Meg and Austin's Tennis Court Transformation, University Club of Memphis | Memphis Wedding Photographer

On February 25, 2017, Meg Stephenson and Austin Burress married in Grace St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Memphis, Tennessee. With a sweet, personal rehearsal dinner at the Memphis Zoo preceding the wedding day, Meg and Austin celebrated with their loved ones. 


On the day of the wedding, Meg and Austin shared a sweet "first look" experience in the church.

After the sweet ceremony in the stunning church, guests and the happy couple celebrated at a beautiful reception at The University Club of Memphis. Wedding planner and designer, Mona Dunlap, partnered with White Door Events and the Garden District to transform the tennis courts into a gorgeous tent of draping lights and greenery. Creamy white tulips, peachy roses, and lots of beautiful greenery made for lovely floral arrangements. Sparkling candelabras topped with more flowers made stunning centerpieces for tables surrounded by tufted khaki benches. Guests enjoyed a delicious shrimp and sushi bar catered by the University Club of Memphis. Cakes by Mom and Me created a traditional wedding cake as well as a fun replica of the Tennessee Volunteers football stadium, Neyland Stadium. Guests were entertained all evening by Brennan Villines Music


Meg's bridal makeup was styled by Kasey Acuff, and Patrick Ryan Salon gave her a beautiful bridal hairstyle. Her strapless, mermaid-style gown from Maggie Louise Bridal featured a tulle skirt and an embellished sash. Meg wore a long, lacy veil to complement the lace pattern on her gown.


Her bridal party wore identical gowns with sweetheart necklines and dropped sleeves in a flattering pastel shade. The groom and his men wore matching black tuxedos and black bow ties.



To see more photos of Meg and Austin's wedding, visit their gallery page on our website! 

"It's Miller Time": Miller and Hunter's Fun, Family Celebration at The Columns, Memphis | Memphis Wedding Photographer

On February 11, 2017, Miller Crenshaw and Hunter Cowan celebrated their marriage with family and friends. The couple began the celebration with a rehearsal dinner the night before the wedding at the University Club of Memphis.  Miller and Hunter have an appreciation for family tradition, so they willingly sipped their ceremonial drink from one another's old gym shoes. 



On Saturday, Miller and Hunter were married in the beautiful Calvary Episcopal Church of Memphis. With its high ceilings and stunning stained-glass windows, the church made for an exceptional wedding venue. The Garden District designed the floral arrangements, and White Door Events provided the rentals. Mona Dunlap served as wedding designer and coordinator. 

The reception for this fun-loving couple was held at The Columns in Memphis. The decorations for the party were classic and elegant with lots of greenery and trees wrapped in twinkling lights. Shimmering crystal candelabras served as centerpieces for the tables covered in glitzy tablecloths. The candles and lighted trees gave the venue a magical feel. With the "Miller Time" theme in mind, guests were served glass bottles of Miller Light and given Miller High Life baseball caps. Guests enjoyed a spread of delicious meats, cheeses, and other delectable treats by Elizabeth Heiskell Catering. The fun continued with a hilarious groom's cake and a special first dance as Mr. and Mrs. Cowan. 

Hunter's bridal hair was styled by Kelly Beers Salon of Memphis, and Alicia Boldreghini George did her makeup. Hunter's bridesmaids wore identical spaghetti-strap gowns in a dark teal shade. The groom and his men wore classic black tuxedos and matching bow ties. 

After an evening of celebration with friends and family, Miller and Hunter drove away to the sound of their loved ones chanting the familiar "Hotty Toddy" cheer. 

To see more photos of Miller and Hunter's special day, visit their album on the wedding page of our website. 

Elizabeth and Robert's Winter Wonderland Wedding at Memphis Country Club | Memphis Wedding Photographer

"This day is finally real, and I'm not playing dress up this time!", Elizabeth said to her mom and sister as they buttoned her dress.  Her mom proceeded to tell that she, like every little girl, had dreamed of this day for a very long time.  "She loved weddings so much, we had her a wedding birthday party!"  



On Saturday, February 4, 2017 Elizabeth Gibson's dreams came true when she and Robert Margeson were married at Independent Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee. Elizabeth's classic taste was showcased in a beautiful church ceremony complete with stunning arrangements of white and pale pink flowers from the Garden District.



The reception at the Memphis Country Club married a cozy, cabin feel with classic, elegant touches. Wedding planner, Mona Dunlap, and event designer, White Door Events, put together a functional, relaxing space for guests to visit and chat, lounging on sofas draped in furry throws. Throughout the reception hall, guests could spy rustic touches like antlers and ski gear. The wintry, ski theme was inspired by the couple's own love story, and snowy photographs of Elizabeth and Robert added a personal touch. The groom's cake was created by Cakes by Mom and Me of West Memphis, Arkansas. The cake was a showstopper with a working ski lift on the snowy cake mountaintop. For a few fun touches, the couple offered a sushi bar and hot dogs. Infinity Band of Memphis kept the guests entertained all night. 


Elizabeth's bridal party wore light, neutral gowns in a grayish beige shade with crisscross necklines. The groom and his men wore striking, classic black tuxedos. Elizabeth's timeless, slightly off-shoulder style gown from Maggie Louise Bridal featured a lacy back and neckline and a twirly, full skirt. Her stunning bridal makeup complemented her classic, lacy veil. 

In this winter wonderland wedding, classic, neutral color palettes and timeless decorations created an experience one will never forget. The perfect marriage of traditions and trends, this special day was perfect for such a sweet couple. 


To see more of Elizabeth and Robert's special day, check out their wedding album on our website!