It’s been a while since I had headshots up on the blog. This is Bronwyn, who needed some headshots for work. Since she didn’t need much, we just did one outfit rather than two or three like I do with a normal headshot session. And I think they came out just right!
I’m really going to have to work on my posting reliability! I hope you’re all having a great summer out there. :p I’ve been enjoying mine a little too much, and letting the blog hang silent…but now I’m back, and I’m starting with Allie and Mark’s engagement session at Riverwalk Park in West Columbia.
Allie and Mark are so cute together. They were planning a wedding in another town, but wanted engagement portraits here in Columbia, so they called me. Both said they weren’t to big on getting their photos taken…but the camera loves them.
I’m so excited to share Courtney and Harry’s gorgeous Savannah wedding on the blog. This is an example of an awesome couple coming together with amazing vendors and perfect weather to create a stunning wedding. I probably overshared with photos, but can you blame me?
Bride’s dress – Tara Keely
Bride’s shoes – Christian Louboutin
Bridesmaids dresses – Monique lhuillier
Groom’s & Groomsmen attire – Hugo Boss
Hair & Makeup – Chelsea West, Willow Salon
Florals – Urban Poppy
Cake – Rumrunner’s Bakery
Reception music (DJ/band) – The Savannah Stompers
Invitations – Tusssk Design by Jehoaddan Kulakoff via Etsy
Event Planner: Simply Savannah Events
Venue: Roundhouse Railway Museum
I love shooting with the Rowells. As you can see here and here, they’re all so pretty! This shoot was mainly for Evie, and the goal was a smile. Never in my life have a had such a serious kid at a photo shoot. Not unhappy at all, just observant and serious…which is super cute on such a little face. When we finally got smiles, it was such a victory!
It’s spring, so it’s time to get some weddings up on the blog. And I like that it’s kicking off with Erin and Jason’s super sweet wedding, especially since their first look was in a field surrounded by yellow flowers. Plus, who wouldn’t want to marry Captain America?
And be sure to read the vendor details for Erin’s description of her ring!
Bride’s dress – Maggie Sottero, Noelle
Bride’s shoes – Nina (purchased at DSW)
Bridesmaids dresses – Bridesmaids chose their own dresses.
Groom’s & Groomsmen attire – Jos A. Bank
Invitations – Custom designed from Wedding Paper Divas
Ring: “Jason designed & had my ring hand-crafted from a family jeweler. It is one of a kind, custom designed. The design comes from the Celtic fisherman’s knot. Fishermen would tie this knot before leaving on a trip and leave it with their wives. The wives would leave the knots tied until their husbands returned & they could untie it together.”