Category Archives: Destination

Yoke and James wanted an engagement session that they would remember forever. They decided to do a rural session with horses at White Magnolia in Kentwood, Louisiana. The location was a beautiful setting to capture the love of these two wonderful people. We loved this session, and we think the horse fell in love with […]

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In Woodville, Mississippi we had so much fun shooting Whitney and Will’s wedding and city wide reception. That’s right, the couple invited the city of Woodville to enjoy an amazing reception with elaborate food and dancing for the whole night.  The wedding was full of creativity, from the tractor full of beer to the tambourines […]

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We had so much fun photographing Heather and Nick’s wedding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The bride and groom had their wedding ceremony was at United Methodist Church, and their reception was at White Oak Plantation. The smiles and laughter at this wedding were bright and full of joy. Heather has four brothers, so these handsome men […]

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Come join Eye Wander Photo for the first of our new advanced photo workshops! Passionate & fun wedding/portrait photographer Aaron Hogan of Eye Wander Photo in Baton Rouge is teaching an intense one day Intermediate/Advanced Lighting and Editing photo workshop for those seeking to fine tune their photography skills. You must already have a working […]

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There is not another city that knows how to celebrate more than The Crescent City “New Orleans“. If you are looking to have a destination wedding, New Orleans provides a creative, soulful experience.  This post features photos that display the art of the second line brass band parade which is a Mardi Gras tradition. Most Louisiana […]

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Louisiana locals Denise and Bobby Soileau had an elegant wedding on March 25, 2016 at Houmas House in Darrow, Louisiana, a popular destination wedding spot. This quaint wedding held under some of the largest oak trees in the south included only the bride and groom’s closest friends and family.  When we first met this couple we immediately felt […]

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