If the Dew Zoo doesn’t put you in a good mood, I don’t know what will. Love these guys!
And one more “behind-the-scenes” shots…
Y’all. Issue 6 of Smitten Magazine is about to debut and I can’t wait. I have a little inside scoop on what’s going to be in there and it’s pretty much 1000% awesome.
So before issue 6 hits the digital shelf, I wanted to show you one more article from this current issue that I photographed. We have all been in the pickle of “what do I buy” for the bridesmaids, mothers and friends in our lives. Well, the fabulous ladies of Elizabeth Stuart Designs offered up their expert advice on a few fab finds under fifty dollars. See more here!
Well if this little bundle of love doesn’t make your heart melt, I don’t know what will. I absolutely love this little cutie-patootie and her design inspired nursery. Her mama does not make her living as an interior designer, but I think she should. Also, every child’s room should have a “poof”. They are awesome for photos!
I can’t stop falling for this little girl!
I love this photo. It’s just a quick-y iPhone snap that I took one day after lunch at one of our regular stops, La Hacienda. We call this “cheap Mexican” as you can eat there for less than what it’d cost you to go to the grocery store.
Anyway, I love Seamus’ outfit with his jean jacket and Carhart overalls and all. It just makes me smile.
You know what’s better than having one wedding reception, it’s having two of them! Sarah and Kelley were married a few weeks ago in New Orleans and based on the photos I saw, it looked like they had a really good time! But why stop there? They wanted to bring their party to Charleston to be able to celebrate with all of their friends here as well, so they had a second reception at the Creek Club at I’on. fortunately for them, our Spring this year started in January, so it was a perfect evening for guests to watch the sun set from the veranda of the Creek Club.
We were lucky enough to have a little bit of sunlight for portraits before the festivities began. Kelly Kicklighter of And Somehting Blue did the coordination, design and flowers for their event. Jacob’s Kitchen catered and Uneek Flavr provided the jams. I had fun seeing a former bride and groom who’s wedding I’d photographed and getting back into the wedding spirit after having a few weekends off.
After lots of dancing a tearing up the dance floor, They left into the night under a thousand bubbles and hopped into a black cab. Congratulations you two!!!
I know that the Spring and Fall are the most popular seasons, at least in Charleston, to get married. But, look at this amazing stole Sarah wore! That’s enough reason to get married in January that you need!
This is one of my favorites of Kelley’s son.
Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Mayhew!
We all know the rhyme… Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. It’s a fun little superstition to help ensure your wedding goes off with out a hitch. Or maybe that should be with a hitch, I mean you are getting hitched.
But there’s a pretty common and not much talked about deflation that comes after the big wedding day for lots of gals and even their moms. After months, years of planning a dream wedding, suddenly it’s over. If you feel like that’s happened to you, you should definitely read Tara Mills’ article in the latest issue of Smitten Magazine, “Your Something Blue Maybe You”. As a couples therapist, she has some excellent advice on how to handle these blues. You may also learn more about her services at ForGoodLoving.com.