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Where do we start about this weekend? Amazing couple with a great story? Gorgeous location with picture-perfect weather? A photographer’s dream come true in a wedding day timeline?

Jessica and Mark’s wedding had everything. From a ridiculously in love couple, to gorgeous hand-made details, from some heartfelt emotional moments, to one of the best laughs you’ve ever heard … this past weekend goes down as one of Stacey and my favorite weddings to date for SO many reasons.

To refresh your memory, Jessica and Mark were the winners of our Free Wedding Photography Contest 2.0. Their story was touching … and after getting to spend some time with them, their love for life and each other is so inspiring!

The weekend’s festivities all happened at the stunning Farmhouse Inn at Hundred Acre Farm, just outside of Madison, Ga. And from the moment we pulled up to the grounds, we were greated by beautiful scenery, and Jessica’s meticulous attention to details. :-)

Jessica and Mark’s wedding day had such an organic, natural feel to it. From the gorgeous florals put together by the talented ladies at Moss Floral Events, to the delicious food and desserts cooked up by Hallie Jane’s Catering and Events!

Jessica put her own touch on everything … including the invites, ceremony programs, place cards, and super-delicious brownie mix favors! Her talent for design and eye for everything beautiful was all over the place!

So without further delay, here’s one of our favorite weddings to date, displayed in one of our longest blog posts to date. Pull up a chair and enjoy …

Venue: The Farmhouse Inn
Florals: Moss Floral Events
Catering: Hallie Jane’s
Cakes: Hallie Jane’s
Bride’s jewelry: Etsy
Bridesmaids Dresses: Anthropologie
Groom/Groomsmen suits: Men’s Wearhouse
Music: Jerry Fordham
Planner: Kelly Somogy








































































































Jessica and Mark, we feel so blessed to know you both, and wish you the best of luck as you start a new chapter in your lives. You’re both amazingly unique people, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to document such an amazing moment!

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  1. Southern Wedding Photography | Gresham Photography » Jessica and Mark | On Film | Madison, Ga. [...] were so excited to get some of our film back from Jessica and Mark’s wedding last month at the Farmhouse Inn in Madison, Georgia. Stacey shot all the rolls and spent her time [...]

  2. Melinda Hartney This is one of my all time favorite weddings at the Farmhouse Inn! The photos are wonderful with the sweetness of Jessica and Mark and their families shining through. Thank you for catching these precious moments and sharing them with us. You are being added to our vendor list and will be highly recommended.

  3. Matt the Wedding Photographer You have some amazing work here - truly an inspiration to everyone in the industry. I really love and appreciate your attention to details, as well as capturing images that portray the feelings of the event. I think my favorite image, though is toward the end with the moon shining down on the venue... That one really captured me. Great work, thanks for sharing.

  4. Anne Jackel Thomas I am a childhood friend of your mom Jessica. I love your story , I love the farm, I love the great fun details. and most of all I love the way these pictures show your love for each other.. Congratulations on a Happy New Life Together!!!

  5. Dad (Gresham) What an interesting venue. Seems neat what it did for the feel of the wedding. I think you called it "organic."

  6. Jessica Wow. Just....WOW. These images are stunning! I'm totally blown away!

  7. Molly Michel Beautiful work you two! Melissa and I just shot at that farm the first week of OCtober - it is a stunning venue, and you captured it fantastically!