Aubrey and Bradleigh celebrated their wedding day at the Clemson University Extension in Columbia, South Carolina at Sandhills. This place is a true hidden gem in Columbia, featuring a few lakes, hiking trails, fields, playgrounds, and neat looking buildings. Their wedding was intimate and fun, featuring patriotic elements that represented Aubrey’s dedication to the military. There were lots of sweet emotional moments between the bride and groom with their loved ones, especially before the ceremony as letters and prayers were exchanged. Some of my favorite moments were the spotting of an alligator during portraits, and Aubrey and his mom throwing down to “Turn Down For What.” Aubrey and Bradleigh have a fun, laid back relationship and I think their wedding day truly reflected that. Enjoy!
We are so excited for Kalee & Will’s castle wedding near Charlotte, NC next year! We had such a blast meeting and hanging out with this couple at the place they got engaged. We went to beautiful Cascade Falls near Boone, NC for their engagement session. We were lucky enough to be there on a weekend in August where it actually almost felt like fall, even though it went right back up to the 90’s the next day! Despite the crowds, we were able to explore the area close to there and fell in love, and definitely put it on our list for future sessions!
We have absolutely loved getting to know Jeni & Frank better the past few months. They are just one of those couples that make you feel like instant friends. We took these photos at a friend’s of Jeni’s and it was probably the dream location. This field was located on a family farm in Pomaria, SC, just next to Lake Murray, and it was complete with tall grass, a beautiful cross, wide spaces, and hay bales. We ended the shoot with some of the freshest whole milk straight from their farm’s cows that we’ve ever had.
Wow, there are not enough words to describe the beauty of Lookout Mountain in Hendersonville, NC on Kat & Angel’s elopement day. This mountaintop site was just outside of Asheville, NC, so you really just can’t go wrong with the scenery around there. Kat & Angel celebrated their special day with their closest family and friends in an intimate elopement on a Monday in June. We are so thankful to have celebrated this day with Kat & Angel and even more thankful to call them friends. We love their story (I mean, they met salsa dancing so I’m not sure how it gets much better), and love how their relationship is a beautiful example of Jesus’ love and grace towards us. If you are considering eloping in the mountains, we say GO FOR IT (and let us join and take your photos please :) )
We are at that age where our closest friends are starting to become parents and it's one of the strangest and most amazing things I've witnessed. Kristy has been one of my best friends ever since meeting my sophomore year of college. We have countless memories of fun trips and adventures we've had (including skiing, Disney world and Harry Potter world, and a Bahamas cruise!) Sadly, her and Lance moved to Asheville way too long ago, but thankfully it's an easy drive (bonus that we love Asheville) so we still get to see them often and celebrate these milestones together. Baby Sullivan was just a week old when we went to visit and capture this in-home session. Can't wait to see them again soon!
Kat and Angel’s beautiful engagement session in Columbia, SC!Read More
Emily and Nick Tyler's wedding at Stone River, located next to the iconic Gervais St. bridge.Read More
We were blessed with the opportunity to capture the lovely wedding of Troy and Libby on Lake Murray, SC. This sweet couple has been dating for 12 years and this wedding was definitely much anticipated! The low-key, intimate ceremony reflected their carefree and laid back personalities with barefeet and minimal decorations and only family in attendance. It was so fun to see the joy that was apparent on everyone's faces as these two finally tied the knot. Troy and Libby radiated love and joy for each other and to each person in attendance of the ceremony and larger reception.