Aimee & Justin {Charleston Engagement}06.29.15

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Ever since Aimee and Justin started dating, they’ve attended an annual wine festival in Ocean City, Maryland. With years of memories, it was a perfect chance for Justin to propose. The couple took a walk on the beach around sunset. With the beautiful scenery in a town that means so much to them, he asked Aimee to marry him. Of course she said, “Yes!”

They are planning for a spring wedding at the historic Boone Hall Plantation. The Cotton Dock is a perfect waterside venue that is just a short walk away from the well-known Avenue of Oaks. Aimee envisions a rustic vintage theme with pale pink and gold colors. Since they are marrying in classic Southern outdoors, they decided on a different backdrop for their Charleston engagement photos. The streets of Downtown Charleston embody eclectic architecture and backdrops. Within just a couple of blocks we were able to find colorful walls, oak trees, and a cobblestone road.

Congrats to the lucky couple and enjoy some of my favorites from their session!

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Holly & Chris {Magnolia Plantation Wedding}06.12.15

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Holly and Chris envisioned an intimate Magnolia Plantation wedding with close friends and family. With a spring celebration, Holly wanted soft but inviting colors of peach, mint, dark blue and a light brown. Out of the Garden created bountiful bouquets with eclectic flora that included peach roses, succulents, and lamb’s ear. This array of blooms brightened the green backdrop of Magnolia Plantation’s Conservatory, which serves as a third venue option on the property and is perfect for smaller celebrations. The couple married on a nearby manicured lawn. Holly’s father, a judge, officiated. Chris surprised everyone with a one-song tune he strummed on his ukulele. After sweetly serenading his bride, the pair kissed and were officially introduced as husband and wife.

Holly describes Chris as funny, charming, thoughtful, heart of gold, tall, blonde and handsome. Chris describes Holly as unassuming, humble, with a smile and aura about her that you can’t help but fall in love – and laughs way too hard at cat jokes. It’s evident that they’re head-over-heels in love and the funny thing is they grew up in the same midwestern community but didn’t connect until they were older. Chris played on the same baseball team as Holly’s brother in middle school and their parents even knew each other. But it wasn’t until they ran into each other at a work event that something more developed. They’ve been together ever since. Congratulations Holly and Chris!

VENDORS

Pre-Ceremony Venue: Middleton Place | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Conservatory at Magnolia Plantation & Gardens | Event Coordinator: Cruz Events

Caterer: B.Gourmet Catering | Cupcakes: Brigitte’s Bakery | Floral Design: Out of the Garden | Musician: Chris Dodson

Bridal Hair & Makeup: Blushair | Gown Boutique: Bellevue Bridal | Rentals: EventWorks

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Angie & Michael {Wickliffe House Wedding}06.04.15

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Angie and Mike’s Wickliffe House wedding features fresh spring colors of blue, blush and white. The couple worked together on every detail. Angie even noted that Mike suggested blue hydrangeas to match their wedding colors. Teamwork is nothing new to this duo who met seven years ago at work. Being just a few cubicles a part, their friendship flourished, and a few years later, they became just as inseparable outside of work. When they’re not at the office, they enjoy hiking, camping, and boating, often times including their fur baby, Copper, along for their adventures.

While getting to know them, I loved hearing about their perfectly imperfect proposal. Especially because it involves pistachios (I have a bag of them in my nightstand as we speak for late night snacking). Angie and Mike were vacationing in Brevard, NC to hike and relax in Dupont Forest. On an 8-mile route, they stopped for lunch near a pier where Mike mentioned he packed Angie’s favorite snack, pistachios. But before Mike could propose, a group of young boys came charging by to hangout by the pier. Noticeably irritated, Mike packed up their lunch, pistachios included, and they headed back to the cabin. Later that day, they packed a picnic of cheese, wine and pistachios and decided to bring Copper along for the action. Angie details the rest:

“As I walked Cop in the water, Mike set up a little picnic area. We snacked on crackers and cheese and talked about whatever came to mind. I suddenly remembered the pistachios and grabbed the tupperware container that Mike had placed them in. Mike continued the conversation as I popped open the lid. Inside, Mike had placed a napkin on top of the pistachios and on top of that was this gorgeous shiny ring. At first, I honestly didn’t realize what it was. Then the realization set in. On this the most romantic and wonderful days of my life, all I could muster was ‘That’s not a pistachio’. He laughed and said no, then sweetly asked if I would marry him. All I could do was nod. We hugged, we kissed and he continued the proposal with the sweetest, most kind words I’ve ever heard. After we both regained our composure, he told me why he had gotten so upset earlier in the day. The pier is where he had decided to propose, which to his credit, would have been beauitful and peaceful. But as I looked around where we he had ended up….off a trail with no one around, next to a rushing river, Copper next to us, wine in hand….I told him I knew we had ended up in the perfect spot.”

