Sixty percent chance of rain is not a great way to start a wedding, outside or inside. Fortunately for Courteney and Alex and well, me too, the sun shined on!  Courteney and Alex had an awesome wedding at the old Canton Theatre with little bits of green detail highlighting the insides upon black backgrounds. The green detail didn’t stop at the Canton Theatre, from the Chuck Taylor shoes to ties, the green uniquely signified the bride and groom. All of their family and friends pitched in to create an incredible scene. From handmade stage props, to cakes, and all the way down to the smallest details. I feel so blessed to have been part of such a special day. So, here’s to Courteney and & Alex, congratulations!

  • Angie Carver - Hey!! The pictures are beautiful!! You did an AMAZING job!!!!! Is this all of them? I thought you might’ve had taken more pictures.. like some on the steps…?? And outsie? I was wanting to purchase some of Court and I and some of Alex and Court..Also, I was wondering if I wanted to purchase some how do I go about doing that? ok… sorry bout all the questions!!! lol… Hope all is well! keep me posted! Thank you!!! AngieReplyCancel

    • Matthew Druin - Thanks Angie! ;D No, this is not all of them, just a few. I’ll email you all the information.ReplyCancel

  • Jen - These are incredible. I wish you would have been my wedding photographer!ReplyCancel

  • Non-Traditional Ceremony Songs by Faires The Bride Link - […] Matthew Druin, a roving Southeastern Atlanta-based photographer who specializes in non-traditional weddings shared one of his favorite musical moments from all of the weddings he’s shot.  “The wedding was at a theater in Canton, GA and the bride came down the aisle to ‘Time of Your Life’ by Green Day.  The song fit the bride & groom perfectly and you could tell their guests really loved it.”  See the wedding blog: […]ReplyCancel

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