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!
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.
Thumbing through a sample wedding album from a few years back, I revisited a Muslim-Pakistani Wedding that was a one-of-a-kind experience for us. The colors were vibrant. The chocolate was abundant. And for all the big kids at heart, a storyteller painted love stories around a fire. All of those memories came back with 5 images.
10 Year Compilation / Images © MCG Photography / Music © Brendan James, 'Charleston'
In 2004, we landed in the City of Charleston and launched MCG Photography. From the beach to the air, plantations to cobbled streets, brides to babies, and events to art... we are grateful to have Charleston as our backdrop. Many thanks to those who have touched our lives from either in front of, or behind the camera. A special thank you to one of our favorite local musicians, Brendan James, for allowing us to add his lyrical grace to our anniversary tribute.
Late night nibbles such as sliders, grilled cheese sandwiches, fries and cookies with milk have been a crowd pleaser during receptions over the years. And food trucks make late night snacks even better. Diggity Doughnuts truck parked it’s wheels outside the Thomas Bennett House to provide sweet flavors of the couples’ choice. They were a hit!
For more information on local food trucks, please visit The Charleston Food Truck Federation.
Wedding coordinated by Premier Events.