St. George's Episcopal Wedding | Memphis Wedding Photographer | The Bogan's

Updated: Jun 23

Something I noticed almost immediately about Kamyl and Linzie was how they always keep a positive attitude. I saw them always smiling at the situation and finding a clever way to make a joke. The second was how calm they were when together. It was like you could finally see the puzzle piece that was missing when they were together. It's pretty precious.


The truth about wedding planning is that there will be factors you hadn't thought of that might suddenly jump in the way of things. Maybe the flowers you wanted had a shortage, or you have to figure out how to creatively fit many more people in a room than your originally planned. You want to have a partner that knows how to keep things chil. AND then make sure you have a kick ass team of vendors that know exactly what to do. And Kamyl and Linzie did just that.




So, before we jump into these photos, I want to highlight the amazing vendor's the Bogan's hired.


The GORGEOUS florals, decorations AND coordination was by the talented Nakeisha at Petals Studio. The look was brought by hair stylist Brandon Rowan. Josh Diliyok Productions provided the brilliant videography. Ferdinand Catering created some delicious meals while Cakes by Carolyn made the awesome Secret Avengers Cake. Draping was by GYT Draping Design Studio. Special thanks to my assistant photographer, Nicole Spartz. This whole thing couldn't have been possible without Sarah Bettendorf as the Church Coordinator.













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Fine Art Wedding Photographer in Memphis, TN. Michelle Evans Art focuses on relaxed yet stunning wedding photography and portraiture that showcases Y-O-U in a straight-up, and real way.