I was lucky enough to get to take a visit of this amazing gem in Bluffon recently before a beautiful Palmetto Bluff wedding weekend. Since we arrived in town a little early we decide to take a look around and fell in love with this sweet little community and all the people in it. While I can’t quite share any of the images from that very special wedding, I thought I’d give a glimpse into what a truly lovely peace of heaven this is!
Having been married at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant just outside of Charleston, I have a soft spot for twisting oak trees and spanish moss. Taking some time to soak in the beauty of Palmetto Bluff and capturing it on film was exactly what we needed.
On a side note, this glorious village is also a pretty spectacular wedding destination! I am lucky enough to head back twice in 2015 and am already counting down the days! If you think you might like to celebrate the start of your marriage with a Palmetto Bluff wedding weekend, be sure to contact the every wonderful Ashley Rhodes (http://www.palmettobluff.com/weddings)
So excited to finally share this sweet styled session I was lucky enough to shoot for the new magazine, Trendy Bride! Trendy Bride is new to the shelves, but is doing so much right – a film-centered aesthetic, stunning inspiration and a heart for The Lord!! It was such an honor to be a part of this lovely publication, and to have shot the COVER! You can see this beautiful magazine which features some truly amazing work by other photographers as well in Barnes & Nobles across the country!
Here are some of my favorites from this beautiful shoot!
Samantha and Ben were so open and warm in how they embraced not only each other, but their families and friends who gathered on a beautiful mountaintop town in Virginia for their wedding day. The weather had forecasted for rain, but those clouds held off and gave us one of the prettiest days I’ve seen, a light breeze and sense of pure joy glided down the hills for this Virginia Mountain wedding. Wedding days like this are what they’re meant to be.