Roni and Kyle had a perfect blend of style, planning, and great luck. Living in the great state of South Carolina, you eventually get used to the massive weather shifts and even the abnormal eventually feels normal. This is why wearing shorts in January really isn’t that crazy after just having worn a coat and scarf the week before. It can blazing hot one minute, and after a quick thunderstorm in the afternoon, the evening will almost feel like fall in July. All of this is to say, you can hope, pray, and plan for a “Fall Wedding” in Fall, but only Mother Nature can grant you such a luxury of it all coming together. Roni and Kyle definitely lucked out as their beautifully designed Autumn wedding matched the crisp cool air perfectly! It was a perfect day with so many beautiful things to look at. We hope you enjoy just a few of our favorites!
Sometimes when you fly to Columbia for an engagement session, you have to go with the flow and embrace the rain.
That is exactly what we did. Jesse and Pac were planning their wedding from across the country, and low and behold, it was storming the day of their session. Since rescheduling wasn’t exactly an option, we grabbed our umbrellas and had a blast. Here are just a few of our favorites from their session!
Have you ever seen a bride with more personality and spunk? I’m not sure we have, and I’m so glad Abbie didn’t hide any of that wonderful personality when we did her bridal portraits. Her slightly off the shoulder dress complete with pockets became even more perfect with her bride sneakers, and fur wrap. We hope you enjoy just a few of our favorites!
Tina and Joey had such a great vision for a classically chic wedding. They incorporated so many great colors and textures with sequins and feathers.
Everywhere you turned there was another beautiful aspect to their day just waiting to be enjoyed and captured. Tina and Joey were such a down to earth couple and deserved such an over the top wedding. We loved working with them, and all the wonderful professionals that made their day happen!
The West Columbia Riverwalk is always a beautiful spot. Long winding paths that curve along the river and under the Gervais Street Bridge make not only a great spot for photos, but a lovely place to be. What you may not know is that there is about a two week window right around late March when the Riverwalk reaches it’s peak in the beauty department. Planted along the wooden breezeway is one of my favorite plants, the lady banks rose. This particular rose bush has no thorns, it considered a rambler (not a bush, but not exactly a climber either) and blooms only once every year. Although the blooming season is short, it really knows how to make a show. The beautiful plant bursts with yellow puffs of frills and the sweetest scent making the breezeway even more magical. We were thrilled when Emma and Jennings scheduled their session here and I probably talked too much about the roses, but there you have it. If you’re in Columbia in March, make sure you take a minute to stop and smell the roses :)