Posts Tagged 'Charlotte Bridal Photographer'
Jennifer’s bridal portraits at the lovely Duke Mansion turned out absolutely gorgeous. Cali Stott from Cali Stott Artistry did an amazing job on Jennifer’s H&MU and this location is absolutely perfect for portraits. Enjoy this beautiful bride. read more
This past Saturday was the beginning of our wedding season and I could have asked for a better couple to start with than Holly and David. These two are truly the salt of the earth and their wedding was so genuine and beautiful. Check out my Instagram for a few sneak peeks from their day.
Kathryn’s natural beauty glowed throughout her bridal portrait session. I love everything about her delicate look, these are some of my favorite bridals. read more
Today is the day I have determined to catch up on blogging! I get behind during busy season every year and I told myself that wouldn’t happen this year. Well, it did. But (hopefully) starting this week you will see at least one per week coming out or maybe even more (wishful thinking!). There is so much pretty to share from 2016 and I can’t wait to have it all posted for everyone to see. read more
Bridal portraits are one of my favorite things to shoot and Grace’s bridal is at the top of the list. We shot at The Vanlandingham Estate which is the sister venue to where Clinton & Grace got married, The Morehead Inn. I love everything about Grace’s style, she truly exemplifies her name is these images. I can’t wait to share her and Clinton’s Wedding soon.
Stephanie’s bridal portrait session was so fun. Besides the fact that I love this girl and her family (I could really hang out with them all the time), our location was wonderful. Growing up and being from North Carolina, I had been to Old Salem a few times on field trips. When Stephanie threw it out there as a possible location I jumped at the chance remembering how cool it was to visit. This Old Town within a town has so many nooks and crannies and is completely ideal for a photo shoot of any kind. It was practically empty and we had a wonderful time just rooming around and making beautiful images.
Enjoy this beautiful girl in this beautiful place.
Lauren’s bridal portrait session was so fun. I literally shot almost as many images as I shoot on a wedding day. We chose The Dairy Barn as our location and shot inside the barn for the first bit of this session. These images below are not my typical style of photography with harder light but I love how these portraits of her turned out. Lauren is the sweetest and is so down to earth and I think that comes across in these images so clearly. Can’t wait to share her and Colin’s wedding in the coming weeks. Enjoy!
As I mentioned in the last post, after Thomas and Hilary’s wedding we got the opportunity to take them Uptown for some night shots. I am so thrilled with how these images turned out! Thomas & Hilary, thank you so much for the joy of working with you, you guys are the best!