If boho is your style, you have got to check out this gorgeous styled session that I attended. This setup made City Park look like a dream!
at New Orleans City Park
These out-of-towners knew how to throw a classic New Orleans wedding. St. Louis Cathedral was such an elegant backdrop for their portraits.
at St. Louis Cathedral & Antoine's
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Hey Y’all! I’m Elizabeth Collins, owner and photographer for Elizabeth Collins Photography. Come learn about how my photography journey started and how it has evolved into the successful small business that it is today!
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I had no idea what to expect when I photographed my first wedding. I was nervous, for sure, and had spent weeks making a game plan and asking Facebook groups for advice. No matter how much I planned and researched for the day, nothing could have ever prepared me for the excitement I felt when I got to capture the biggest moment in this couple's life.
The music faded, guests fell quiet, and the doors in the back of the church slowly opened to reveal a stunning bride. In that moment, the groom smiled, relieved that the moment was finally here, and the bride shed a few small tears. They only had eyes for each other, but my eyes were on them. The bride wasn't able to see the proud smile on her father's face when he escorted her down the aisle, and the groom couldn't see his best man tearing up. But I did.
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