Whitney + Todd

Hi friends!!!

Finally a cold rainy day! Doesn’t feel like the holidays unless you have a few days like these!! 

However, I do feel bad for our postal people and today being the busiest shipping days of the year. I am sure they have a few choice words for this weather. 

Kim and I are off to greenville,sc for our last wedding in 2012, and then will be closing the studio down for the holiday until after the new year!!! Im am beyond excited. A good break is much needed, as well as, getting to spend some time with friends and family over the break will do this mama’s heart some good!! 

Speaking of doing good for someones heart, i know that this post is going to make whitney and todds day. They have been waiting so patiently for their sneak peek, so I am just thrilled to finally be sharing it! Their lovely wedding was at church in atlanta followed by their reception at the Piedmont Drivers Club. It was our first wedding after the time change, so one where it was dark after to ceremony, so we were able to get some amazing of camera flash photos.  Of course my favorite part was that whitney was one of three sisters!! Its always my favorite thing to watch a family dynamic that is similar to mine, but envisioning future alea and fam. 🙂 Cant imagine one of my little girls getting married. oh geez.

Whitney and Todd, I hope this is a wonderful holiday gift for your first christmas as husband and wife. We loved getting to spend the day with you both, and wish you a happy life together and a very merry christmas!!

Much joy!

alea

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