Raeven & Garrett | A wedding at The Plantation; Crystal River, FL

As I left cattle dogs coffee shop the day I met Raeven, I couldn’t help but think: This is the type of bride I want to serve for every wedding I shoot. Her personality just made me so excited to deliver the very best I could for her and I was ecstatic she booked me! She explained to me how much she loved photography in school and was very aware of everything my job entails; The time I would need to create portraits in the right light and the vision for wanting multiple perspectives with a second photographer. *Insert happy tears* she was the kind, thoughtful, obsessed with pictures bride I love. Ironically enough, she found me through Ms. Boudreau which was our mutual photography teacher at Citrus high, give or take 10 years apart haha. I loved getting to meet her face to face in person because it really set us on a different level come wedding day. Normally, the first time I’m meeting with my brides is when I shoot their engagement pictures and in this case she had already gotten some done so it was an alternative meet up but just as great. Oh and did I mention she was pregnant?! I couldn’t really see Blakelyn that day at cattle dogs but by the time February 22nd, 2020 rolled around, oh my goodness she was sporting the cutest little baby bump!!

I had been to The Plantation in Crystal River, FL for a family shoot but I hadn’t ever shot a wedding there before Raeven and Garrett; so I knew what the basic layout was in front of the water but I was astonished by the incredible detail they put into the reception area “The Magnolia room” off to the side of hotel. The remodeling of the front entrance with the new fountain is amazing.

This wedding was such a dream to photograph. Beautifully decorated and coordinated, I had one of the greatest photographers I know shoot along side me, Dylan Todd of Dylan Todd Photography Fabulous real estate/fine art photographer also a dear long time friend from Daytona State College. Go check him out he’s killing it in St. Pete. The weather was wonderful the people were spectacularrrr, the venue and the other vendors were excellent (I’ll list them at the bottom) Raeven had sooo many precious, unique touches she wanted included such as the first look with her Dad and her beloved fur baby Kodah, The bridesmaids reaction to her dress, pictures of Garrett “shaving” with his very young little nephew, heartfelt gift exchanges, and of course an epic sparkler exit. All those small pieces of gloriousness factor into a really great wedding day and I couldn’t have been more honored to be the one responsible to capture it! I wish you both a long and happy marriage, be blessed. ❤

Feast your eyes on my highlight reel from the day…

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How to make a regular walk, 5x cooler with a five year old.

Hey there,

It’s me again, for the second time this month! I guess you could say the WordPress and I are getting pretty serious, Ha!

I have to say that what I’m about to share with you is possibly pretty commonly thought of. Definitely not assuming I’ve coined this idea but just to add, I didn’t look it up on google or pinterest before hand and I’m actually pretty proud of that. I had an idea and went with it, my son ended up loving it and was thoroughly engaged the whole time.

Hands down I would add this into my favorite top five things Cohen and I have ever done together.

Taking walks around our neighborhood is a favorite past time of my son’s. So just before we were about to head out for a loop around the block, I had an idea to make it a photo walk – He takes his camera and I grab mine. I’ve done this a couple of times before; Cohen might take a couple pictures, get uninterested and then ask me to hold his camera for the rest of journey. But for some strange reason, at the same time the thought crossed my mind to take my camera I remembered my photo 1 class in high school. Some of the first assignments we had were “Object, line, texture, reflection…” And I just thought “wow, I didn’t realize it then but it’s almost like a scavenger hunt.”

Then it clicked, Cohen L-O-V-E-S scavenger hunts. I actually had done a Pokemon themed hunt at his birthday party and it was such a huge hit and yet it had never occurred to me to implement that into a photo walk.

Calling Cohen over, I told him let’s make a list of some things we can find on our walk to take pictures of like a scavenger hunt and he was all about it. Instead of him handing me the paper to write out a list like I thought he would; He sat down and drew a picture for everything we came up with.

We decided on:

  • Any kind of bug
  • Any kind of flower
  • A white mailbox
  • A brown leaf
  • A sign
  • A capital “G”
  • A bird

I didn’t go too overboard with the list because I didn’t know how it was going to go until it did but I got to tell you it was a parenting WIN. He was so focused and adorable!! Scoping out ant hills and getting so excited when he found the next thing on the list. I took just a few pictures of him which I’ll add, just enough to remember the evening. My absolute favorite is the one where he had gotten a picture of a bird right before it flew off and I was hyping him up “Did you get it?!? You got it?! Oh my gosh that looks so good – you’re a great photographer!!” And he was so proud of himself you can just see it in his eyes looking at it on the back of his camera. MY HEARTTTT ❤

It was in that moment that I could see myself in Cohen. I mean he is my mini me through and through so it’s always there, but we connect very deeply with art so this was just the absolute best bonding experience for us.

