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Macy & Matthew’s engagement session at Forsyth Park in Downtown Savannah | Izzy and Co.

Macy and Matthew came to Savannah for their engagement session, and knew they wanted it to feel oh so Savannah! The two are from Alabama, but love Savannah! So much that they are getting married this Spring here. First, we started at Forsyth Park, which is perfectly Savannah! Forsyth Fountain is right in the middle […]

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Carly and Colin’s Hunter Army Airfield Engagement Session by Izzy Hudgins Photography

Carly & Colin had an incredible engagement session, at both Wormsloe and Hunter Army Airfield. Not only did I get to photograph in two awesome locations, but got to capture so much love between these two! I also love that they chose a spot that is very personal and meaningful to the two – the […]

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Mary Kate and Ryan Downtown Savannah Engagement Session | Izzy Hudgins Photography
wormsloe family portraits - spring family portrait outfits

I have been documenting the Englishes ever since Jessica & Casey’s wedding and have loved every minute of watching them turn into a family of four – I can’t believe how big their twin boys are!  I had so much fun running around and playing with them at the Wormsloe Historic Site.  The trees and […]

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Bright and colorful Savannah Elopement

Savannah holds such a special place in my heart. Not only is it one of my favorite cities to shoot in, but it is perfect for elopements! After shooting countless elopements in beautiful Historic Savannah, I wanted to share some of my tips for when you plan your Savannah Elopement! When you book me as […]

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Olivia and Jonathan’s Wormsloe Engagement Session
Carly and Collin’s Fall wedding in Historic Savannah | Izzy and Co.
Ashley’s bridal portraits in Downtown Savannah and Wormsloe | Izzy and Co.


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