Katie grew up vacationing on Scenic Hwy 30A so it was very fitting to get married at her parent’s home in Watersound,  a beautiful coastal community.  Her wedding gown was designed by Vera Wang and her bouquet was wrapped in lace from her mom’s bridal gown.  Her tailored made bridesmaids dresses are designed by Lula Kate. Katie’s cake was made by Confections on the Coast to mimic her wedding gown and her cake table linens were made by I Do Linens.  Chez Renee provided the adorable vintage rentals that were all around.  Florals By The Sea did an amazing job with the event design and flowers,  my favorite were the live cherry blossom branches,  just beautiful!  Stephanie Tate brought everything together with her talented wedding planning team.

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  1. Paul and Mecheal,
    clark and I could not be more thrilled with every picture! you captured so many amazing moments! I cant wait to see the rest!! I know they will all be just as amazing! Thank you again,
    Katie and Clark

  2. I love all the work you do! Katie’s wedding pics are amazing! I love when u shoot a wedding i did the hair for because the pics always look amazing!

  3. What an awesome wedding to be able to photograph! Love all the details!

  4. Beautiful wedding, and beautiful images! LOVE!

  5. Awesome as always!! Danny’s onto the video edit now!! Paul and Mecheal prove once again why they are la creme de la beach.

  6. Katie and Clark—Absolutely love the pictures! The images that were caught are amazing! Such a beautiful wedding and one to remember. Had a wonderful time!

  7. That dress is AHHHHmazing! Beautiful pictures as always!

  8. Okay the wall with the open frames? That is totally brilliant, I’ve never seen that at a wedding and I’ve shot a lot of weddings. :) So, so cute. The images are all gorgeous too :)

  9. These photographs are stunning. Nothing more to it. You really capture the beauty and excitement there is to find on such occasion. Wonderful.

This is the sweetest,  most selfless couple and we were so blessed to share in their wedding day with them.  They were married in St. John’s Evangelical Church established in 1874 with their children at their side.  They welcomed their closest friends and family to a reception with wonderful food and music then whisked away for a romantic honeymoon for a few weeks.   Upon their arrival home,  Cullman, Alabama was devastated by an enormous tornado that has changed this little town forever.   The historic church they were married in suffered little damage and has become a shelter for those without a home.  A fund has been set up for churches and individuals devastated to donate to in order to help in the rebuilding efforts of Cullman.  If you would like to help Cullman’s community,  checks can be made out to “Ministry to Cullman” P.O. Box 100, Cullman, Alabama 35055.  If you would like to contact Rev. Richter please visit the church’s website: www.stjohnscullman.com

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  1. To Vicki and Vince, seems as if you had a magical wedding, your pics are beautiful. I loved the one of u and Matt together and the one where he was holding the microphone, I wish you a lifetime of happiness, by looking at you and Vince I can say that dreams do come true. May God shine his blessings on you guys for a lifetime of happiness and love.

  2. It was a very beautiful wedding.I am so happy for you Vicki.

  3. truly breath taking…

  4. What a BEAUTIFUL wedding! I love this church, y’all rock!

The herb rosemary is the symbol of remembrance and fidelity.   Haley and John wanted their wedding day to be a wonderful day to remember.  She demonstrated her fidelity by wearing her grandmother’s broach on the sash on her gorgeous gown by Melissa Sweet and her mother’s personal veil.  Haley was breathtaking.  The bridesmaid’s dresses are by Priscilla of Boston.

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  1. What beautiful pictures!! Thank you for capturing so many special moments. What a beautiful bride. Our family is so blessed. MOG- mother of the Groom”

  2. Honestly, those are some of the most amazing photos (it doesn’t hurt to have such a beautiful bride!). Thank you to PJ Photography for documenting such a wonderful time in their lives; & giving us soo many great images to look back on. I can’t wait to see the whole album! Love you Bobbert & Haley! SOG- Sister of the Groom xoxo

  3. Impressive calm & very blend of mix of wedding photos ,Love to see it..Thank you for sharing.

  4. I just found a blog that ends up on my bookmark on my computer here in Sweden…so beautiful and stunning photos :)Thanks for the inpiration. Camilla, Sweden

Watercolor Weddings always go off without a hitch,  this one was no exception!  I loved every single detail of this wedding.   Nikki is so beautiful and they are both adorable together!

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  1. Paul, your images really inspire me! They are so beautiful, so full of emotions

  2. Nikki Teufel-Smedberg is the most beautiful bride I know :) What a great day! And a beautiful event. :) So glad you were here to capture the moments :)

  3. wow..amazing photo shoot,I really like all the shots posted here.

