With a long history of service men and women in both families, Veterans Day weekend was the perfect time for Kim and Richard to host their wedding. The wedding was held at Country Kinfolk Farm in Knoxville, Tennessee, and it was so fitting that an American Flag was painted onto the roof of the barn. Richard, the groom, served in the Marines, and Duke, the bride's son, serves in the Navy. The father of the groom served in the Navy and the father of the bride served in the Coast Guard. Love of county and pride of service shined through this beautiful wedding and reception. Kim was the loveliest autumn bride, and one of the most fun! All night she lit up the dance floor, along with another couple who has been married 60 years! They spun each other around on the dance floor like they were newlyweds! Scroll down to see all the love from this ceremony! If Kim and Richard receive 20 comments on this blog post they will be given a FREE 8x10 print, so make sure to comment for the couple!
Some of you may know that I am from a small town on the Tennessee-Kentucky line named Jellico. I often get asked to photograph seniors and families from there, which is how I came to be asked to photograph Gage for his senior portraits. I was a little nervous because I had not ever taken a boy's senior photos, but they turned out great! He wanted to capture his love of basketball and other sports he plays, so we took some photos in the high school gym and locker rooms. We were also able to go to some land with a beautiful old barn to get some of the photos, where we incorporated his dog and his bible. Check out some of my favorites from Gage's senior session below!