Paige Reaux Photography » Mississippi Wedding and Lifestyle Photography

Courtney and Loren just had their wee one make his appearance and all of the squishy faced pictures have me so excited to meet my own little dude. Courtney and I set out months ago to capture some portraits of her as she carried Levi and I thought we’d celebrate his arrival with some throwbacks to his previous home! 😉

Courtney, you looked stunning and your outfit choices were so perfect!


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I’ve got this lovely couple’s wedding at the end of this year and I couldn’t be more elated! I just love spring-time engagement sessions. The sun is so golden, it’s not too hot. I will admit the mosquitos at this river location were intense, but nothing we all couldn’t handle and goodness, you can’t even tell Ryan and Dannah were swatting those pesky bugs away! Such are the woes of southern sessions.


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In December I shot a gorgeous wedding for Molly and Brett– and met this beautiful family in the process.

Spring Sessions have been a dream this year, I can’t even put it into words. Maybe it’s the plunge I took into film, maybe it’s the amazing clients I have. Probably both:)My goal and passion is to create meaningful images for you. Spring isn’t over yet– let’s shoot before it gets too sweltering, ha.


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This shoot is as oozy with southern yummy as a bourbon pecan pie.

Exhibit A: Judson Thornton Tucker, the dashing gentleman’s NAME. I mean, come on. You can’t get any more southern than that. Exhibit B: his grandma’s stunning home where we shot last. Exhibit C: all of this done in a quiet part of Meridian Mississippi. Of course, there’s not many loud parts of Meridian– but it was perfectly perfect from Dunn’s Falls to a golden field with all their love up in it. 😉


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Well we can’t sit out too long before we start itching to work together again, on SOMETHING, ANYTHING– love working with these vendor friends of mine!

We wanted a chic and strong looking bridal session– Lilian, she brought it! We love the moodiness that the dark, unorthodox dress brought, and The Petaler’s soft blooms up against it all was just the cherry on top! Though not many brides would opt for a dark dress (willing to bet there are a few though ;), the true fun comes in a styled shoot when you just go outside of the box a bit. We truly enjoyed creating this color palette.

The amazing team:

Florals – The Petaler Co.

Makeup – Mallory the Makeup Artist

Hair – Kathy Stringer Hair

Venue – Fairhope and Pinzone’s Italian Village

Dress – Shop Gossamer

Model – Lilian Gollott


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