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Since 2008, Mustard Seed Photography has been creating authentic, organic images full of life and natural expression. The collection of photographs displayed in our portfolio are the combined talents of Kat Theis and Alicia Pyne. Individually we take on a select number of weddings per year – specifically those which our soft and romantic style of photography compliments best. With a common vision to highlight the laughter, passion and embraces naturally occurring on your wedding day – we strive to create photographs that reflect the beauty that exists in the world around us and to embody an aspect of fine art that each family would be proud to pass down from generation to generation.

Photography is incredible, because it captures moments that might only last a second and documents them for a lifetime. Those are the moments that we want to capture – the ones that emerge effortlessly, and then document them in the most authentic way. Mustard Seed approaches all of our photography organically – editing our images as minimally as possible, creating beautiful photographs straight from the camera and capturing the moments just as they’re unfolding before us.

The style is very natural, limiting the number of staged photographs and instead, highlighting the laughter, passion and embraces just as they’re occurring. In this way, we can focus on creating images that are individual to each couple. We love shooting in gorgeous light & in natural settings. Our sessions are fun & adventurous, and really help you come into your own by removing the distractions of the busy world around us. Laughter, fun, authenticity and joy… all of these words describe the experience that we try to create with each and every click of the camera.

You can see our work published in magazines and blogs around the world – including Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine, Belle Lumiere Magazine, The Knot Magazine, Magnolia Rouge Magazine, Style Me Pretty, Southern Weddings and more.

Want to see what it’s like to be in front of our camera? See for yourself here!