You know what’s weird? Seeing people from the local news in real life. Maybe its just me, but I think sometimes that they don’t exist outside of the TV. But they do. And it’s just… strange to see them in real life. So how does this relate to Heather and Scott’s wedding? Well they both met while working for the local Fox News channel: Fox Carolina. Heather was a producer, Scott was a videographer, and after working together for a year and a half, they hit it off. They have since moved to Virginia but still stay in touch with all the local fox news casters, including Kendra Kent, Trent Butler, and Diana Watson. So yea, I saw all of them in real life. And it was actually pretty awesome.
The day started off at Flour Field, where we met up with the guys to get some photos where the Greenville Drive plays every year. After that we headed to the gorgeous St. James Episcopal Church that overlooks Greenville for their wedding ceremony and followed it up with their wedding reception at the beautiful Commerce Club in Downtown Greenville, SC. Check it out:
Thanks so much for having us heather and scott! You guys are perfect for each other and we wish you both the best!
A big thanks to all the vendors who made this day excellent!
Groomsmen Photos: Flour Field
Church: St. James Episcopal Church
Reception: Commerce Club
Flowers: Kaye Green
Dress/Tux: Dimetra Designs
DJ: Sam Brooks w/ Pros Only
Video: Adrian Acosta
Hair/Makeup: Wilson’s on Washington
Tom and Jillian are those kind of people that like to have a little more fun than your average human being. They aren’t afraid to do something new and exciting. Like moving to Arizona. Or like having your wedding in Cabo San Lucas. Obviously these guys have fun where ever they go.
We met up in Downtown Greenville on Saturday morning, before all the craziness of Fall For Greenville unfolded. It’s been awhile since I’ve shot an engagement session where it was actually kind of chilly out, and I missed it. It gives a great excuse to cuddle up with the person you love the most.
Thanks again for having me guys!
One of my favorite things about documenting weddings is the sheer variety I get from weekend to weekend. Last weekend I’m on a boat on Lake Murray, a few weekends ago I’m on the beach in the Dominican Republic, and then there are weddings here locally. And while getting to travel is definitely a blast, sometimes those close to home weddings are some of the best.
Raechel and Miles definitely had one of those unforgettable weddings this past weekend. They held their wedding just a few miles down the road from my home studio, at Timberock Farm in Simpsonville, SC. Ok, so formally its the Timberock at Hopkins Farm. Either way you say it though, Raechel and Miles had an awesome wedding. From the beautiful ceremony, to the emotional daddy/daughter dance, to the outrageous party that unfolded after, it was definitely one I won’t forget. Check it out:
Thanks so much guys! Vendors:
Venue: Timberock at Hopkins Farm
Catering: Street Side Catering
Dress: Dimitra Designs
Planner: Barbara Jones
DJ: Rick Larson w/ Pros Only
Officiant: Nancy Neal
Hair: Cotton Rouge
Harpist: Sarah Northrop
It was Tuesday when I got the call. “Hey Josh!! I’ve decided I want to get married on Thursday! Please tell me your open!!” Woooahhhh hold on there a second. “This Thursday?” I said back, making sure this wasn’t a prank call. “Yes! We are going to elope at the Spartanburg Courthouse! Can you meet us there!!” The enthusiasm in her voice was too strong to deny. This was for real.
I met Jenna and Alex on an absolutely gorgeous fall day, just a couple days after that call. Jenna was in a beautiful gray dress, with a simple bouquet and Alex looked great in his suit. As we wandered around downtown taking photos, they couldn’t help but smile, knowing that in just a few minutes it was their time to head into the courthouse to forever bond themselves together. After one of the most intimate (Judge, Alex, Jenna, and me) and quick ceremonies I’ve ever been apart, they walked out of the courthouse that day, marriage license in hand, ready to spend the rest of their lives together. This is their story:
Thanks again for having me guys! It was an absolute blast, and really opened my eyes to just how simple life can be if you let it!