Lia and Cameron first met over ten years ago in high school while participating in marching band. Though many knew Cameron for his bright yellow mustang, Lia saw the sweet side of Cameron and decided to ask him out. One of the things we noticed about Lia and Cameron on their engagement session was how comfortable they were with one another. Of course, when you have two people that have been clicking together for over ten years it makes sense.
Lia and Cameron, thank you for reminding us that real love is unaffected by time. Whether you’ve known someone for months or years, when it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be.
The moment Brent and I met Tiffany and Kris for their engagement session, I started looking forward to their wedding day! They are so much fun, know how to have a great time and all around wonderful people. Tiffany looked so beautiful and Kris was all smiles throughout the day. One of the special things about Tiffany and Kris’ wedding day was the location of their ceremony. They chose to get married in the same space where our studio is, The Atrium! It was really fun to grab the shot of the whole bridal party together without Tiffany and Kris seeing each other before the ceremony. What do you get when you have a sweet, fun loving couple, a beautiful venue and lots of great moments? The perfect day!
Tiffany and Kris, when we look back at your special day, we will always remember the quick-witted jokes spoken in between sincere kisses, double fists of cider while on the dance floor and the concentrated happiness shared between one another and all of your friends and family.
We would also like to thank everyone involved in Tiffany and Kris’ wedding!
Ceremony Venue: The Atrium
Reception Venue: Hotel Terrymore
Cupcakes: Gigi’s Cupcakes of Brier Creek
DJ: Craig with DJ One Touch
Florals: Julia’s Florist
Rentals: Party Suppliers
Wedding Decor: Courtesy of the bride, groom and family and friends
Catering: Hotel Terrymore
Kate and Phil’s wedding day was absolutely gorgeous! Wonderful weather, a fantastic venue, gorgeous flowers, a beautiful and tasty cake – You can’t ask for more than that!
Kate and Phil, I will always remember the way you looked at each other with so much love and how you celebrated your new marriage with so much joy. It was a fantastic day! Thanks for letting me be a part of it!
Cameron and Sutton were recently married on a gorgeous afternoon by the ocean on Kiawah Island, SC. It was great to see everyone gather from all over to meet in one spot that was special to Cameron and Sutton. Cameron’s family is quite extensive and to see all of them with their grandiose smiles and hear their warm wishes whispered in her ear, made it an honor to be a part of the moment. This wedding was extra special to me and Brent because Kiawah Island was where we spent our honeymoon a little over six years ago, and it was so amazing to go back to where our life together started. I hope Cameron and Sutton have the chance to return to the island and remember and relive the memories they created on their wedding day.
Cameron and Sutton, your entire day was full of sweet moments that I know you will always hold dear. We will always remember the gracious smiles on your face as you looked at your guests during the ceremony to say “thank you”; your fun, spontaneous dancing at the end of your first dance together; and the love and sincerity you have for one another.
We would also like to say thank you to all of those involved in making Cameron and Sutton’s day a success!
Event Design and Coordinating: Alexa Wyatt with Southern Protocol
Flowers: Charleston Stems
Rentals and Lounge Furniture: Eventworks and 428 Main
Ceremony and Reception Venue: Ocean Course Clubhouse on Kiawah Island
Catering: Ocean Course Clubhouse on Kiawah Island
Cake: Ashley Bakery
Paper: Scotti Cline Designs
I met Missy and Patrick on the beach recently to shoot their engagement session before they eloped (their wedding would take place on the beach after our session). Because life sometimes throws us curveballs, Patrick hadn’t had a chance to “officially” propose to Missy. While I was setting up another frame, we were both surprised when he dropped down on one knee and professed his adoration of Missy asking her to “officially” be his wife. All three of us had tears in our eyes!
A couple of things I will never forget about this session: the wisdom imparted by the witnesses for their wedding, who happened to be at the beach to celebrate their own 30th anniversary. The amazing sunset that was the backdrop for the ceremony. The pure joy Patrick and Missy have for each other. Missy and Patrick, you guys are inspirational and I wish you a lifetime of joy!