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At Four Corners Photography, we believe in documenting the little moments. It is in those moments that the bigger story of your life's adventure is told.

Kaleb + Roxy Wedding - Cleveland, Ga. Wedding Photography

We feel incredibly lucky to have been asked to be a part of and capture Kaleb and Roxy's special day. This wedding was one of those you will recall fondly for the rest of your life. For Kaleb and Roxy, there were countless hours of preparation and planning that went into this beautiful wedding. For us, we tried to mirror these efforts; so we planned, prepared, and dreamt about how we wanted to document this day for the last year. The results of our sketches, storyboards, and game plans were far better than we could have ever imagined. It is these three things took our simple ideas and gave them life:

  1. The Location: The vineyard was nestled in the mountains with Mt. Yonah in full view behind where the ceremony took place. So imagine standing on a grassy hill, surrounded by a blossoming vineyard, with bluish-grey mountains in the distance. That is where they chose to say their vows, and it was breathtaking.
  2. The Details: Roxy and family spent the last year working on the decor and details and IT SHOWED. Pretty much everything, including the wood burned "Cenita Vineyards" sign pictured below was hand made for this wedding. There was such thought, memory, and nostalgia behind everything at the wedding and our great hope was to preserve not only a memory of the objects themselves, but also the memory of the people behind them.
  3. The People: Kaleb and Roxy have found such love and joy in one another that it not only manifests in their relationship but extends beyond to everyone they interact with. Laughter and joy was in abundance at this wedding, and while the photos are static images, it is our hope that you can be a part of that day, that you can feel the joy and hear the laughter as you look at each photograph. 


Enjoy!

Blog post by Natalie and Tyler Jackson. Shot with Canon 24-70 mm f2.8L, Canon 50 mm f1.2L, Canon 16-35 mm f2.8, Canon 70-200 mm f2.8.
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