5 Amazing Venues for your Intimate South Carolina Wedding!

If you still can’t figure out where would be great place to say I do, here is a good place to start! Let’s keep this one sweet and simple shall we? The Red Horse Inn Nestled between the beautiful mountains in Landrum, SC, The Red Horse Inn, is a great venue for your intimate, weddingContinue reading “5 Amazing Venues for your Intimate South Carolina Wedding!”

How to prepare for your engagement make-over session!

So you’re ready to take your engagement photos. It will be fun, exhilarating and you will be drop dead gorgeous, but these steps at minimum must be followed to ensure a successful photo session for you and your beau… Get lots of sleep the night before! Not a necessity but it totally helps Select appropriateContinue reading “How to prepare for your engagement make-over session!”

Full service engagement shoot: Taylors Mill

What if in addition to having great photos, you can have the opportunity to get all dolled up for a night out with your beau? ( after all why waste all that perfectly good make-up and hairstyle on just photos!) If you are not into doing a themed shoot or being formal for your pictures,Continue reading “Full service engagement shoot: Taylors Mill”

How to Have fun at your wedding

Step 1: Have a casual rehearsal dinner! Fancy rehearsal dinners are great, however, if your college friends and roommates will be there, they might want something a little more casual to relive those college (or high school days). Even grandpa can have fun watching you younglings make absolute fools of yourselves 🙂   Step 2: GiveContinue reading “How to Have fun at your wedding”

Intimate Fall wedding: The Hubbell Homestead, Bennington, Vermont

Vermont Wedding photos A wedding does not need to be elaborate to be exquisite! With less than 20 guests, this couple had the most perfect afternoon affair, filled with great wine, food and a bonfire! Feast your eyes please on these Vermont Wedding photos. See how this couple accomplished it then read on for someContinue reading “Intimate Fall wedding: The Hubbell Homestead, Bennington, Vermont”

Spring Wedding: Three Pines View lodge, Salem, SC

Spring Wedding My favorite season of all time in the South is Spring!! Glorious glorious Spring! So what does it take to pull off a spring wedding? Let these images help you with great ideas while you plan your own affair. The Three Pines View  Lodge in Salem , SC is a unique gem nestledContinue reading “Spring Wedding: Three Pines View lodge, Salem, SC”

Why preserve your wedding photos!

I grew up in rays of sunshine, a stones throw from the ocean in Jamaica. Whatever “tikka tiki” fish we caught would be cooked in the backyard on a make shift coal stove. I remember drinking mannish water ( goat soup) after they slaughtered “Sheba” (yes we named our food) in the back yard. GrandpaContinue reading “Why preserve your wedding photos!”

An anniversary shoot: small, sweet and simple!

It’s true that after many years of marriage it would be easy to take each other for granted. So what’s the antidote?  Sometimes it’s the simple, sweet and thoughtful things that truly count!  Here is a mini anniversary styled shoot to give you a few ideas. Follow this lovely couple who recently celebrated their 12thContinue reading “An anniversary shoot: small, sweet and simple!”

Benefits of a tent wedding

There are numerous advantages to opt for a tent wedding. First of foremost, from our own experience, had  we opted for a tent, we wouldn’t have had to rush all our guest inside the barn when our outdoor ceremony was rained on ( Weill I guess I could have been on time too, that mayContinue reading “Benefits of a tent wedding”

Windows, doors and light

We use natural light..mostly, except for the rare circumstance where it’s just not enough. Natural light is beautiful, and when diffused or shot through glass i.e. windows and doors, it can lend to very artistic, flattering and soft images. Here are a few examples: Getting Ready: It is important when you choose a location forContinue reading “Windows, doors and light”