brianna + brandon | huntsville alabama wedding photographer | a mallard stables wedding in decatur alabama

brianna and brandon’s wedding was a dream come true! it’s november, in alabama…and we’ve struggled with rain and gloomy weather for weeks!!! the morning of brianna and brandon’s wedding i woke up and was immediately giddy when i saw the sun peeking through my window shades. good weather means a good wedding day!

brianna had all of her details set up and ready to be photographed even before she arrived! talk about a dream bride… 🙂 brianna and her bridesmaids got ready at The Spot Salon in Hartselle Alabama, before heading to Mallard Stables in Decatur for the wedding festivities. the bridesmaids showed up in beautiful crimson gowns, all different styles. while the guys showed up in stunning navy suits. the groom was set apart from the crowd by wearing a gray vest along with his suit. the color combination was gorgeous!!!

so..i really have to brag on my gorgeous bride and her mother. they cooked all of the food. yes. all of it. and they even baked a cake for every single table. yes. each table got their very own, three layer cake that they could cut into whenever they wanted!!! they literally thought of everything. brianna’s mother made the bride cake. it was gorgeous!

the day was really easy going since we stuck to a schedule and portraits were a breeze! i love when my brides plan their day around photography. i think you can tell how gorgeous everything was just by this sneak peek blog post!

brianna and brandon…thank you so much for allowing me and savannah to capture your dream come true wedding day! we had a blast and we appreciate you taking us in as part of your family for the day!!! happy honeymooning!


Photographer: Lauren Coffey Photography

Second Shooter: Savannah Kay Photography

The Something Blue Shoppe

Macy’s Alfani

Macy’s Alfani

Mallard Stables, Decatur Alabama

Lillie Belle Wedding & Event Planning

DIY by Bride

Paris Lei Stratton (Hartselle) The Spot Salon

DIY (Brides Mother)

DIY Cannolis

Food was made by brides mother. Get away car belonged to bride’s uncle. Arch was rented from It’s Your Day in Hartselle.


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