Greg is kind of a big deal, and I’m not sure if it’s because he’s a stellar author of bestselling books, or because he’s got a girl like Caroline at his side. Either way, they’re quite the duo, and they compliment one another beautifully. Their wedding at their home in Natchez, MS was a perfect combination of intimacy and elegance paired with quite a party. I remember Caroline telling me that they just wanted to enjoy a relaxed day with their favorite people and I think that’s exactly what happened… I’m just so glad they had me along for it all.


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  • Becky JexJanuary 15, 2015 - 11:18 pm

    Awww yiiissssss, I made the blog :))) These are awesome, Robby! Beautiful work, but no surprise there.

  • Betty IlesJanuary 15, 2015 - 11:38 pm

    great pictures

  • Kathie BlankensteinJanuary 16, 2015 - 2:20 am

    Beautiful pictures of one of my beautiful “faux” grandaughters and her handsome and famous new husband!.

  • Eileen Nash RichardsonJanuary 16, 2015 - 3:22 am

    Awesome pictures !

  • Keeley Peabody McgrathJanuary 16, 2015 - 5:56 am

    Beautiful Wedding and a lovely reception! : )

  • Tana ArcherJanuary 17, 2015 - 5:32 am

    Fabulous pics!! Best wishes to you both!!

  • Adriane GlazierJanuary 17, 2015 - 7:43 pm

    These are beautiful reminders of an unforgettable day.
    Wishing you every happiness and a life lived long and well, with love, from Chicago. xo

Well, believe it or not, I do still blog weddings. And I couldn’t be happier to share this one with you. Jess and I traveled earlier this month to India to complete the adoption of our daughter, Eden, so our days have clearly been filled to the max. I want to go on and on about how sweet our days have been as a family of four, but will instead go on and on about just how sweet it was to spend the day with these two as their wedding photographer.

Yanci and Ben have been an ideal couple to work with: low maintenance, incredibly trusting, and super beautiful – especially when they’re together. I shoot a lot of weddings at this Jackson venue, but The South just hasn’t gotten old for me yet. All of it’s color and warmth was the perfect setting to wrap around people as classy and inviting as these.

Yanci, thank you for your heartfelt words about the photos you’ve seen up to this point. Jess and I so wish you and Ben lived closer so we could spend more time with you two. Best wishes to you both!

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If you can’t tell from the photos, Kristie & Drew are just cool. My favorite thing about Kristie is her wit. She’s one of the sharpest people I know when it comes to a quick comeback or just making any situation into something funny, which is a great quality to have on your wedding day incase things don’t go exactly as planned. We were good friends in college, so shooting the wedding was pretty much like hanging out with all of my closest college friends all day. Drew and I grew up in the same city, but never knew each other until I moved to Clinton for school. Drew’s cool. He’s one of those guys that doesn’t have to try very hard and just pulls it off. And it’s very apparent how much he cares for Kristie by his interaction with her. This wedding was great, and I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed getting to take them.

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  • Chesney StevensDecember 18, 2014 - 4:30 pm

    pretty pretty pretty.

So I show up in Ellisville, MS to shoot for Ashley & Alex at a barn, and there’s a huge, white horse being brushed inside the barn. So I think, “I wonder if they’ll let us use that horse for some photos?” Little did I know that the whole reason I was at this barn was to use that horse for some photos. Ashley has spent a lot of her life showing horses. And to make it even better, she and Alex met at a horse show, and they both are still actively showing horses (apparently they compete against each other, but you’ll have to ask them if you want to know who wins more). So having this horse in these photos makes a lot of sense for these two. I’m all about incorporating something you might not typically see in an engagement photo, and it’s the best possible scenario when it’s something that’s relevant to a couple’s story. I had a lot of fun with you, Ashley and Alex. Hope you enjoy the photos!
I think at this point the horse was trying to let me know that he was ready to be done taking photos.

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Karleigh & Daniel are two cool kids. They’ve been dating since high school and will both be finishing college in 2015. They’re one of those couples that’s just really comfortable and easy to be around. One thing that’s always stood out to me about them is that they both genuinely care about other people and spend a lot of their time together doing just that. I was really excited that they chose me to document one of the most important days of their life in the near future and a few pics of them just being themselves together on the side. Hope you enjoy. 

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  • Linda Emerick HellerOctober 14, 2014 - 1:47 pm

    Fantatic photos and beautiful subjects!! Love you both and so blessed to know you!!! You are both amazing!