September 24, 2014
The thing with shooting weddings is, I learn something new about my couples, weddings, and myself at every wedding I photograph. It’s that constant learning that makes me tick and keeps me truly excited to get out of bed in the morning. Ashley + Terence’s wedding taught me that weddings are so much more than over-the-top florals, decor, and meaningless traditions. Their wedding was understated, if not a bit unconventional… AND I LOVED IT!!!
Timeless, classic, Southern charm. Those are the words that come to mind when I reflect on Ashley + Terence’s wedding day. From Ashley’s simple calla lily bouquet, to her elegant Badgley Mischka gown, to their timeless black + white color palette, black bowties, and Terence’s dapper white dinner jacket… everything was so classic and perfectly “them”! They pulled out a few surprises for each other and their guests – from the gospel choir singing “Seasons of Love” (a nod to Ashley’s love for the musical RENT) from the balcony of the church during their ceremony, to the horse drawn carriage departure from the church, to a surprise First Dance later in the night… they proved that your wedding day doesn’t have to follow the traditional route. You can make it your own and make it meaningful… and oh-so memorable. Ashley + Terence’s wedding day was one I am absolutely honored to have been a part of and here are some of my favorites from their day…
Wedding Photography: Dana Cubbage Weddings | Planning + Coordination: Charming Events of Charleston | Ceremony Venue: French Huguenot Church | Reception Venue: No. 5 Faber | Floral Design: Carolina Floral Creations | Cake: Village Bakery | Wedding Dress: Badgley Mischka | Hair + Makeup: Lashes and Lace | Bride’s Shoes: Kate Spade | Bridesmaid’s Dresses: J.Crew | Bride’s Jewelry: Nadri earrings + J.Crew bracelet | Band: Still Cruzin’ | Men’s Suits: Brooks Brothers | Invitations: Press. Letterpress + Stationery | Catering: Cru Catering | Videography: TMI Productions
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