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As a wedding photographer, I see so many weddings, but Alex and Jordan’s wedding at The Westin was one for the books! It was a gorgeous day full of exceptional and colorful details. Alex has a master’s from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and she was inspired by the beautiful city where she […]

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bride and groom portraits in park

It’s not just me at Izzy + Co Photography! We have some amazing associates, like Hannah, who also photograph weddings and sessions. Hannah photographed this Atlanta wedding at The Peachtree Club for her friend, also named Hannah! Hannah and Alex were college sweethearts, and now they live in Atlanta. The Hannahs actually went to law […]

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central park engagement session
Three-tier artisan cake by Vanilla And The Bean

Earlier this year, I shared the first part of Olivia and Jimmy’s engagement session, which took place at the Byron Courthouse in Denver. And now I’m excited to share the second half of their engagement session! The couple wanted to embrace their love of winters in Colorado, so we did the shoot outdoors. I love traveling […]

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Historic Savannah wedding day portraits for a winter wedding

For Deana and David, their winter wedding in Savannah wasn’t just about tying the knot but about bringing together their two families to celebrate. When they started to plan their destination wedding, they knew they wanted to create a thoughtful wedding experience for their guests. As a wedding photographer, I love nothing more than a wedding […]

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Bride in the Boady Gown by Wtoo, portraits in Historic Savannah

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