Sarah Sidwell Photography spends some time at a farmers florist near Nashville, TN, picking vegetables, playing with sheep and capturing the owners while they work on their property.
We have loved seeing this beautiful family grow over the past year! After we photographed their wedding earlier this year (see it here), I got to go back to their family farm in Franklin, Tennessee and photograph this sweet family of three!
He is a builder, she is an interior designer and I felt a little bit like I was getting to hang out and photograph Chip & Joanna! This in-home maternity session is so sweet and cozy and I can’t wait for you to take a look!
This wedding was beautifully intimate and it all took place in the woods! What an amazing experience. All the details came together to create such a wonderful, rainy woodland dream.
“I am so excited to begin sharing photos from our trip to Thailand with you..”
I admire these two. They’ve been through moves, furthering their education, late nights studying, job changes, more moves, new dreams, and so much more than I even know. And through easy days and hard days, they’ve grown together… They live their lives with zeal — the joy and excitement they express over small things in life makes me smile. They didn’t need a big life changing moment to know that this time in their lives deserves remembrance. Celebrating the small things and the ordinary must be at least one of the keys to a happy life and a happy marriage. 😉 . . .
When Jessica was a senior in high school she decided not to take senior photos, but when she was a sophomore in college—- she and her mom started to regret that decision. In comes *Krista* who recommends they contact me to take some senior portraits…. errr, should I say sophomore portraits? Either way, I am so glad that I got to meet Jessica when I did. As a sophomore in college she was taking many of the same art and photography classes that I took a few years before, we had so much fun chatting about professors, the photo lab and the endless hours spent in the dark room developing film. . . .
From exploring nature, playing with sticks, leaf fights, and a ridiculously funny piggy back ride– these guys are a blast! They know how to have fun and engage with their kids. It is always an honor to document this family.