I can’t remember the last time I was more excited for a Charlotte wedding venue to open up. North Corner Haven has been around for quite some time as a family farm, but just recently they upgraded parts of the property so they can host events and weddings. This cute engagement session was this past winter, but even in the cold this place shines. If you’re getting married here, reach out! I’d love to discuss how we might work together on your wedding day!
Nicole and Clint didn’t have any major “must-haves” for their engagement session, but they do share a love for all of the breweries that Charlotte has to offer so we decided to meet for a drink and start shooting at one of their favorites, Triple C Brewing. It also gave us a good opportunity to get a few photos with their pup. After we wrapped up at Triple C we drove over to the Elizabeth area because I’d previously seen a tree in perfect bloom and thought it’d be a nice area to take in the sunset.
Kathryn and Morgan live in Raleigh and wanted to find some natural, green spaces close to downtown for their engagement session. I’d been to Dorothea Dix Park before with some friends and knew it’d provide plenty of opportunity, but when we got there I was blown away with how empty the park was in March. We shot these on a cool Spring day just before everything popped into bloom, but these two are so magnetic to one another you can’t even tell.
We’ve really been enjoying some epic February weather this week here in Charlotte, but wanted to throw it back to last month when Elizabeth & Patrick braved the chilly temps for a super sweet engagement session in uptown Charlotte at Romare Bearden Park.
This is just a very small preview of their session (I’m currently editing the rest) and few images from the next morning when Sabrina and I walked around, ate Hominy Grill for breakfast and soaked up as much sun as we could.
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Earlier this Fall, we met up with Caroline and McCaig in downtown Charleston for their engagement session. The session began downtown with a casual look that fit perfectly with all of the Charleston’s beautiful streets and colors. After we finished downtown, we jumped in our cars and set off toward Sullivan’s Island to take in the sunset.
There’s a new picture-perfect wedding venue called The Andrews Farm out in Midland, North Carolina ready for beautiful weddings and bridal shoots alike in 2020. It’s a modern, European farmhouse built on a ton of land full of woods and golden fields. We set this shoot up with some really talented vendors to help showcase the property. I’ll be out there this Fall for a small, intimate family wedding.
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