This past year brought dozens of new experiences. We photographed our first Indian wedding, traveled to Italy and Greece, held our second wedding photography workshop, captured a wild Jewish Orthodox wedding, added dozens of new awards to our wall, and documented 37 beautiful weddings scattered all throughout the Southeast. It was certainly a year of new experiences, cultures, and opportunities.
Of course, boiling down roughly 100,000 photos taken this past year to just 100 wasn’t easy, but it’s necessary in order to condense all of the stories, memories, and emotion behind the photos into something that fits into a blog. This past year further amazed me of the power of photography to freeze a moment forever, and I’m honored to have had the opportunity to be the one to choose those exact moments. A huge thank you goes out to all my excellent couples who trusted us to be there to capture their weddings this past year. Without further ado, here are 100 of my favorite moments this past year:
Here’s to 2014! Thanks again to all our amazing couples! I can’t wait to see what 2015 holds!
When I first met with Tegan and her parents about their wedding I figured something was up with the date. It was December 19th, 2014. First off, December isn’t exactly prime wedding season, and why do it on a Friday? They actually had a very good reason. You see, it’s a tradition in Tegan’s family to get married precisely on December 19th. Her parents did, her grandparents did, along with several other family members, and they have all stayed together ever since. Talk about a unique tradition!
Now I’ve seen a lot of tacky Christmas weddings in my day. You know, the ones with the bright red bridesmaid dresses accented by green flowers and matching groomsmen with red vests and green ties? Don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas… but that’s not exactly my cup of tea. I’m happy to say Tegan and Mack stayed far away from that, but still incorporated the Christmas season with some very tasteful and elegant choices. After a beautiful intimate ceremony at Lutheran Church of Our Savior everyone headed downtown to the Commerce Club on the 17th floor of the One Liberty Square Building. Decked out in thousands of Christmas Lights, candles, and beautiful centerpieces it was a perfect backdrop for a night of excellent food, dancing, and plenty of great holiday cheer!
Thanks again guys!! We had a blast!
Ceremony: Lutheran Church of Our Savior
Reception: Commerce Club Greenville
Planning & Coordination: Christine Faust Events
DJ: Lifetime Entertainment
Flowers & Decor: Dahlia
Cake: Gretchens ABS
Transport: GSP Limo
I’m so excited to be announcing our 2015 wedding photography workshop here in Greenville, SC! After our last two workshops (see photos here & here) were a huge success, we have decided to offer a brand new, expanded and improved workshop for 2015. It will be limited to just 8 participants. More info below: