The Blog

Elizabeth+Jamie

May 17, 2011

Perfect couple, perfect day, perfect love! That would be my description of Jamie and Elizabeth’s wedding day in Raleigh, NC on April 30. We have so thoroughly enjoyed getting to know these two over the past year and were honored to be recommended by a mutual friend (thanks Ally!). As high school sweethearts I loved …

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Ooooh Baby!

March 10, 2011

Beau and I have always adored children (and hope to have a few one day). I have LOVED celebrating with so many of our clients, friends and family as they welcome these cuddly snuggly bundles into their lives so… To congratulate all those celebrating a new baby we’re offering (for a limited time) $30 off …

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Ashley+Joel

March 8, 2011

Ashley and Joel came down from Knoxville a few weeks ago for the first of their engagement sessions and we had an incredible time getting to know them! Joel was a riot and kept us laughing the entire time while Ashley had the sweetest personality and was such a trooper throughout the cold windy evening. …

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What’s Shakin’!

March 1, 2011

What a wonderful start to 2011 it’s been–both at the Moffatt house and in the DMP offices. In the office we are rockin’ and rollin’. We kicked off the new year by introducing our Photo Walls and have had a great response. We are also booking up for 2011/ 2012 and I’m so excited about …

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Photo Walls are HERE!

February 17, 2011

Want to give your guests a special treat at your reception? Worried that the chicken dance may be the biggest highlight of your day? Fear no more! We are soooo excited to introduce our Photo Walls! This is our newest Add-On for wedding collections and they are such a good time! Mention that your saw …

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Spring? Is that you?

February 16, 2011

With temperatures nearing 69 degrees am I the only one tempted to dance a jig?! You see, I am originally from Florida where winters last about 2 weeks and temperatures rarely approach 40 degrees. Don’t get me wrong, I adore our cozy residence in Chattanooga, TN, but week after week of 20 degree weather and …

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Aimee & Michael « Chattanooga, TN

February 14, 2011

“We could not asked for more excellent service from Daisy Moffatt Photography. She, along with her team captured every special moment starting from the pre-wedding services to the ceremony and celebration afterwards. She is incredibly warm, friendly, professional, and all the memories we were given were well worth the price.”

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Janice & KC « Chattanooga, TN

February 14, 2011

“Daisy Moffatt Photography was absolutely wonderful to work with. With the craze of planning a wedding and working with so many moving parts, it was so nice to have a relaxed, flexible, and cheerful photographer who eased my nerves and as well as produced amazing photographs. My husband also commented on how he felt comfortable working with Daisy Moffatt Photography; this meant a lot as I think a lot of men can be apathetic and begrudging about posing for romantic photos.”

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Ally & Matthew « Annapolis, MD

February 14, 2011

“Daisy and Beau are such a joy to work with. They both bring their own creative flair to their pictures and they are just so much fun! I used Daisy for engagement pics, bridal portraits, and wedding day. She traveled to NC twice and Annapolis, MD for our wedding and it worked out beautifully. I only wished they lived closer so we could see them more often.”

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Jenn & David « Baltimore, MD

February 14, 2011

“Amazing! Daisy and Beau were awesome to work with. I never felt like a stranger was invading our special day. They were special guests sharing in our day. When they were in the same location, they photographed some of the same moments but from completely different viewpoints. Even more exciting was that while Daisy was with the ladies and me, Beau was with the groomsmen capturing the moments that I didn’t get to see. And then there’s the pictures…BEAUTIFUL! STUNNING! (I can’t gush enough.) I’m jealous of their talent but so grateful to have the chance to see my wedding through their lenses.”

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