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One of my favorite things to photograph at a wedding is well design floral arrangements.  And Liz at Siloh is one of my favorite floral artists.  Below are just a few photos of her beautiful work.  You can see more here:

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I love to suggest to my couples to steal away for a quick photo session right after the ceremony, even if you got the majority of your photos out of the way beforehand.  It is a nice moment for the two of you to celebrate your union together before moving into the role of a host.  It also gives us more variety for your couple photos as it offers us a new location to shoot and different lighting options. Plus you guys will be extra sweet and affectionate riding on the high of your ceremony which will make for GREAT photos.