We love photographing weddings at the Fearrington House and it was a great backdrop for a wedding like Amelia and Jeff’s. Jeff is a fireman, so it was only appropriate that the couple arrived in a vintage fire truck. Their wedding included lots of special touches, such as favors that were handmade by the groom’s sister and personal photos displayed along the entrance of the barn. Bryan and I had so much fun photographing their big day!
We had a great time photographing Amelia and Jeff’s wedding ceremony at the University Presbyterian Church, which is located on Franklin St. After the service, we spent some time in the church’s little courtyard with the happy couple. We got so many great shots! I had a hard time picking which ones to share with you.
A month before her wedding, we photographed Paula’s Bridal Portrait at Rose Hill Conference Center. She loved the pictures, and we’ve been itching to post some of them, but had to wait for the big dress reveal at the ceremony. Here’s some of our favorites.
Paula and Bunn’s wedding is coming up in May so I thought I’d share with you some pictures from their engagement portrait session. Rose Hill plantation was a perfect place to do the shoot since it is owned by Bunn’s family and their reception will take place there. They brought along their dog and we had a great time.
We had a wonderful time at the Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham with the Wallace family. It was a lovely spring afternoon and the Gardens were a bit crowded with folks enjoying the nice weather. We were still able to find some good spots for pictures and got some great shots of Mom, Dad, the kids, and Grandma!
It feels like it was just yesterday that I photographed their wedding, but since 2007 their family sure has grown! Having just recently adding a second child (a boy!) to the family, Dan and Jennifer wanted to capture this time in their growing families history. They asked us to come spend a few hours at their home for an “A Day In The Life” session.
Traci interned with us a few years ago and has assisted me on a few weddings. When we found out she was getting married, we were more than happy to photograph her bridal portrait. Her family’s farm was a perfect backdrop for her portrait. It was a very chilly day and it even started snowing toward the end of the shoot. We ended the session with a quick ten minutes in the snow which produced some great pictures.
We photographed the engagement portrait of my sister and her fiancé at our Grandparent’s old barn in Belews Creek, NC. They were visiting from Iowa and we had a blast photographing them. Bryan will be photographing their wedding next year (since I’ll be in it :).) Looking forward to their wedding in May 2012!