Now THIS is a confetti exit!

This photo is an example of only what is to come from this particular wedding.  Explosions of color and creativity everywhere!!

More to come….


UPDATE 6/25/13 : Martha Stewart Weddings tweeted this photo and regrammed it on instagram.  We are pretty darn excited about that!

Ashley Garmon Photographers: here, there and everywhere.

AGP has been notified of a few things and also randomly found a few things that I’d like to share with you.  First, we have a photo in The Knot’s new coffee table book: The Knot Ultimate Wedding Lookbook. It’s just one photo, be we are always happy to collaborate with folks over at The Knot.  The photo is actually of my friends’ Alex and Carlo’s wedding in Napa Valley a few years ago.

Allison and Will’s wedding at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston was featured in Brides Houston Magazine:

You can read the online version here: Brides Houston.  Also if you’d like to see more from this wedding, check out the original blog post of Allison & Will.

Tiffanee and Richards wedding at Union Station in Dallas, Texas was featured on D Magazine’s blog:

Click here to read the full article and get more details on their wedding: D Magazine.  Alos, please check out Tiffanee & Richard’s original blog post.

OK, that is all I can share with you right now.  But there are a few other things coming down the pipe that I am very excited about sharing with you.  But I can’t just yet, so stay tuned!

Have a good Monday!


Modern Affair at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.

Melissa and John held their wedding at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.  They used the same space for both the ceremony and reception.  I’ve seen this many times but what they did that was different (and fabulous) was that they used lighting to create a different atmosphere for each event.  First of all, they had several trees (yes, actual trees) suspended from the ceiling.  During the ceremony only the Huppah was spot lit everything else was dark except for six trees suspended above the guests:

After the ceremony, the lighting was set to reveal the trees on the perimeter of the space and suspended from the ceiling.  The trees hung above beautifully potted succulent gardens and were completed with brightly colored faux parakeets attached to their limbs.  The lighting on the walls with dramatic shadowing gave the feeling of being in a forest:

There was not a shortage of goodies at the reception either!

What you’re looking at is a giant cupcake (in lieu of a wedding cake).  The couple resides in NYC, so The Chrysler Building and  Empire State Building served as cake toppers.

Have a great Tuesday!