Thursday, December 30, 2010

Gwinnett Historic Court House a great place for your wedding!

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As a wedding photography whose passion is history. I have a true passion for historic buildings.  During the past 20 years I have worked as art director for some the largest historic consulting firms in the southeast.   Around the Metro Atlanta are we are so luck to have such unique historic properties.  I have been lucky enough to photograph at historic locations all around Atlanta such as the Georgia Terrace, Atlanta History Center, several weddings at the Fox Theater, the Braselton-Stover House, Little Gardens in Lawrenceville, the Carl House, Primrose Cottage in historic Roswell, Georgia and Cedar Plantation in Acworth, Georgia Cottage in historic Roswell, Georgia and Cedar Plantation in Acworth, Georgia, Lawrenceville Court house, two weddings at the historic Trolley Barn in downtown Atlanta.  I just love these historic locations.  It brings so much character to the occasion.
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The Gwinnett Courthouse is located at 185 W Crogan St, Lawrenceville, GA.  You can cal them at (770) 822-5450.  I have shot several weddings there.  It is a great place and centrally located to several wonderful churches.  Downtown Lawrenceville is having a revival of sorts.


Thank you to all!!!
Thank you so much for visiting! Please feel free to call me at
(404) 578-6982
and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.David Diener

Sunday, December 26, 2010

New Links at Atlanta Artistic Weddings

I do hope everyone enjoyed their Christmas holidays.  I have certainly enjoyed my time with my family.  We are truly blessed.  During the time I have updated Atlantaartisticweddings.com.  The one area that everyone should check out is the links section.  I have updated it with a couple useful links.
Thank you to all!!!
Thank you so much for visiting! Please feel free to call me at
404-578-6982
and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.David Diener

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Little Gardens a Great Place to get Married! and Your Wedding Photography

As a Atlanta Wedding Photographer I have a true passion for historic buildings.  During the past 20 years I have worked as art director for some the largest historic consulting firms in the southeast.   Around the Metro Atlanta are we are so luck to have such unique historic properties.  I have been lucky enough to photograph at historic locations all around Atlanta such as the Georgia Terrace, Atlanta History Center, several weddings at the Fox Theater, the Braselton-Stover House, Little Gardens in Lawrenceville, the Carl House, Primrose Cottage in historic Roswell, Georgia and Cedar Plantation in Acworth, Georgia Cottage in historic Roswell, Georgia and Cedar Plantation in Acworth, Georgia, Lawrenceville Court house, two weddings at the historic Trolley Barn in downtown Atlanta.  I just love these historic locations.  It brings so much character to the occasion.
I always look forward to shooting weddings at Little Gardens.  First of all it so close to my house! It is located at 3571 Lawrenceville Hwy NW, Lawrenceville, GA 30044-4105.  You can call them at (770) 923-3434. I have been shooting weddings there since when it used to be a restaurant.  They are truly professionals.  They are currently owned a company that has several historic locations all across the Atlanta metro area.  I big thumbs up for this location!



Thank you to all!!!
Thank you so much for visiting! Please feel free to call me at
404-578-6982
and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.David Diener

Friday, December 24, 2010

Gaither’s Plantation and a Great Place to have your Atlanta Wedding


As a Atlanta wedding photographer I have a true passion for historic buildings.  During the past 20 years I have worked as art director for some the largest historic consulting firms in the southeast.   Around the Metro Atlanta are we are so luck to have such unique historic properties.  I have been lucky enough to photograph at historic locations all around Atlanta such as the Georgia Terrace, Atlanta History Center, several weddings at the Fox Theater, the Braselton-Stover House, Little Gardens in Lawrenceville, the Carl House, Primrose Cottage in historic Roswell, Georgia and Cedar Plantation in Acworth, Georgia Cottage, Lawrenceville Court house, two weddings at the historic Trolley Barn in downtown Atlanta.  I just love these historic locations.  It brings so much character to the occasion.

I have recently done a great wedding on the east side of town called Gaither's Plantation ,located at  270 Davis Ford Road in Covington .  The property is owned by the county and is said to be haunted! Their parents rented a historic mansion where they decorated so wonderfully.  They really made it a family affair and such a personable occasion.  The occasion was near Halloween so they decorated it with a Halloween them.  The place was decorated with these warm Autumn colors.  There were also little teeth and little kick kacks for the kids which made it fun for everyone.  I even grabbed some of the Halloween teeth and got the bridesmaids and bride to put them on and made scary faces!!

