Michael and Virginia are not only fellow Gamecocks (David & Kristina also graduated from USC in Columbia), but Virginia and David share the same High School alma mater (J.L. Mann). We had an absolute blast photographing their wedding at The Old Cigar Warehouse in Greenville, SC. Cocky even made a surprise visit to the reception and challenged a few of the guests to a dance-off. Pretty sure Cocky won, but don’t take my word for it.
One of the most important things that must happen in order to get great photos from your wedding is a good relationship with your photographer. Andy and Carrie knew that when they were planning their wedding, and made certain that they put in the extra effort to communicate with us and be very honest about what they wanted from their experience.
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!
The Old Cigar Warehouse Wedding Venue was the perfect choice for Logan and Lindsey! We always enjoy photographing weddings at The Old Cigar Warehouse (OCW), but this time, it was extra special.
We absolutely LOVE Old Cigar Warehouse weddings! Today was no different. We lucked up with some great weather (not too hot which was awesome) for Nick and Liz’s wedding. Liz was absolutely STUNNING as a bride…I think we can all say that Nick married up 🙂 Nick not only has a great sense of adventure but a fantastic sense of humor. The Old Cigar Warehouse was a particularly special venue for him because back in the 90s, he used to climb at Rocks and Ropes, an indoor rock climbing facility housed in the exact same building before The Old Cigar Warehouse ever became a wedding venue. Here are a handful of our favorite photographs from the wedding. (more…)
We’ve enjoyed getting to know Lindsey over the past few years and were excited to hear she and Logan had gotten engaged and honored that they chose us to be their wedding photographers! Lindsey was actually an important part of our downtown studio grand opening party 3 years ago…she managed the bar provided by Liquid Catering.
The possibilities are almost endless for creative angles and framing for shooting a bridal portrait at The Old Cigar Warehouse. Here are a few favs from Kelsey’s session. Often mid/late afternoon is the best time to do an Old Cigar Warehouse bridal portrait because of the way the sunlight streams through the upper level windows. There are also some cool little archways and overhangs where you can get some really great natural light.
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.
What a great time we had ringing in the new year with Donnie and Monica! It’s kinda cool that they are both the LAST couple we photographed in 2014, and the FIRST couple we photographed in 2015. We got an early start with photographs (since it gets dark so early this time of year) and were able to get some great photographs outside at The Old Cigar Warehouse before Monica walked down the grand staircase and down the aisle to Donnie. Dinner was served by Chef 360 after the ceremony in the Cellar Room. Blake Vaughn of Jumping Jukebox kept the party going all night long and had everyone dancing into the next year. Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Parks…already been married during two years 🙂