Las year at about the same time I meat up with these two to photograph their amazing engagement session in Park City. I had been looking forward ever since to photographing their bridal session. Their wedding is in Montana so we knew we wanted a beautiful green mountain look not only to mesh well with the engagement session, but with the wedding day as well. I love the Alpine Loop in Utah and all that it has to offer for photographs. The Tibble Fork Reservoir has become very popular since the time I first started photographing couples there. It can be a veritable zoo of photographers capturing families, and couples, or just landscapes. Besides that negative it is still one of the most beautiful spots in Utah. I love the bright green color of the reservoir and the golden light that seeps through the beautiful pine trees. It can be challenging at times not wanting to photograph all of the beauty around and just concentrating on telling the story of the spot. Of course the main story being told there is that of Lena and Keir and this amazing time in their lives. They really are the perfect couple. They compliment each other so well. I love spending time with them and getting to know them better and who they are both as individuals and together. I loved the setting and Lena & Keir looked so beautiful in it. As a photographer I get to travel to some pretty amazing places photographing couples. Utah offers some of those beautiful places in spades. I can’t wait to photograph they wedding in Montana soon!
Photographing Lauren & Tylers wedding elopement at Middleton Place in Charleston South Carolina was an absolutely amazing experience! Middleton Place has been a venue for weddings for over 250 years. Hundreds of southern live oaks draped in Spanish moss, and the oldest gardens in the United States make for a stunning wedding venue that is overflowing with Southern charm . A grand house built in 1755, terraced lawns and blooming color, all combine to provide a location of exceptional beauty and elegance. For an intimate gathering or a grand affair, Middleton Place can create the perfect event. The beautiful Middleton Oak, which is estimated to be more than 900 years old, and with the Ashley River in the background, the natural beauty of the ancient oak contrasts with the manicured gardens to offer a site of uncommon magnificence.
I loved walking the perfectly manicured grounds for this amazing elopement session. The history and charm of this place were absolutely palpable. Lauren and Tyler made the trip down from Boston where they both live. It was a warm afternoon but the breeze off the ashley river and a thunderstorm looming in the distance made for a stunning evening of photo taking. There is no shortage of absolutely mind blowing locations around Middleton Place. Lauren and Tyler wanted a venue that really spoke not only to their love of all things southern, but also their love affair with european architecture. There really could not have been a more perfect spot for them. Im so glad I was able to meet up with them in Charleston to photograph their wedding elopement!