I think these two had the most unique wedding experience amongst flamingoes, sea turtles and tropical fish- at Riverbanks Zoo! Tanya and her girls started the day off in the suite at the Inn at USC. I love this Inn for the beautiful windows and old charm it has! Lina was the most adorable flower…

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Oh little Greyson- you made me laugh so much!! Mainly because of what you did to my bright, white, fabric (hahahaha!). Thanks for being such a perfect little model- welcome to the world sweet boy!!!!

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Ashley and Colton were married at Rock Bottom Pond in Ridgeway, SC.  Although the weather didn’t allow them to have their ceremony outdoors, as planned, they still had a beautiful view! These two were surrounded by wonderful friends and family all day that celebrated with them, rain or shine.   The large, rustic house provided…

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I kinda didn’t think this session was going to happen this day, since I drove almost the whole way to it in during rain and dark skies! But the  weather cleared for us just in time and was actually quite nice! James and Jessica met me at Stone Bridge Gardens in Columbia, where they will…

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I adored the family ties and history in this Hartsville, SC bridal session. The church that we shot the majority of these in, was the same church that Parker Ann’s Grandmother was married in. We even kind of re-created a picture that she had of her Grandmother in this church.

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