Anna Routh Photography » NC Wedding Photographer

Emily and Josh are two of the most wonderful people I know – full of so much joy and love for each other and for their friends and family. Their spring wedding, on the most beautiful day, was such a joy to be a part of. Emily’s mom is a very talented event planner and florist, and the evening she put together was just perfect. The pops of color, the amazing details, the delicious food – it all screamed of Emily and Josh’s colorful personalities and it came together just perfectly. Here are some of my favorite images from this beautiful day. Congratulations, Josh and Emily! Thank you for having me!

Big thanks to Style Me Pretty for featuring this lovely day on their Mid-Atlantic blog, and to Becci Ames for helping me photograph!

 


Coordination: La Fete | Floral Design: Purple Puddle | Cake:Art Of Cake | Bride’s Shoes: Michael Kors | Catering: Fig And Honey | Make Up: Skye Marra | Hair: DB Sutton | Lighting: Get Lit | DJ: DJ Spin | Transportation: Harrison Global | Bridal Gown: JCrew | Bridesmaids Necklaces: Stella And Dot | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Rock Quarry Farm | Cocktail Hour Music: Mipso | Custom Invitation Artwork: Yellow House Calligraphy | Event Design & Planning:Kathy Buck, Purple Puddle | Film Scanning: Photo Vision | Hand Painted Bar And Road Signs: Sweet Pease | Invitiations: Purple Puddle | Rentals: American Party Rentals

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Erin and Zach are two of the most wonderful people I’ve had the pleasure of photographing. Not only are they just so easy going, but they love each other and their friends and family so immensely. The joy on their faces throughout the day was so evident and so amazing. They were so excited to join their lives and their families and it showed. Erin and Zach chose the historic Scottish Rite Temple in Downtown Dallas (where they live) to tie the knot. The setting could not have been more perfect – the regal front porch, the stunning ballroom and all the details were just on point. Erin and Zach had a beautiful time celebrating with their friends and family, and it was such an honor for me to be able to capture their bond.

Huge thanks to Style Me Pretty for featuring this wedding on their Southwest Blog! And, another big thanks to Heather Moore for helping me capture this one – couldn’t have done it without you!

Floral Design: Stems Of Dallas | Cakes: Frosted Art Bakery | Ceremony Venue: Scottish Rite Cathedral – Dallas | Reception Venue: Scottish Rite Cathedral – Dallas | Hair And Makeup: Shannon Gobin Of Erin Blair Make Up & Hair Design | Event Planning And Coordination: Significant Events Of Texas | Getaway Car: Blue Diamond Limousines | Reception Band:Professor D

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Lindsay is a dear friend of mine’s older sister and she got married this past weekend in the NC mountains! I wasn’t able to capture the wedding, but I was lucky enough to be able to snag some beautiful portraits of this stunning bride. Lindsay wore her mother’s vintage dress – isn’t it amazing? By far one of my favorites ever. Lindsay, you’re a beautiful bride, and I’m so happy for you and Ridge! Congratulations!

 

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So, I’m super late to post this, but I’m nonetheless excited to share with you one of my favorite weddings from last year. This BEAUTIFUL winter wedding was nothing short of magic. Chris and Emery met in college and have journeyed together through grad school and jobs and after years of love and support, tied the knot in December of last year. Chris happens to be the Governor’s nephew, and lucky for these two Governor McCrory was kind enough to open up his home for Chris and Emery’s celebration. The Executive Mansion was decked out for the holidays – giant Christmas trees, lights everywhere, wreaths galore…it was amazing! Emery and Chris added some personal touches with soft, neutral florals, custom Christmas ornaments, the couple’s favorite ice cream sandwiches for a late night snack and a snow machine exit to end all exits. One of my favorite moments was when santa hats were passed out on the dance floor – the most festive sea of dancing Santas you’ve ever seen! I loved working with these two kind souls so much, and capturing their beautiful bond was truly an honor. Here are some of my favorite moments from this day!

HUGE thanks to my friend and super talented photographer, Caroline Lima, for helping me capture this one!




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Katy and Cameron were married on Saturday in Sophia, NC. It was a beautiful, warm evening – similar to this beautiful afternoon in Greensboro when we shot Katy’s bridal portraits. Katy was a beautiful bride, and I loved shooting these at the Bicentennial Gardens in Greensboro just at the peak of all of the spring blooms. Here are some of my favorites from this session!





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