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Matt and Anna :: 09.29.07 :: Early Hill Plantation :: Greensboro, GA

By December 7, 2007March 2nd, 2010Weddings

I had the hardest time choosing images for this post. I came away with sooo many outstanding images. You’ll want to make sure and see all the best images in the slide show.

Matt and Anna were such a great couple to photograph. Their wedding at the Early Hill Plantation in Greensboro, GA was AMAZING! This gorgeous home (c. 1825) with all its southern charm was the perfect place for a wedding. It is actually owned by Anna’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoch. They have recently decided to use Early Hill as a wedding venue and Matt and Anna were their first couple. So, if you’ve not decided upon your wedding venue, then definitely check out Early Hill.

Check out the slide show HERE.

Anna had her hair and makeup done in nearby Watkinsville, GA.

The dog decided the best place was next to Anna’s dress.

These next two were shot in one of the upstairs rooms. I picked this room because of the amazing afternoon sunlight streaming in through the windows. I believe it will now be the official “bridal room.”

Matt and Anna’s wedding even had a horse drawn carriage! My assistant Steven Wallace captured this one.

Be sure to check out the slide show HERE.

Join the discussion 4 Comments

  • Anne Almasy says:

    Your work just gets more and more amazing. I hate you. JUST KIDDING! Ha. 😀 😀 😀 These photographs are fantastic. Matt and Anna must be SO happy!

  • Anne Almasy says:

    And oh yeah, that dog photo is hilarious!

  • Ashley Williamson says:

    Oh, that dog with the dress… A-Mazing! I love it!

  • Morgan Guritz says:

    That’s my old house! My stepdad is a developer and we bought it “gutted” and completely restored it. We sold it about five years ago. I’m sad it isn’t residential anymore but I suppose it’s good that people get to enjoy it for weddings. The pictures are beautiful, the house is still in good shape.

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