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Clay and Hannah

From the minute I walked into the hotel room where Hannah and her girls were getting ready, I knew it was going to be a really special day!! Weddings days are always special of course… but sometimes there’s an extra sense that something truly sacred is about to happen… the joining of two souls into one. It’s so obvious that God made Hannah and Clay for each other and it was nothing short of the biggest honor to get to capture it!!
It was also so obvious that Hannah and Clay are adored by their family and friends. I feel so grateful to be welcomed into days like this… as if I’m a part of the family! There was just so much joy and everyone was so loving and giving! 

Hannah slipped on her gown with the help of her mama and bridesmaids and she looked absolutely breathtaking..

I couldn’t wait for Clay to see her! 

She made her way down the aisle in the gardens outside of the gorgeous 2941 restaurant and Clays face said it all…I looked over and saw his mama staring back at him while everyone else was looking at the bride…and since having my own son it was the first time I got teary thinking about that moment! So special!!

The sunlight beamed through the trees so brightly as they were saying their vows… as if God was shining down on their new covenant. It was so magical!!

Hannah, Clay, and family, thank you so much for inviting me in to such a special day!! Congratulations again! I hope you enjoy a few of my favorites!!

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  1. Kathleen Matson

    November 1st, 2018 at 9:03 pm

    Anna, The pictures are gorgeous! We loved having you photograph the wedding! Your sweet presence helped capture so many wonderful memories. THANK YOU!!

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