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Amy + Andrew | A Boone Hall Plantation Wedding | Charleston, SC

It seemed like no one could hold back the tears on Amy and Andrew’s wedding day!  From the moment I walked into the house where the girls were getting ready, talk of tears and not ruining freshly applied make-up was in the air.  But they were all tears of complete joy and by the time […]

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Mary-Catherine + Michael | The Bleckley Inn + St. John’s UMC Wedding

If you ever have the chance to meet Mary-Catherine (MC) or Michael, you will instantly have two new friends.  They are the type of people who don’t meet a stranger and they genuinely care about you, regardless of whether they’ve known you for years or only 5 minutes! And that quality of the two of […]

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Molly + Chris | St Matthew’s Episcopal + Indigo Hall Wedding

It was actually her maid of honor that took the blame for their wedding happening this past Saturday.  Molly met Katie at Clemson orientation, so their first night of their first semester of college, they ran into Katie’s friend from high school, Chris. They became quick friends, but it took them 2.5 years to go […]

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Colleen + Brandon | Clemson University + Madren Center Wedding

They met during college… at one of the most wonderful universities in the country, Clemson University (not that I’m biased. at.all.)!  She cheered him on from the stands as his girlfriend and when they graduated and moved to San Francisco for him to keep playing football, she continued to be his biggest cheerleader.  Although, on […]

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Tuesday or Wednesday Weddings?

It sounds a little crazy, right?  A wedding on a Tuesday?  Or a wedding on a Wednesday?? Well, when I realized that I’ve photographed a couple of weddings on Thursdays, plenty of weddings on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and just photographed my first Monday wedding in December, it only seemed to make sense that I […]

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