Well, another year has come and gone and it is time for the annual year end review of all the great Mississippi weddings we have photographed. This year was an awesome year for JoCo Foto. It was our second year after changing the name (formerly Tami Johnson Photography) and finally after multiple designers we have a new logo that has yet to be revealed. We are working on finishing some final touches, but you should see it roll out fairly soon in the new year. We are Jackson wedding photographers, but funny enough we did over half of our weddings outside of Jackson and next year is looking the same. We had multiple weddings featured in local magazines as well as popular Internet wedding blogs. Mississippi Museum of Art even used one of our pictures for their advertisement. We always have the most awesome brides and this year was no exception. We had the pleasure of photographing two brides at the same time! Two sisters got married at the same time which was by far one of the most awesome weddings we have ever photographed. The day we posted their blog our website had over 1000 visitors which shattered last years record of 648. I have had the opportunity to photograph our brides in about every mode of transportation possible from stretch Hummers, standard limos, trolleys and even a Grey hound bus! That was the largest wedding party ever and I really commend the bride on renting a bus to get the wedding party to and from the church and reception site. For a second year in a row, we ended our wedding season in the beautiful town of Natchez at an old antebellum home. I want to thank all of our wonderful brides for choosing us to photograph their special day and just know that before every single wedding we photograph, we pray that you would have a Godly marriage that would exceed every expectation that you had prior to saying “I do.”
Not only were we busy with weddings, but we also photographed the most seniors ever for us this year. I can’t tell you how much fun it was working with all the great seniors we had the opportunity to photograph. One senior, was the younger brother of a bride that we photographed several years ago. That session felt more like a seeing your good friend that you haven’t seen in years. Most of our seniors came from Northwest Rankin, but we also photographed a few from Brandon and Clinton. We wish all of our seniors the best of luck in their future!