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Nicole and Matt – White Columns Country Club Wedding Preview

Is it really already December? It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving has come and gone. It seems like every year passes even faster than the last. In a way, that’s not so bad. It’s great to be busy with work. I’m so incredibly thankful for all of the amazing people who choose to have me photograph their families and weddings, and it’s certainly not something I take for granted. Every single family and couple has a unique story, and I truly love getting to know what makes every wedding and family special. Nicole and Matt are no exception to this. Nicole had originally contacted me last year about photographing their wedding. It was a bit last minute, but I was excited to be available. Right before I went out of town for a couple of weeks, Stephen and I photographed their engagement session. However, life happens, and their wedding had to be postponed. When Nicole emailed me again to let me know the new date, I was so very happy for them and couldn’t wait for their wedding. It may have been a bumpy road getting there, but I’m truly so thrilled for them. Their wedding was a beautiful way to close out an already wonderful wedding season, and I’m truly thankful to have been a part of it.

Nicole and Matt, I hope you’re enjoying your honeymoon and the beginning of married life. You absolutely deserve it.


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  • Lori Kirkwood Goodwin - Nicole, you were beautiful! So happy for you both. God Bless your marriage.ReplyCancel

  • Wilma Jackson White - Congrats you two.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Washabaugh - Thank you! And a big thank you to Ashleigh and Stephen for the amazing job photographing our wedding so we can remember it forever!!!ReplyCancel

  • Nicole and Matt - White Columns Country Club Wedding - Beatific Photography - […] and Matt’s preview told some of the story leading up to their wedding. This is a bit more of the story of the actual […]ReplyCancel

  • Sid - I was 35 and had never delivered a foraml toast before being best man in a wedding in September 2007. I paid only $1.99 for this book but it would have been well-worth the cover price. The book is a simple how-to guide for writing a toast. The book is 118 pages long, the pages are small, and for a basic toast you only need to read about half of the book. The second half of the book is for special situations (toasts for children, second weddings, post-elopement celebrations, etc.). The best part was the Toast Questionnaire in Chapter 3. Answering those twelve questions got me started and provided the raw material that became a successful toast two weeks later. I also purchased and read Wedding Toasts Made Easy by Tom Halibeck, and I recommend that book too.ReplyCancel

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