If you’re a mama with a five year old and a camera, try this game/hack/idea whatever you want to call it for yourself. It was so touching and Cohen just loved every second so maybe yours will too.

With Love,


Amy & Kenneth | Sweetwater branch Inn; Gainesville, FL

Hello there!

New year, new me! I’m trying to stay on my blogging grind for 2020. So everyone say a real quick prayer I can stick to it! Thank you 🙂


Amy and Kenny, Oh my word!! How sweet are they. Amy is truly the most laid back, go with the flow, happiest, kindest soul of a woman I’ve ever met. There is not a single person on this earth that could possibly not love and adore Amy. She was: no stress, no fuss x20. She told me she trusted me completely, and let me have my way where ever and whenever on her wedding day and there is only a few select people who can actually let that happen and she was one of them.

And dear Kenny, sweet as pie he must have said thank you to myself and the other vendors at least 5 times each. Thanking us for capturing the best day of his life for him and truly showing such appreciation for all the work each person put forth for their day. I’ve never witnessed a groom being more grateful than Kenny; and that just made me even more joyous to be there with them, and to give them the very best of what I could do as their photographer.

The two of them together just melts your heart…because you can feel that they love each other so deeply and they’ve just been through so much together in the years leading up to their marriage. They are unstoppable now as a united front, best friends who were just…destined to be.

I wish you both a lifetime of happily ever after!

This wedding was incredible, I had never shot at “Sweetwater branch Inn” in Gainesville, FL before but now I’m so happy to say that I have. I met some amazing new vendors that were easy to work with (List at the bottom of the post), I got to walk inside / photograph my very first Victorian style home, the weather was perfect, the garden was a dream spot for the ceremony and couple pictures. Everything was just so so magical, and historic and just filled with character I don’t think anything could have made it better. It was a really lovely place to get married. And hey, extra bonus. It’s also an Inn – so incase anyone of their guests had a little too much fun they could just rent a room to stay the night!

Thank you for reading now check out the PICTURES!!! 😀 😀 😀

You can view my other work HERE and get in touch with me if you’re planning a wedding or know someone else who is!

Be blessed




Venue – Sweetwater Branch Inn

Photographer – Wombs to weddings Photography

Videographer – Nicalex Productions

DJ – Dj Trae

The importance of a photograph

Hello there,

Last weekend I ventured to New Hampshire, but for the first time in my life it wasn’t just to visit with my extended family. My nana on my mom’s side had passed away two weeks before and the whole family was gathering together to have a celebration of life for her. In all my 27 years of life I haven’t felt a loss of someone close to me until now. I did lose my Great Grandmother when I was pretty young but until now Nana is the first of my close knit group of people I’ve grown up with to pass. I can still hear her laugh, I can still feel and smell her nana hugs, I’m still remembering how she would draw on my back to put me to sleep when I was really young.

Growing up so far from the rest of my family really put a shield over the idea that they wouldn’t be there one day. I never experienced seeing her sick with pneumonia or having to go in for dialysis. What I saw of Nana was all the love and laughter we shared in the small visits we would take up there every so often. But the truth of the matter is she had been fighting a hard battle behind the scenes for a long time I was just getting glimpses of it towards the end.

Before the hours of visitation had started at the funeral home my mom, aunties and uncles poured over hundreds of photographs that had been collected by the family; Trying to pick and choose which ones to display around the room. There was a slideshow playing on repeat that everyone who came to pay their respects stood memorized in front of. Memories of good times of nana’s life with all of her 5 kids and then of course her siblings growing up and all 16 of us grandchildren.

