Kaitlin and Trevor got married on Sunday night so I finally get to show off these awesome bridal portraits we did a few weeks ago. We stopped at a couple neat locations on the way to Charleston where we spent some time walking around just shooting everywhere. Wedding photos coming soon. Kaitlin’s mom and sister were a great help and we had a lot of fun.
I met Raighan and her mom at the January Wedding Expo and adored them both right away. I have had the best time working with them for the engagement session, bridal session and then the big wedding at Hidden Acres Cabins. We did the bridal shoot at the amazing Sunnyside House in Murrells Inlet, SC. The wedding was shabby chic and Raighan’s mom, Angela, busted her butt with sooooo many amazing details, I think she is still sleeping three days later to catch up. Raighan and Liston are a great couple with such wonderful family and friends. Here are my favorites from Raighan’s bridal session followed by their big day.
Finally I get to post these awesome Bridal portraits of Meredith. Her and Jason tied the knot this weekend and one of my favorite photographers, Taken By Sarah, and her husband Ben shot it.
I had the pleasure of shooting a styled photo shoot with some great vendors recently at the Cooper House In Socastee, South Carolina. Kelly from Gigi Noelle and Denise from the Greenskeeper Florist in Pawleys Island came up with this look for Spring and I was there to capture it. I had a great time and enjoyed working with Cupcakes By Cravingley’s, ate some great food from Creative Catering and loved the hair on the girls done by Salon & Spa 18. And did I mention our daughter is the Junior Bridesmaid?
I finally get to post these photos of Leigh Ann that I have been keeping a secret for way too long. I drove out to Florence and fell in love with the setting all around The Columns as soon as I pulled in the long, tree lined, driveway.
I spent the slow time this winter coming up with new products, new albums sizes and new packaging to really bring my business up a notch. Photos to come of my new packaging but for now here is the new 5×7 handout I will be sharing with potential clients. And if you found this blog first, be sure to check out our new site. http://www.middlechildphotography.com/index2.php#!/HOME
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Today I woke up at 5am, packed the car and drove in the dark into Conway to W.A.R.M. which stands for the Waccamaw Animal Rescue Mission. There I was met by Julie, the director who thought we were all a bit nuts for doing this. Julie has such an amazing passion for all the animals that she rescues and was a total pleasure to hang out with for the morning. Joining me and styling the shoot was Sara Wise, an event planner with The Bride’s Maid. Summer, our crazy bride came ready to get dirty. Crazy is the best way to describe Summer since I can’t say that I would have done half the stuff she did for this shoot. Besides the fact that it was in the low thirties, she rolled around in a swamp with freezing cold (not so clean) water. We had a lot planned for the pigs but they weren’t very social so it seemed like the Alpaca’s and goats were out best friends for the day. A big thanks to Reilly and Tyler from the Academy for the Arts, Science and Technology who got up extrememly early on a Saturday to help out. They were the beast goat repellers and lighting experts. Our little Tea Party with the animals wouldn’t have been so colorful and deliscious if it weren’t for the yummy cupcakes from The Pawleys Island Bakery and the Beautiful flowers from the Greenskeeper Florist of Pawleys Island. Thank you everyone for all the teamwork and FUN!
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