I have a fun little announcement coming up next, but before we post it up on the blog I wanted to introduce one of our lovely sponsors, W. Scott Chester Photography

Simply put, we’re inspired by people in love.  We see life in frames + have crafted a very unique style of wedding imagery, combining editorial portraits with photojournalistic moments and have a penchant for details.  We love how each wedding presents a new experience for us as artists + also gives us the chance to authentically connect with another brilliant couple that inspires us with their love and trusts our creative vision for their day.

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W. Scott Chester Photography is a boutique studio based in atlanta + available for wedding events globally. We absolutely love to travel so we’re offering a destination wedding special!  Mention this sponsored post + receive a 10% discount on weddings outside of GA…or a 15% discount on weddings outside of the US.  Discount based on our availability + offer expires (45 days from date of post). To see more from W. Scott Chester Photography, check out their blog.

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Comments (5)

lane dittoe | Reply

nice work! thanks, Lane

forget.me.knot.weddings | Reply

These images are beautiful! Thx for sharing off to check out the blog!

Jen | Reply

Words cannot express my obsession with all things w. scott chester!!

Melissa | Reply

I’ve been swooning over Scott Chester’s photography LONG before I was even engaged. He is one talented photographer! And we all know that behind every talented genius, there is an equally fantastic woman!

amanda | Reply

somehow I can’t see the image in this post :(

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