Cathleen + Fassett | Wedding

What do you get when you put together a farm house, a hot summer day, and good ole southern mosquitoes??

The best summer wedding ever! Cathleen and Fassett are so down to earth that there could have been tornadoes and they wouldn’t have flinched!
Everything from their attire to the decorations and location fit them so perfectly! The church was over 150 years old and the reception was at Cathleen’s parents’ home.
It was a beautiful day full of the most genuine southern hospitality and overwhelming joy and love from everyone!


Three things you should know:

1. Cathleen’s dress and Fassett’s suit are amazing!
2. Fassett and his boys are fantastic musicians! Props to the band that lent their instruments for the guys to jam out and get the crowd going crazy!
3. Not only were Cathleen & Fassett celebrating something exciting, but a little someone lost their tooth at the wedding and he couldn’t have been more proud.


Cathleen & Fassett – 24 July 2010


I believe it was mentioned one of these men played with Otis Redding…


Cathleen’s grandmother on far left, Fassett’s grandmother with long necklaces, and I think maybe Cathleen’s uncle (?). Doesn’t matter, that man is hilarious…


Fassett tearing up the guitar…


This groomsman can rip a guitar like nobody’s business; I could have listened to them jam all night…

  • Joe Sankey - October 25, 2010 - 12:13 PM

    Stellar work, as usual, Amy. Brilliant.

  • Lindsay Ann C. - October 26, 2010 - 2:19 PM

    Love the one of the three ladies on the couch. Just love it! Very documentary.

  • Allen Mims - October 29, 2010 - 6:15 PM

    Your work is amazing. My daughter Alexandra was at the Cathleen/Fassett wedding, and my wife and I are friends of the family. The really ironic thing is your business address, 107 Madison. It was my first studio ad a commercial photographer for 10 years, ever so long ago. But the main thing is that I love your work. You’re wonderful. Great eye. Reflecting empathy and humanity, not to mention technical savvy. We must have lunch one day. Okay?

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