I often tell couples on their wedding day that things rarely go as planned, but they go as they should. Angie and Mike’s proposal is a great example of that as well. Their wedding even included some unexpected elements like tourists asking permission to photo bomb some of their couple portraits. And those strangers brought it, with face masks and all. The couple also wanted to include a bridesmaid who was unable to attend due to being near the end of her pregnancy. A printout portrait glued to a wooden stick served as her stand-in. Though not literally present, her paper cutout posed in some portraits and even made a cameo on the dance floor later in the night. It is evident that Angie and Mike care most about having a good time with the ones they love most and undoubtedly they created plenty of unforgettable memories with friends and family during their destination wedding week in Charleston. Congrats to Angie and Mike!

Wedding Team

Ceremony Venue: French Huguenot Church | Reception Venue: Wickliffe House | Bridal Hair & MUA: Wedding Hair by Charlotte

Floral Design: Forget Me Nots | Caterer: Mediterra Catering | Band: Emerald Empire Band

Wedding Cake: Publix | Rentals: EventHaus | Getaway Transportation: ACW Limo

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Darina {Charleston Bridal Portraits}06.02.15

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There are a brief few weeks in spring where the azaleas are in bloom and the humidity has yet to feel like a never-ending uncomfortable hug. This was the perfect time for Darina to have some Charleston bridal portraits taken. In the almost 3-hour session, we started at Charles Towne Landing where various hues of azaleas blanketed the landscape. Then we headed to the College of Charleston, both Darina’s and my alma mater, to finish the bridal session by the Cistern and Randolph Hall. This section of CofC is the heart of the college and features classic architecture that Downtown Charleston is known for.

I love photographing bridal portraits because it gives the gift of time. Every image can be carefully crafted and poses tweaked for perfection. Whereas on a wedding day, I’m fortunate to get 20 minutes with the couple and maybe 5 minutes for bridal photos. Something to consider when finalizing those wedding timelines. I also have a couple of rules for bridal portraits before I agree to take a session. The main one being that no sheet is allowed. If brides-to-be want the to use the majestic Southern outdoors as the backdrop to their images, then it should be embraced. Gowns can be spot cleaned easily at bridal boutiques. I’m anti-sheet because once a bride stands on it, she is scared to move for fear of stepping outside of the fabric perimeter. This impedes creativity and effects the quality of the images. I will never ask a bride to trek through mud or run into the ocean (though some have requested it during after wedding sessions and I gladly said, “YES!”), but in order to get lovely photos it sometimes means getting that hem a little dirty for the sake of a timeless image.

Darina’s bridal portraits are a great example of what can be created when fear of the dress getting dirty is not dominating the session. I had too many favorites from these Charleston bridal portraits and am sharing a lot of photos because of that. This past weekend was Darina and PJ’s wedding at Hamlin Plantation and I can’t wait to share some of those images. Until then enjoy these stunning bridal photos and even look back to Darina and PJ’s engagement session that I photographed last fall in Downtown Charleston and Hampton Park.

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Chelsea & Todd {Downtown Charleston Engagement Session}05.28.15

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Chelsea and Todd fully embraced their Charleston engagement session. I send every couple a portrait questionnaire to help me craft an engagement session perfectly for them. After reading through theirs, they faced the same problem a lot of couples do in Charleston – too many beautiful locations to choose from and trying to fit it all into a 1-hour portrait session. Fortunately, they new they wanted the classic and colorful look of downtown and a bit of mossy trees because not much else is more Southern than a majestic large oak. And they couldn’t leave out their lovable dogs who donned seersucker bow ties – a fabric that will also carry over into the wedding next spring.

For other couples considering a portrait session, take note of the diversity in Chelsea and Todd’s outfit selections. They had a Charleston casual style with her dress, which Todd’s outfit complimented with slacks and nice loafers. And then for Hampton Park, they opted for a slightly more relaxed look. Often times I recommend layering to easily create numerous looks in photos, but it’s too hot for that in May. So, an outfit change is a great way to go and one can easily dress up or down with accessories. Fashion aside, what elevates portraits to a higher level are affection and an openness to try different poses and activities. And these two had no trouble with any of those. The love they share is evident in the photos and they were game for serious and playful poses, sitting in a bed of ivy, and Todd even got a workout in with lifts, dips, and piggy back rides. This is exactly how couples help create great photos and I can’t wait to get them in front of the camera again next April on their wedding day. Congrats Chelsea and Todd!

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