Arranging images is an art in storytelling. Each blog reframes our images in a way that creates highlights, new direction and different flow. Thank you to A Lowcountry Wedding for another awesome post!
Kiawah is a hot spot for extended family gatherings which means portraits, portraits and more portraits for us. We have photographed all over the Island depending on clients' location and preferences. The beach is usually a given, but we like to stop and get a few other perspectives along the way. We offer guidance on selecting a clothing that is flattering and still reflects you. The littlest girl took the 'still reflects you' to heart and opted to where her dress backwards. She wore it so confidently, I just assumed she was fashion forward.
Happy Dance! Opening A Lowcountry Wedding magazine and finding Ali and Ian's weekend celebration highlighted is a fabulous feeling. The magazine and blog have an abundance of lovely inspiration and we are honored to be included. Engaging Events outdid themselves with seamless planning, florals and decor.
While scrolling through earlier blogpost on the Wedding Row, I came across our beauty of a wedding from 2009. The kindness, vibrant colors, culture and abundance of chocolate still grab me. My favorite element that we have yet to see or hear again was storyteller, Tim Lowry. He told love stories around a fire.