!
This is a full page image located conveniently on the very last page : ) This is pretty awesome for Kelly and Kenneth as well!
Hey, Hey, Hey it was Turkey Day and the Chamberlins were off to where the stars at night are big and bright deep in the heart of Texas- a.k.a. Aunt Kellie's house! Well, we hopped on one of Atlanta's finest- no not coke-a-cola, no not the police department- Delta.
The orange button with the little lady bought us our first 10 minutes on the plane.
then we were so lucky to have a sweet woman named Suzie to lend her lap to for Gracyn's amusement.
Little man did not want to take his seat. This was his first flight.
Here we come Texas!
Time to shop. Gracyn was choosing the milk of his choice for Thanksgiving.
Gracyn was picking a plump one..... where is that stuffing?
17 pounds of Turkey. 23 pounds of Gracyn.
Kellie with the bird. Whit and i don't really eat meat but i decided to join Kellie on the way to the meat market. What a wild place. it was straight out of Germany and they were serious about their meat.
Bentley, the chocolate lab, needed a good run for the day so we went to the park. Him and Gracyn were very competitive.
Gracyn with the papa...
Gracyn with the mama....
We did a mini shoot of Kellie, Steve and Bentley. When i say "mini" i mean Gracyn was crying, Steve was at the pivotal moment in the kitchen, the sun was down and it started to SNOW. Have i mentioned that Bentley is 2 years old and wild...
Chocolate lab gone wild.
While we were shooting we were also trying to keep Gracyn off of a ladder
i love this photo of him.
This was such a memorable meal. Bravo Steve- that turkey was amazing! Ginger carrots and creamiest mash potatoes ....yummy!
These are the moments of motherhood that i love. I haven't quite opened my eyes yet (food hangover) but i know my little man is near and ready to get me up.
We have been so fortunate to have AMAZING clients! And most of them are exceptionally creative- such as these extraordinary folks- Ashley and Dusty. They took Studio 900 and turned into a "marry land". Mostly made from hand was the ceremony decor and the letterpress invites. If you ever want custom invites, Ashley is the women to go to. So here we go...
The studio already is set with some pretty rad backdrops....
i love her purple pants popping out.
A is for Atlanta Ashley
the "getting ready" was pretty unique considering we had a cyclorama wall...
It was such a witty ceremony considering their vows were in the style of Dr. Seuss. Truly Awesome!
Ben and Jerry's cart at the reception!
the ceremony was over and the lanterns came down...
To add to this fabulous and fun day, they surprised me with a cake since it was my birthday! This is me- so happy/ so exhausted after shooting a wedding!