We are loving these adorable images from Dana’s bridal portraits at the historic Ranson House! This venue is… *gushes* …gorgeous! The architecture, the furniture and the natural light are all the perfect ingredients for a lovely bridal portrait venue. And of course Dana is just stunning so it was a match made in heaven. We had a wonderful time capturing some fun bridal images of Dana before her wedding… which is today! March 16th 🙂 We are letting her hit the “publish” button on this blog-post herself after the ceremony, so stay tuned for the images from her and Frank’s beautiful wedding day!
For her bridal portraits, Erin had a very fun vision- she wanted to stage her bridals in an old library setting a la Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face! We looked and looked for a venue with a backdrop that would fit the bill. We were having such a hard time and it wasn’t until a week before her scheduled session that Brian and I walked into the historic Ranson House and saw…. *queue choir of angels singing* …this lovely built-in bookcase! Luckily the historic home was available for Erin’s session, so Brian and I brought a bunch of our own old books from home to stage for the kind of shots that Erin wanted! We also took advantage of the house’s beautiful staircase, tin ceilings and natural light. Enjoy a few of our favorites from Erin’s bridal session at the Ranson House!
Meet Jason and Erin! Two of the best “models” we’ve ever met 🙂 Ok so they’re not professional models, but to ask them to look like they’re madly in love with each other is like asking them to breathe or blink! They were completely at ease with each other in front of the camera which made the session really fun. We chose downtown Rock Hill as their backdrop for the vintage look of the old mills. We had Erin’s dog, Zoe, jump in a few shots, and she and Jason even brought their football jerseys to wear for a few fun photos. Enjoy a few of our favorites from Jason and Erin’s engagement session!