Brandon and Loring’s church wedding and Dairy Barn reception was the perfect event to end our 2017 wedding season with! Loring paid immaculate attention to her Client Wedding Guide as she planned their big day, so the flow of the day was smooth sailing! The church were their ceremony took place did not allow photography during the service, but the gorgeous architecture made for a beautiful backdrop for the first look and portraits. The Dairy Barn was all lit up for the Holidays, the perfect atmosphere for the fun-filled reception Brandon and Loring wanted! Everything went spectacularly and the whole day was filled with such joy, it was the most perfect wedding to wrap up the year with. Enjoy a few of our favorites from Brandon & Loring’s wedding!
10 years ago today, two very cool things happened: 1) Tim and Heather said “I Do,” and stepped forward into a future they couldn’t have possibly predicted that day! Fast forward 1 decade, 4 pregnancies, 1 miscarriage, 3 biological children, 2 adopted children and 1 knock-down battle with Lyme’s disease later, Tim and Heather have built a beautiful life and family together that stands as a testament to Christ and his love. 2) Theirs wedding was the first wedding Brian was ever hired to photograph! It was before I came into the picture, but Tim and Heather were the catalyst that launched a passion in Brian that would turn out to support our family for the first of our marriage. It only made sense that, when last we had a good snow here in Rock Hill, we met up with Heather and Tim for a itty bitty anniversary session to celebrate the commitment they made 10 years ago to one another. And I just feel like I need to put this out there: Heather had just had a baby, mere months before these photos were taken! And she got her wedding gown on herself. And looked amazing. If that doesn’t deserve a medal, I don’t know what does! Enjoy a few of our favorites from Tim and Heather’s 10th Anniversary portrait session!
Reilly and Caroline’s lovely wedding was planned around a perfect blend of tradition and fun! Their ceremony was held at Myer’s Park United Methodist Church, a church where Caroline’s family has deep roots, and where she was baptized as a baby. The opted to forego a first look and waited to see each other until their ceremony, and planned accordingly for plenty of time for photos afterwards 😉 But they also booked the Design Center Atrium in South End for their reception: an eclectic space where they carefully arranged seating and food to encourage their guests to stay on their feet dancing, eating and mingling all night long! As much as they valued tradition for their ceremony, they wanted their reception to be fun, free-flowing and the farthest thing from “stuffy!” And I’d say they nailed it. Brian and I had such a blast with them, their bridal party and their families on this day… Caroline truly studied and took to heart the education provided in the Client Wedding Guide (she was one of my first brides to receive one), and the result was a beautiful event and an even more beautiful day full of fun, family, friends and wholehearted celebration. Enjoy a few of our favorites from Reilly and Caroline’s wedding day!