Capturing Hannah and Won’s engagement session at Wormsloe Historic Site and the Savannah Historic District was a dream! The pair surprised me by bringing along their new kitten, Georgia (lovingly nicknamed “Georgie”) who they found by a dumpster two days before their session. They decided to take her home and adopt her into the family! And I can’t imagine two more loving parents for this sweet kitten.
I met Hannah through her sister, Patricia. Patricia is one of my Fall brides this year! You may remember her from her very own engagement session in Athens back in the spring. It’s evident that God gifted Patricia & Hannah’s family with two beautiful souls from the moment you meet them! They are bright lights of positivity and kindness. And I felt complete joy being around them.
When Hannah reached out about capturing her engagement session, I immediately said yes. Even though I’m already booked for another wedding on the day she’ll marry Won, I’m so happy that I could be apart of her wedding story – even if it’s only the beginning!
I met Hannah and Won at the Wormsloe Historic Site. You’ll recognize Wormsloe’s jaw-dropping entrance of Spanish Moss dripping down from the trees above because it’s been featured in countless movies (the most popular being The Notebook!) Our light was perfect, softly glowing from behind the moss and shining brilliantly for my camera!
After taking some of my favorite images in this low country setting, we made our way to Savannah’s iconic Forsyth Park. We walked by the fountain, through the orchards and out of the park to the surrounding squares and brownstones. My favorite feature of Savannah is the mixture of Spanish moss with the historic architecture and weathered, pastel town houses!
Hannah & Won, thank you for bringing me to gorgeous Savannah for your session! You certainly know how to make my little photographer heart happy. I mean, Savannah + sunset + a kitten? That’s the perfect combination for JOY! I hope you two have a gorgeous wedding! I’ll be celebrating with you from afar!