Brittany & Mitchel • Wedding Photos

View Brittany & Mitchel’s Engagement Photos
View Brittany’s testimonial for Shutter Pop Photo

Hair Salon – Chelsea Salon
Wedding Venue – St. Peter’s Anglican Church
Flowers – Missy Gunnel’s Flowers
Reception Venue – The Golf Club at Summerbrooke
Cake – The Cake Shop

Chelsea Salon & Spa Bride starting to get her hair fixed up Bride and bridesmaids collage while at the salon Inside of the hair salon Bride in the process of getting her hair done Collage of bride and bridesmaids inside of Chelsea Salon Bridesmaids pow-wow All finished getting hair dos, onto more wedding day prep St. Peters Anglican Church in Tallahassee, exterior and interior, stain glass Bridal party getting ready in dressing room Bridal party getting ready in dressing room Bride putting her dress on Bride putting accessories and shoes on Engagement ring around bride’s finger Collage of bridesmaids and bride Groomsmen hanging around before wedding, playing foosball Running to the chapel in the rain Ceremony anticipation, final touchups of groomsmen Groom and groomsmen at the altar Seating guests at the ceremony Bride walking down the aisle Ceremony collage Wedding ceremony is finished, postshots Bride and groom, just married, kissing Details at Summerbrooke Golf Club; candles, exterior, wedding cake Guest arrival and reception photos First dance, parent dance First dance with the bride and groom Bride and groom cut the cake Photo display at the reception Friends and family dancing at the reception Black and white of the new bride and groom dancing Collage of guests dancing Closing shot of the bride and groom kissing as friends and family blow bubbles on them

Bride’s Testimonial

As a young bride planning a wedding on a budget, I had no idea where to start when it came to picking a photographer. I visited so many websites full of technical, photography jargon that I found myself back at square one. I knew I didn’t want a director who would pose me all night long and distract my attention from family and friends. I longed for a real person who would capture the most precious moments on the best day of my life. Luckily, by word of mouth, Spencer Hopkins was recommended.

Upon first meeting with Spencer, I knew I was working with a professional. He didn’t try to bombard me with information about fancy camera lenses and package pricing. He simply asked what I was looking for in a photographer. I told him I wanted someone who was laid back enough to fade into the background and get candid shots, but who could also take charge when necessary to get the perfect picture. Boy, did he deliver!

Spencer was an absolute joy to work with, starting with beautiful engagement photos and ending at the reception. I felt extremely comfortable and at ease through out the entire process. He was extremely punctual and professional at all times, even the most precious of times like getting ready for my big moment. Spencer took great care to respect and accommodate the wishes of our priest and church during our traditional ceremony, while still getting some of the most intimate shots I will cherish for the rest of my life. After the ceremony, Spencer took charge with out being pushy. He organized both families into some predetermined shots and we made it to our reception earlier than we had planned! Spencer conducted himself very professionally around all of my family, wedding party, and guests. He was always there when I wanted him, I never had to search for him, which gave me a great sense of security that every shot I wanted would be there in the end.

And they were. The quality of the pictures was astounding. My friends and family were so impressed. Spencer has such a great eye for detail. Some of the most beautiful shots he got were ones I didn’t even know he took. Nothing was left out. I will absolutely cherish my photos for the rest of my life, and I will always remember the positive experience granted to me by Spencer. Not only is he a professional, he is a considerate individual who really shows a love and passion for the quality of his photography.

~ Brittany Hutto