There are some things you can never plan for. Often times, this can be seen as a negative. In the case of Erin’s bridal portraits, it was an overwhelming positive. When we came in for her bridals we found a gorgeous light wall setup. We had such a great time working with Erin at our home base, 701 Whaley. Those lights played so well into her winter wedding look that we couldn’t have planned a better session. Here are just a few of our favorites from her gorgeous session!
There is something special about late Fall bridal portraits at the Lace House. The way the light filters through the changing leaves, and the sun setting early in the day gives such a romantic look. Lucky for us this fit Courtney beautifully. She looked absolutely perfect for her bridals!
There's always something special about a winter wedding. I've always loved the use of greenery, lights, and pure whites. Lauren and Ross had a stunning winter wedding at the beautiful St. Pauls in Summerville SC. Long sleeves in lace, church with tall wooden doors, and Brackish Bowties made the day beautifully southern, and stunningly modern. We had such a great time with this wonderfully fun loving couple, and a team of wonderful professionals. We hope you enjoy a few of our favorites!
I'm sure we've mentioned this before, but we LOVE the State Museum. Apart from it's beauty and charm, it has a bit of sentimental value. Almost 9 years ago, the Museum was where we had our own wedding reception. While their wedding was sentimental to us, Christy and Andrew had a few sentimental details of their own. One of my favorites was Christy's grandmothers ring. We loved the fabulous old hollywood glam feel their details brought to the day. From the vintage car, to the glitzy linens and favors, it was all so beautiful.
Special thanks to everyone who made their day great!