It was in that moment that the importance of a photograph really struck me. There would be nothing to look at that day if there was not someone at some time who thought “This would be a great picture.” And actually had a camera to snap it. So many memories that wouldn’t be shared or reminisced. So much life that would have long been forgotten. While we prayed our goodbyes to Nana and left for the mercy meal it hung on my heart how much I need to photograph my own life; and this isn’t the first time I’ve felt this way but seeing my nana’s life play out through photographs really brought the feelings back up to the surface. I think about how wonderful it is to be a photographer and capture these precious moments of all these babies for all my moms I meet and what an impact that makes on them when their baby turns into an adult. But what about the impact it makes on the adult that will someday have to say goodbye to that mom. That same picture is still standing – it’s gone full circle. Photographs really have a rippling importance in many lives and generations and I had been overlooking the big picture.

Being a photographer, at least for me has played this very strange trick on me. What I used to do freely and used to love to do I see as something I want to separate myself from when I’m done now. When I’m home I just want to put screens and cameras away and just be in the moment to soak in everything I miss when I’m either out shooting or my face is in my computer editing. I can count on one hand how many things of my own life I’ve photographed lately and that’s a problem… When I die what are they going to play at my funeral? All of the pictures I’ve taken of other people? A few of my instagram selfies? This trip really put all of that into perspective for me (again). I’m happy I have what I have but it’s not much compared to what it could be and the reality of that hit me like a dump truck.

So for the rest of day I took pictures.

I didn’t really think about it. I just did it. Some were of my family posed and some were just because life is too short. Who knows when the next time I will see my cousins who live in Texas will be. Or my aunts and uncles from MA. The next time I do see them they won’t look the same, they’ll be older with more smile lines on their faces. My younger cousins will be graduating and off making a life for themselves soon. Everyone changes and life moves so fast. Even just looking at Cohen now, he is a completely different looking boy then he was even just 2 years ago.

Photographs are so important. You can remember a lot but it will never be everything. There will be many very minuscule times you take a picture that you won’t ever think will matter and when enough time has passed you’ll be so glad you have it. Or someone you love will.

Be blessed,


Throw back circa 99′

Love with a lake view

Hello there, 


It’s been quite a long minute since I’ve written about a session I’ve done and in the absence I actually switched blog platforms so if you hadn’t noticed – Welcome! Scroll on down and take a tour of the new place lol. 

If you don’t know me and you’re wondering who you stumbled upon. My name is Taylor Moulton. My company name is Wombs to weddings Photography and in total I’ve been in business 3 years this October; but I have been physically in love with Photography Since the 9th grade. In high school I would some times skip lunch to stay in the photo room a little longer. I would get a heart racing, stomach flipping, palms sweating kind of feeling every time I would drop a print into the developer and see it appear before my eyes in the red light of the darkroom. And I think it was then in that time of my life I knew in my heart photography was something I wanted to do forever. After high school I attended Daytona State for photographic technology, and after college God paved a way for me to start working as a photographer at my local hospital. I am so so grateful for all the opportunities I’ve been given, for all the lives  I’ve entered and wonderful people I’ve met along the way in this incredible journey. Truly I say to you I am blessed. People say it all the time like it’s some kind of trendy catch phrase right now… But sincerely, my life has been miraculously changed by God and my business is thriving proof. I am blessed and highly favored. And so are you. If you don’t know it yet, I hope you figure it out soon.   

So without further ado “Love with a lake view” or as I am naming it – was a brilliant family session I did with this gorgeous Spanish family I met at – you guessed it – Citrus Memorial Hospital. And like I have said a million times already, I will say it again; I love re meeting my vicarious babies again as adorable walking toddlers; it is without a doubt the biggest perk of my job and makes me want to hug and squeeze them like nieces and nephews.

For the small hour we spent together I dug up every bit of Spanish from my brain that I could remember from my high school days and when I said “Hola” to Maximino it triggered a big smile from ear to ear and he started waving at me. Hahah it made my heart melt a little. The nats were insane, and basically there was a cloud of bugs in every picture I took that I had to edit out but my people braved them like champs. And we got some amazing, amazing photographs out of it. 

Ooooh my goodness, the struggle of trying to narrow these down was SO real. Baby Maximino gave me smiles, he gave me puckered kissy faces, he gave me sour gummy worm faces, serious faces, he was waving and just being as cute as he could be with every expression under the sun. How could I throw any of them away?!? The answer is I couldn’t. The gallery is extra extensive because really how do you pick and choose between this sweetness? And mom and dad…Pure FIRE! Here is a glimpse of the magic. But as always if you’re interested to see more you can browse the website here

And if you’d like to schedule a family session like this of your very own contact me here

Be blessed,