This is Our Happily EVER After | Everlyne & Zack’s 10th Anniversary
Atlanta Family Photography

Everlyne and Zack’s blissful marriage journey began ten years ago on May 23, 2003.  On this photo session, they wanted to remember how it all began.

The ten years anniversary is marked with an intimate sand ceremony with their two beautiful kids, Zuri and Zion to symbolize the gift of family with so many beautiful experiences that came along with it.

They brought in mementos from their wedding day and romantic honeymoon trip.  They got the glass goblets and the sand from Waikiki Beach, where they went for the honeymoon.  Moreover, Zuri and Zion added the shells because thru the years, the beach has always been one of their favorite places to be…. followed by Disney World of course :)

In the background, you can see the pictures of their wedding along with the candle ceremony to renew their commitment of being one!  The story of Everlyne’s bouquet is a remarkable one indeed.  Her bouquet was her original one that she used ten years ago… each flower came from each of her bridesmaids, so it’s pretty special for her.

What is so special on this occasion, they also used the Bible Everlyene’s dad gave for their wedding day ten years ago.  The word of God has centered them through all these years and they are so grateful for His love, provision, protection, grace and mercy.

Congratulations Everlyene and Zack for your ten years wedding anniversary!  And for your two beautiful kids, Zuri and Zion!

The pictures of Zuri and Zion holding the sign ‘Hello cucu and guka’ means Hello grandma and grandpa…. They wanted to give a shout out to them!

Amber K. Stone - February 5, 2015 - 4:43 PM


Renee Riess-Hinkson - February 7, 2015 - 8:35 PM

What a beautiful idea for a blessed family!

Oh Boy, Oh Boy! | Shama’s Baby Shower
Indian Baby Shower Photography

Shama and Chirag like to celebrate their upcoming baby’s arrival with food, games, and presents. They had a baby shower ceremony in the seventh month of Shama’s pregnancy.

It is an Indian twist on an American tradition. The ceremony began by honoring Ganesha, the God of wisdom, prosperity, good luck. The paalav of Shama’s Saari was filled with coconut, and rice by her mother and mother-in-law.

The family was very warm and inviting. Thank you Shama and Chirag for the experience and congratulations for your upcoming bundle of joy!

Harshit Soni - March 9, 2015 - 3:53 PM

Nice photography