What fun!  When it is time for your wedding make it your own and have fun!

Thanks for coming by!


Thank you to all!!!
Thank you so much for visiting! Please feel free to call me at
(404) 578-6982
and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.David Diener

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Atlanta Wedding Photography in Historic Roswell, Georgia


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As a Atlanta wedding photographer I have a true passion for historic buildings.  During the past 20 years I have worked as art director for some the largest historic consulting firms in the southeast.   Around the Metro Atlanta are we are so luck to have such unique historic properties.  I have been lucky enough to photograph at historic locations all around Atlanta such as the Georgia Terrace, Atlanta History Center, several weddings at the Fox Theater, the Braselton-Stover House, Little Gardens in Lawrenceville, the Carl House, Primrose Cottage, Lawrenceville Court house, two weddings at the historic Trolley Barn in downtown Atlanta.  I just love these historic locations.  It brings so much character to the occasion.
I have shot several weddings at Primrose cottage.  The great thing about the Primrose cottage the location! It is located in downtown Roswell, Georgia at 674 Mimosa Boulevard Roswell, GA 30075-4406.   You can call them at (770) 594-2299.  With the location so centrally located your Atlanta Guests can easily get there.  Also you are centrailly located to several beautiful churches. I real jewel of the south!


Thank you to all!!!
Thank you so much for visiting! Please feel free to call me at
(404) 578-6982
and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.David Diener

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Weddings at the Braselton Stover House in Braselton, Georgia



I have a true passion for historic buildings.  During the past 20 years I have worked as art director for some the largest historic consulting firms in the southeast.   Around the Metro Atlanta are we are so luck to have such unique historic properties.  I have been lucky enough to photograph at historic locations all around Atlanta such as the Georgia Terrace, Atlanta History Center, several weddings at the Fox Theater, the Braselton-Stover House, Little Gardens in Lawrenceville, the Carl House, Primrose Cottage in historic Roswell, Georgia and Cedar Plantation in Acworth, Georgia Cottage, Lawrenceville Court house, two weddings at the historic Trolley Barn in downtown Atlanta.  I just love these historic locations.  It brings so much character to the occasion.

I can’t say enough about the Braselton Stover House.  It is managed by Mary and Marvin Stover. They are wonderful people that will make your wedding memorable.  I always look forward to shooting a wedding there because I know that it has so many things going for it.  One the house is beautiful!   Along with the grounds make it one the best deals around Atlanta! Second is with Mary there you know you are working with a team of professionals that will do their best to give you the wedding you want.  
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Thank you to all!!!
Thank you so much for visiting! Please feel free to call me at
(404) 578-6982
and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.David Diener

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Child Portraits and the joy they give everyone

Recently I was given the honor of making a portrait of a good friend of mines family and specifically their daughter.  They are so sweet.  The dad is a dear friend of mine who I give a hard time constantly at work because of begrudgingly attitude that he tries to project. I really enjoyed see all that melt away and see the real him as he interacts with his family.  The way he melts when his little girl smiles at him.  Also how he learns that 1 year old little girls have their own time line and that we can not rush them or change their minds with a wave our hand.
Doing this photo shoot reminded me one the thing that got me into photography and historical documentation  in the first place.  It is a sort of time capsule of a people's lives. I feel so honored to be part of it.  I know that the mother and father will look back at it and fondly reminisce on how tiny their little girls hands were or how they spent so much time picking out a little outfit that fitted her for only 3 months.   The child will years from now will complain how fat their cheeks where or how the outfit looks so dated.   In about 50 years the child will look back and point at the photograph and say "I was a cute baby!" and their kids and grand kids will look into the photograph for glimpses of their selves such as mom's nose or dads eyes.
This is a honor that I do not take lightly.   I feel so blessed to be part of each families documentary and portraits that will be part of the time line of generations to come. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all!

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Thank you to all!!!
Thank you so much for visiting! Please feel free to call me at
(404) 578-6982
and I will be happy to help you in any way that I can.David Diener