04.08.2011
filed under: Creative Sessions

LOVE. THIS. PAIR.

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  1. Great photo shoot! Love all of them!!

  2. How cute! Love it!!

  3. Such a cute session! I love, love, love it! The last one is the best!

  4. great session paul! this one made me smile…

The morning before the wedding,  Jenny,  Julie’s mom planned a very sweet brunch for Julie’s closest friends.

Julie’s bouquet was made to incorporate seashells that she and her mom had collected over the years.  Just after sunset,  the guests used lanterns,  that had their names and table numbers tied to them,  to light the to way to their seats for a family style dinner prepared by Townsend Catering.

Julie wore these amazing peacock colored shoes which tied in beautifully with her bridesmaid’s dresses.

Each bridesmaid wore a unique antique inspired broach in her hair.

It has been a long time since I have seen a wedding cake pull!  This is a very old Victorian English tradition where bridesmaids and close friends of the bride’s pull a ribbon that is attached to a charm that had been baked into the cake.  Each charm has a significant value.

The most significant expression of love I experienced at this wedding was the endurance of Julie and Dave’s family and friends.  On their wedding day there was a huge storm blowing in that brought with it gusts of wind up to 40mph!  Tent sides were hung to protect the guests during dinner but the wind was blowing so hard that we couldn’t help but get wet.  Despite all of this,  everyone had a great time. They laughed and cried as they appreciated the time they had together.  Dave is activate duty and will be going back to Afghanistan  within weeks of the wedding.  Thank you,  Dave,  for your service to our country.

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  1. Beautiful! I can’t wait to see more!

  2. Everything looks wonderful and Julie is just radiant. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Absolutely lovely——-

  4. Julie – You look beautiful, Dave looks captivated by you, and the pictures show that the ceremony was perfect even with the storm, and are true works of ART! Thanks for sharing these with me!

03.30.2011
filed under: Creative Sessions

Paul and I had a wonderful time photographing for a photographer friend of ours, Leslie Roark and her beautiful daughter Kaydence.  This is one little girl with a ton of energy!

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  1. these are officially ryan, lindsey, and erica approved! we love them! great job, P&M. leslie, you and the mini look STUNNING! xoxo

  2. OMG! They are so much more than I ever could have asked for!! THANK YOU SOO MUCH!! They are AMAZING

  3. just beautiful… !!

  4. Thank you Erica

  5. GORGEOUS! You guys did so well photographing how much these 2 love each other ;) And as always Leslie and Kay are adorable!

  6. My beautiful daughter and grandbaby!! Fabulous job!! Excellent work and beautiful subjects.

  7. Love, love, love!! Great job!

  8. These are great. I especially love the processing on the 5th shot. Leslie looks fantastic as does Kaydence. Wonderful work.

  9. What a beautiful expression of your love for your child!

The Abaco Islands is the home to Hope Town, a very small settlement where Catherine’s family owns a vacation home.  Catherine’s dream was to share her wedding weekend there with as many friends and family that could come.  I’d say her dream came true!  Paul and I arrived late one night by ferry,  after a couple of plane and taxi rides.  The 150 year old light house lit the way.

Catherine’s father planned a welcoming party with an awesome band and surprised everyone with fireworks.

The next day everyone enjoyed some beach and pool time before the rehearsal dinner.

The morning after the wedding,  we all met at the family’s home for brunch and a boat ride to Cracker P’s,  a local’s favorite,  for lunch.

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  1. You already know how much I love your work, but this is seriously amazing work. Love it!! :)

  2. Looks like so much fun! I love the shot in the mirror.

  3. These are amazing! You guys did a fabulous job and the wedding was a complete blast. Yayayayayayay for Brooks and Catherine!

  4. Paul and Mecheal – words cannot express my feelings for these amazing pictures. You have outdone yourselves once again and I never thought the day would finally arrive when they would be my pictures. You have helped us to “relive” a magical weekend. Brooks and I thank you from the bottoms of our hearts.

  5. dangit! I just started crying all over again! somebody slap me!

  6. Beautiful picks. You all make me feel as if I was there. Catherine, you are a beautiful bride. Love the green shoes!

  7. Wow, so beautiful…

  8. Gorgeous, you guys! This looks like such a fun celebration, and you captured it beautifully!

  9. ABSOLUTELY STUNNING! Catherine and Brooks wedding was such a beautiful experience- and these pictures capture some of the best moments!

  10. Amazing!! I wanna be Catherine :)

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