Emily and Dan’s Wild Dunes wedding was all about starfish and the colors turquoise and lime green. The theme was inspired and expanded from the Starfish wedding invitation Emily used. JW Weddings and Events made sure to bring everything together throughout the day. I also loved Emily’s tea length dress, it was a perfect dress to for the day. Congrats guys!
Amber and Chad chose Wild Dunes for their destination wedding because they love the wildlife, flowers, and scenery that the beach possess. OK Florist did a great job designing the event. We had a great time getting to know them, and wish them lots of happiness in the years to come! Amber and Chad were also featured on A Lowcountry Wedding and you can check that out here!
Amy and Sean wanted their wedding to be on the sand at the beach, and the rain wasn’t go to stop them from doing just that.
We had the pleasure of photographing Rebekah and Korey’s military ceremony at Summerall Chapel. This was a happy first for the studio in that, while Korey is a distinguished Marine, he is not an alumni of the Citadel — but Rebekah is attending Grad school there. Summerall is of course one of our very favorite church settings in Charleston for photography, and the Citadel Beach House is one of the nicest (and well lit) venues that provide for both a beach reception and a large, in-door reception hall.
This classic couple was surrounded so many happy friends and family. You could tell that their parents were so proud. I love being around that sort of thing.
Stay tuned for the Full album to be posted later this week!
The clouds on this rainy weekend parted long enough for Duffy’s wedding on the Beach to turn out just as they were praying for (and they prayed a lot!). Duffy Pew married Christopher Crapps (yes, it was the Pew-Crapps wedding, and they’ve heard every joke possible on the subject, so leave it alone) on October 11, 2008 on beautiful Hilton Head Island Beach at the Marriotte Resort and Spa.
You can view Chris and Duffy’s full wedding album design: Click Here