Jennifer & Thomas | Classic Birmingham Wedding

May 16, 2019

Jennifer & Thomas were married at the¬†Trinity United Methodist Church in Homewood, Alabama right outside of Birmingham. The church was sentimental as it was Jennifer’s¬†childhood church of which her family has attended her entire life. It featured a gorgeous courtyard where Jennifer shared a first look with her father and groomsmen and opted for a first touch with Thomas before the ceremony.

After the ceremony the rain that had held off earlier in the day finally started coming down, but that didn’t stop us from taking photos outside! We all got a bit wet and one of my flashes may have received water damage, but I think the photos were well worth it!

Back at the reception at the Inverness Country Club the party had officially begun. The couple had custom drinks named for the bride and groom and their unique cakes featured their cat, Taco, and a guitar. Feel the Beat Entertainment kept everyone dancing while Jennifer and Thomas were clearly no strangers to the dance floor. Mr. Rudder even did his best Flava Flav impression having a custom chain crafted for the celebration!

The night wrapped up with the bride and groom grabbing a bite to eat at their favorite place ever, Waffle House. Needless to say, their wedding day was one to remember. Congrats again Jennifer & Thomas!!

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I love these pictures because they capture, so perfectly, the love these two share and the happiness they bring out in each other. And those Waffle House pictures…priceless!

These pictures capture the true essence of Jen and Thomas — the love they have for each other and the true joy they share in being together just pops out in each one. These pictures are magical!

These are jus gorgeous pictures!

These are beautiful! You captured this celebration perfectly! The Waffle House pictures are amazing! Thank you!

These are absolutely amazing pictures!!

Congrats to both of you

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