George and Jennifer chose a private residence on Hartwell Lake for their wedding ceremony and reception.
I’m sure Kirk and Stephanie’s friends and family will be talking about their wedding day for years to come! Everything was just perfect. From the beautifully written love letters they wrote for each other to read before walking down the aisle to 1939 Lincoln Zephyr getaway car to the high energy band, Party On The Moon, it was a night most of us will never forget.
People travel from all over the country (and world for that matter) to get married at the Cliffs Glassy Mountain Chapel…of course because its so beautiful.
What an absolute pleasure it was to photograph Craig and Aubrey’s wedding at Easley First Baptist and their Greenbrier Farms wedding reception. Beautiful inside and out, this couple displays such an incredible love for God, each other, and their families.
Check out this beautiful Furman Wedding! We’re so happy for our good friends, Robert and Jessica who tied the knot at Daniel Chapel at Furman University. They had their wedding reception at Green Valley Country Club.
Alexus and Allison are twin sisters who just happened to get engaged one day apart. Since their engagements were so close together, they decided to have a double wedding so that all of their friends and family could attend their special day. This was the first double wedding for David and Kristina Photography, and we were so excited they choose us to capture their special day!
We were fortunate enough to photograph Garrett and Sara’s wedding at Greenbrier Farms in Easley…what an incredible wedding venue!
We were so excited to be back at Twigs Tempietto for Joe and Katelyn’s gorgeous garden wedding! Katelyn is super creative so there were so many “details” everywhere.
June 1 was a special date for Jessica and Zane, and when they asked us to photograph their Mardi Gras themed wedding – on a Wednesday – we were more than excited to say yes! Both their wedding ceremony and reception were held at the Old Cigar Warehouse in Greenville’s West End.
Kevin and Caitlin hosted family and friends from all across the country to celebrate their wedding at Christ Church Episcopal. When their guests entered the reception, they had the opportunity to fill out a fun little survey to indicate a few personal details as well as a map of the United States to mark the geographical location from which they traveled to attend the wedding. A couple of noteworthy DIY details are the bridal gown made by Caitlin’s mother, and the cake designed by Kevin’s sister. Sure is nice to have a talented family!